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How Labour Friends of Israel tried to undermine Jeremy Corbyn

UK election result a setback for Israel’s influence campaign.

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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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Refugee return to Palestine is practical as well as just

New infographic shows large majority of Palestinian towns and cities destroyed by Israel are still vacant.

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Upholding our rights, resisting the ongoing Nakba

Israel's iron walls cannot suppress the rising sun of Palestinian emancipation.

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Rapping amid Palestine’s ruins

Tamer Nafar from hip-hop group DAM stars in new film *Junction 48*.

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Is Bernie Sanders open to a one-state solution?

Democratic Party battle over Israel is far from over.

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How Israel used a Dutchman’s bravery to cover up its crimes

Son of Dutch resistance fighter protests at how a forest honoring his father has been planted over an ethnically cleansed Palestinian village.

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Mapping the Palestinian struggle

Historian-turned-memoirist Salman Abu Sitta gives unique account of the Nakba as a Bedouin Palestinian.

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Right of return is the heart of Palestine’s struggle

Solidarity that focuses only on West Bank and Gaza is a score for Israeli propaganda.

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Painting in a refugee camp, dreaming of the sea

A series of canvases by Alaa Albaba symbolize refugees as fish.

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