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A Girl from Gaza Identified by her ID

By: Haneen Zaqout – Grade 10, Friends School, Ramallah We all spend a lifetime trying to figure out what makes someone who they are, and what defines them. Is it their characteristics, appearances, or behaviors? It may be a combination ...

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LRB: Diary from Gaza

London Review of Books By Louisa Waugh ‘Don’t ask me how I am,’ a colleague said to me when I arrived at the office yesterday morning. ‘You know how bad things are here now, so please don’t ask.’ Things are ...

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Al Jazeera: Gazans wounded in border protest

At least 15 Palestinians have been wounded after Israeli troops used gunfire to stop about 3,000 Hamas supporters from approaching one of the Gaza Strip’s main border crossings with Israel, witnesses say. Palestinian medical workers said on Friday that at ...

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PACBI: Urgent appeal to all academics

CONDEMN U.S. GOVERNMENT COMPLICITY IN BLOCKING PALESTINIAN RIGHT TO MOVEMENT AND ADVOCATE MEASURES TO PRESSURE ISRAEL To view original appeal click here May 30, 2008 The news that the US State Department has decided to cancel all previously approved Fulbright ...

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Gisha: Supreme Court considers deep fuel cuts to Gaza

Statement from Gisha (www.gisha.org) On Wednesday, May 21, 2008, Israel’s Supreme Court held a hearing in a petition submitted by nine Israeli and Palestinian human rights groups, represented by Gisha – Legal Center for Freedom of Movement, claiming that since ...

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