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At 70, Israel is a bellicose regional giant

Revival of national consciousness shows the cause of Palestine has never died.

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Stories of the catastrophe: Exile

An aging generation of Palestinians still remember the Nakba. Here are some of their stories.

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Stories of the catastrophe: Palestine

An aging generation of Palestinians still remember the Nakba. Here are some of their stories.

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Palestinians protest opening of US embassy in Jerusalem

Israel massacres dozens of Palestinians in Gaza as it celebrates embassy move.

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“Horrific, unprecedented”: Israel massacres almost 60 Palestinians in Gaza

Historians, writers examine the prospects of Palestinian refugees’ return to their lands and homes.

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Still refugees, wherever we are

Ours is a state of temporariness and a longing for the security.

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The future of the Nakba

On its 70th anniversary, Israel is right to worry that it may not reach 100.

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How Britain enabled the ethnic cleansing of Palestine

Commander of British troops in Haifa left Palestinians with no option than to flee.

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Shout loud and celebrate Palestine’s culture

A week-long festival of Palestinian theater, dance and film is being held in London.

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Europe’s air forces help celebrate Israel’s destruction of Palestine

Grotesque display of complicity underscores urgent need for global mobilization against Israeli apartheid.

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