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A guide to dialoguing with Palestinians

How are Palestinians supposed to speak with their gullets compressed by the gun butts of the Israeli army?

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Israel’s sea blockade of Gaza motivated by gas finds

While blocking Palestinians from exploiting gas reserves, Israel enjoys offshore windfall.

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European tourists staying away from Israel in droves

Record of war crimes, occupation and apartheid makes Israel a tough sell as a carefree tourist destination.

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UK keeps quiet on Israeli officer’s detention

Israeli soldier reportedly detained over war crimes allegation.

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Israeli restrictions destroying Gaza’s furniture industry

Israel bans import of wood, carpentry tools and paint.

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“Solidarity tax” imposed by Hamas forces rise in Gaza’s grocery prices

Prices of basic goods spike by ten percent.

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The Nakba: A Day to Remember

67 years ago, 15 May 1948, more than 700 000 Palestinians were forcibly removed and expelled from their homeland to pave the way for a Jewish State. Rape, pillage, slaughter were methods the Zionists used to drive Palestinians to flee for safety. Those that remained behind suffered and their progeny continues to suffer to this day. The erasure of Palestine and ...

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In Gaza, the Nakba is ongoing and you can help us end it

Palestinian civil society in Gaza urges escalation of international activisim to hold Israel accountable for its “criminal behavior.”

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Forced to leave grapes on the vine: the open wounds of May 1948

A new book tells the history of an ethnically cleansed Palestinian village.

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Why was Palestinian suffering forgotten on Holocaust Remembrance Day?

I cannot remain silent while Jewish leaders turn the lessons of Nazi genocide upside down.

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