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Nakba anniversary message

by Mazin Qumsiyeh 15 May 2012 | Popular Resistance  On this 64th anniversary of the Nakba we mourn the ethnic cleansing that began in 1948 and that continues today with silent transfer, home demolitions, land confiscation and more.  But we ...

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Palestinian prisoners agree to end hunger strike

by Haitham Hamad 14 May 2012 | Associated Press RAMALLAH, West Bank (AP) — Hundreds of Palestinian prisoners agreed Monday to end a weekslong hunger strike after winning concessions from Israel to improve their conditions, the two sides announced. The ...

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Deir Yassin: The peace that never was

10 April 2012 | The Habal Factor Two days ago, we visited Deir Yassin, or to be more specific, what remains of Deir Yassin, with Zochrot, an Israeli organization dedicated to educating the Israeli public about the nakba. The tour ...

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Beit Hanoun, 63 years and 300 meters later

19 July 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, Gaza The Nakba, the ethnic cleansing of Palestine, happened sixty three years ago.  The theft of Palestinian land continues even today.  Every Tuesday, for the last three years, the people of Beit Hanoun ...

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Why June 5 matters

30 May 2011 | Palestine News Network – Joe Catron I gasped as the first bullet struck a young man standing a few paces ahead of me. Watching him crumple to the ground, I struggled for breath and fought my ...

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