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The death of a stone-thrower

by Jonathan Pollak 13 December 2011 | Haaretz Mustafa Tamimi threw stones. Unapologetically and sometimes fearlessly. Not on that day alone, but nearly every Friday. He also concealed his face. Not for fear of the prison cell, which he had ...

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Gaza attack: “My uncle died in my arms”

by Ruqaya Izzidien 9 December 2011 | Al Akhbar English “My uncle was breathing when I found him under the rubble,” said Migdad Elzalaan. “He told me, ‘Look after our family, look after the children. Look after them,’ and then ...

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Gaza: Rebuilding from rubble

by Ruqaya Izzidien 29 November 2011 | Al Akhbar English Despite Israel’s blockade on building materials entering the Gaza Strip, local entrepreneurs have come up with a way to turn destruction into reconstruction by recycling rubble into construction material. The ...

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Gaza lives on

16 November 2011 | Al Jazeera English The Israeli blockade may have taken a heavy toll on Gazans, but this film reveals life and hope among the devastation. Since 2007, most of the approximately 1.5 million Palestinians living in the ...

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Prisoner release: Palestinian narratives

Fadi Kawasmi 9 November 2011 | PASSIA Below is an abridged transcript of a talk given at PASSIA (Palestinian Academic Society for the Study of International Affairs ) Round table on ‘Prisoner Release – Palestinian Narratives’ on 31 October 2011 ...

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