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The suffocating lionesses of Gaza

Gaza-born twins’ debut feature film has an almost entirely female cast.

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Israel compiled “long file” on journalist it deported

Martin Lejeune has been denied entry by a press office which claims to respect media freedom. 

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Israeli forces shoot to kill, deny first aid

Palestinian death toll soars as rights group decries “excessive and unwarranted” use of lethal force.

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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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We cannot liberate Palestine with colonized minds

The Oslo accords have reinforced Israel’s apartheid system.

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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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Why is the Palestinian Authority arresting trade union leaders?

Striking workers have been threatened with loss of pay by the Palestinian Authority.

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Germany made Palestinians “indirect victims of Holocaust,” says author Max Blumenthal

Reparations paid to Israel after the Second World War helped bolster the occupation.

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What would happen if Palestine joined the International Criminal Court?

Palestine would be an unprecedented political and legal challenge to the court but there’s no shortage of evidence of Israeli crimes.

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