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"Walls, Ground, Atmospheres, and Bodies in Palestine"

“Walls, Ground, Atmospheres, and Bodies in Palestine,” a conversation recorded with Maryam Monalisa Gharavi in Ramallah for Archipelago: “This conversation with Maryam Monalisa Gharavi can be divided into three chapters, all corresponding to one physical aspects of the Israeli occupation of the West Bank in relation to Palestinian bodies. 83 more words

Apartheid Wall

Will the Real President Please Step Forward?

By Richard Edmondson

A week ago Israeli forces fired tear gas and stun grenades at a group of Palestinian children, ages six to twelve, who had gathered on a public street in Hebron to perform a dance. 3,390 more words

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Gaza Rebuild Effort Could Take 100 Years: Oxfam

Only an end to the blockade of Gaza will ensure that people can rebuild their lives.’ —Catherine Essoyan, Oxfam

By Andrea Germanos
February 28, 2015… 745 more words

Social Justice

'Banksy' Goes to Gaza and Makes a Video!

The unidentified street artist Banksy has re-emerged in Gaza to create a political mini-documentary about life inside the war-torn region.

In the short film, posted to his official website on Wednesday, the artist appears to enter Gaza via underground tunnels before emerging through a metal door and into the rubble…

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As Purim Approaches, Zionist Psychopaths on the Prowl


Perhaps it is the effect the moon has on them. When the Purim holiday arrives six days from now it will be full. 810 more words

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Israel not only grabs Palestinian land, it pollutes it

Despite efforts to combat this problem, toxic waste generated by industrialized countries is regularly dumped in the world’s developing countries. The Middle East is no stranger to this practice which has been… 354 more words

Israeli Occupation

Sex, Blackmail and Theft: Leaks Detail Israeli Spy Operations

By Asa Winstanley

Yesterday Al Jazeera began to unveil what the channel is promoting as “the largest intelligence leak since Edward Snowden,” the NSA whistleblower. 79 more words

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