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“Always on my mind”

The pain of people displaced by Zionist forces in 1948 remains vivid 70 years later.

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Painting a false picture

Reporting on Palestine circumscribed by editorial framing narratives.

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UAE, Tunisia lose judo events for refusing to fly Israeli flag

Saudi network Al Arabiya airs documentary promoting Zionist slant on history.

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Israel passes law entrenching apartheid

Jewish “nation-state” law a public relations disaster for efforts to market Israel as democratic.

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Activists disrupt Israeli ambassador in Chicago

Arabs denied entry to Ron Dermer’s event.

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Finding the truth amid Israel’s lies

By unpacking Israeli books, we can learn a great deal about the expulsion of Palestinians in 1948.

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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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