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Listen: Eleven-year-old Gaza musician plays qanun

Firas al-Shirafi was admitted to the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music when he was five.

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I was “part of a terror organization,” says Israeli pilot turned activist

Israel’s policy of “targeted assassinations” prompted Yonatan Shapira to ask why he was serving in its military.

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“We’re being stripped of our dignity”: Gaza workers not paid for seven months

Why is Mahmoud Abbas making trips to Paris when his own people are struggling to cope?

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Gaza struggles to cope with siege and storms

People in Gaza have only six hours of electricity per day.

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Why Israel will never control Palestinian minds

A new book describes how Israel tries — and fails — to quell resistance.

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Gaza struggles with lack of shelter caused by two Israeli wars

The summer attack has added to the unresolved crisis caused by “Operation Cast Lead” six years ago.

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Leila Khaled South Africa fundraising speaking tour

This February support BDS South Africa and dine with the remarkable living legend, Leila Khaled. Khaled has been dubbed “the poster girl of the Palestinian struggle”. For up to date information, please follow BDS SA on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bdssouthafrica Leila Khaled’s image flashed across the world after she hijacked a passenger jet in 1969 and made world history by becoming the first ...

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Prisoner from Gaza barred from seeing son for nine years

Emad Saftawi had been shot in the head by an Israeli prison guard.

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“Liberation for all”: Why Palestine is a key issue on the streets of Ferguson

Mutual solidarity has grown since Michael Brown’s slaying on 9 August.
 

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How Gaza families were given just ten minutes’ warning of Israeli attacks

Israel continues to hinder independent investigations into possible war crimes.

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