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Braving threats, Palestinians in Israel revive boycott

Palestinians in Israel insist they have a key role to play in the BDS movement.

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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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No access to education for Bedouin children with disabilities

Lack of resources due to Israel's institutionalized discrimination means no classrooms for many students.

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Israeli parliament suspends Palestinian lawmakers

Knesset also moves forward bills that penalize dissent.

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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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Can literature disrupt Israel’s identity?

Despite the huge resources dedicated to Hebrew, some Jewish Israeli writers work in Arabic.

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Palestinian village fights to survive as Israel sends in bulldozers

Eighteen members of one family were left homeless after recent Israeli demolition in the village of Dahmash.

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Fragments of Palestine woven together in literary plea for female solidarity

Novelist khulud khamis tackles sex and religion in present-day Israel and the occupied West Bank.

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The destructive legacy of Arab liberals

Arab liberalism allied itself with US and Israel to impoverish and destroy whole countries.

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In Israel, racism is the winning ballot

 Zionist “left” are as much to blame as the right for racist incitement against Palestinian citizens.

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