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New review: Sayed Kashua's 'Native'

Electronic Intifada, 7th July 2016

When novelist and columnist Sayed Kashua announced in 2014 that he and his family would be leaving Jerusalem for the US, the announcement was a minor blip in a summer of death and turmoil in Palestine.

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New review: Susan Muaddi Darraj's 'A Curious Land'

The Electronic Intifada, 13th June 2016

A Curious Land begins in 1916 with a group of Bedouin refugees fleeing the violence and famine which wreaked havoc across the Levant during the First World War.

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Glenn Greenwald | Banned in Israel: An Interview With BDS Co-Founder Omar Barghouti

 BDS Co-Founder Omar Barghouti Banned by Israel From Traveling, Threatened With Worse

By Glenn Greenwald
The Intercept  May 13 2016

DESPITE HAVING LIVED in Israel for 22 years with no criminal record of any kind, Omar Barghouti (above) was… 5,315 more words

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On Eve Of Australian Speaking Tour, Palestinian Journalist Ali Abunimah Still Waiting For Visa Approval

On Eve Of Australian Speaking Tour, Palestinian Journalist Ali Abunimah Still Waiting For Visa Approval

By Chris Graham on March 14, 2016

With less than a week before he’s supposed to board a flight to Australia to speak at a major conference about the ongoing struggle for Palestinian justice, a prominent Palestinian-American journalist is still waiting on the Turnbull government to issue him a travel visa. 1,335 more words

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New review: 'Men of Capital'

Electronic Intifada, 14th January 2016

Defying stereotypes of Mandate-period Palestinians as divided between a distant, dislocated upper class of “notables” and a majority of uneducated, rebellious peasants, Seikaly charts the complexities of Palestinian society of the time.

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Reviewed: 'La Estrella Invisible'

Electronic Intifada, 17th September 2015

On one level, these are deeply personal poems — intimate, allusive, sometimes subtly erotic. On another, though, the subtitle of the collection betrays the larger question of identity and politics which lies behind the individual experience.

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