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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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Retracing Jaffa’s erased Palestinian history

Today gentrification is the means by which the city's original inhabitants are pushed out.

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Ethnic cleansing is an everyday reality

Palestinians gather in the Naqab to resist Israel's divide and rule tactics.

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Reebok cancels sneaker celebrating Israel’s “independence”

The sportswear maker confirmed that its Israel distributor “has withdrawn its plans to auction off this shoe.”

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Reebok tramples on Palestinians with “Israel 68” sneaker

Firm owned by Germany’s Adidas Group is helping Israel whitewash dispossession of Palestinians.

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From Palestine to Honduras, every day is Land Day

Our struggles are inseparable from the struggle against capitalism and imperialism.

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Words of Palestine’s national poet on San Francisco buses

Group running ads featuring Mahmoud Darwish’s poems has faced censorship in the past.

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Preserving memory amid a war that still rages

Recently deceased writer Salman Natour criticized military service that Israel imposed on the Druze community.

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The silent reminders of Israel’s robbery

New book shows how Palestinians have been written out of history.

 

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Big lies about boycotting Israel in Canada

Montreal paper gives no evidence to back up claims that Palestine solidarity activists make life hard for Jewish students.

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