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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The sportswear maker confirmed that its Israel distributor “has withdrawn its plans to auction off this shoe.”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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Sunbathing at the crime scene: the Israeli resort that covers up a massacre

Activists are trying to end Israel’s long-enforced silence about the Tantura massacre of May 1948.

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The Nakba: A Day to Remember

67 years ago, 15 May 1948, more than 700 000 Palestinians were forcibly removed and expelled from their homeland to pave the way for a Jewish State. Rape, pillage, slaughter were methods the Zionists used to drive Palestinians to flee for safety. Those that remained behind suffered and their progeny continues to suffer to this day. The erasure of Palestine and ...

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Forced to leave grapes on the vine: the open wounds of May 1948

A new book tells the history of an ethnically cleansed Palestinian village.

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