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A look back in anger

The first intifada empowered Palestinians; its lessons must be remembered.

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The Balfour Declaration’s many questions

Britain saw Zionism as a weapon against communism.

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Why the occupation is no accident

Israeli plans for West Bank settlements began as early as 1963, according to historian Ilan Pappe.

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How imperial Britain promoted religion to stymie Palestinian nationalism

England feared its policies in the Holy Land would provoke political unrest among Muslims in India.

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A time capsule for a harrowing past

Book by Syrian filmmaker recalls Palestinian refugee camp shortly before infamous massacre.

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The shock of defeat in 1967

International indifference has abetted Israeli occupation until today.

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Israel’s occupation was a plan fulfilled

After 50 years of occupation of the West Bank and Gaza, there's no excuse not to recognize the truth.

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The 50-year setback

Palestinians in Gaza recall the 1967 War and occupation.

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Memories of Nakba from those who survived it

The massacres of 1948 did not end, a valuable new collection of essays makes clear.

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How Zionist terrorism determined Palestine’s fate

Groundbreaking study shows how terror was crucial to creation of Israel.

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