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Remembrance in Nablus

In an age of disinformation, spectacle, and erasure, remembrance is revolutionary. Palestine has a rich 20,000 year history. Amid an ongoing catastrophe in the Holy Land that rivals the nakba in 1948, people in Nablus are keepers of memory. 

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Ongoing Israeli incursion: Nour Shams Refugee Camp

12/27/2023 Occupied West Bank By Diana Khwaelid A new Israeli incursion into the Nour Shams refugee camp northeast of the city of Tulkarm in the northern West Bank. Israeli incursion: Tuesday evening, December 26th the Israeli occupying forces stormed the ...

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Jenin: The Other Gaza

17 December 2023 | International Solidarity Movement | Jenin On Wednesday, December 13, I received a message from a fellow actress of the Freedom Theatre informing me that the occupation forces had arrested without charge Mustafa Sheta, theatre director and ...

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Candles in the Dark

It is nearing Christmas time in Bethlehem. And there is room at the inn this time. A family from Gaza had to go to a far away hospital for their child’s illness. Then October 7th occurred, and then the genocide.

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