Atta Sabah’s mother told me he would not be the last child attacked by Israel; unfortunately, she was right.
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Two children left “completely stateless” because of discriminatory practices.
The writer paid particular attention to Palestinians in present-day Israel.
Addameer chairperson Abdullatif Ghaith has been blocked from going to work in his Ramallah office.
Omar was financed entirely by Palestinian money.
Israel wants to “beautify” the image of its ongoing blockade against Gaza by letting in some construction materials.
Many other Palestinian students have lost their scholarships because Egypt denies them the right to travel.
Why is it considered routine for an occupation force to invade a refugee camp?
Inch’allah focuses mainly on experiences of a young white doctor.
Only 150 persons allowed to cross Rafah per day.
Shake Off traces an undercover PLO operative during the first intifada.
Locals blame high cancer levels on pollution from “factories of death.”
The Oslo accords have left Jordan Valley communities without access to vital resources.
Caterpillar bulldozers are still being used to destroy land in the “buffer zone.”
Palestinians vow to remain in their ancestors’ villages despite Israeli threats.
We need to focus more on the psychological war that Israel is waging.
Cornell NYC Tech will not address questions about Haifa institute which develops technology used by Israeli army against Palestinian civilians.
Recent protests against the expulsion of Bedouins indicate that some Palestinians are accepting the limits of liberal discourse rather than demanding national liberation.
Even Shin Bet intelligence officers are presented as sympathetic in The Attack.