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Narratives under siege: Overcrowded living

14 December 2011 | Palestinian Center for Human Rights Muhammed Salman Abu Rashad, 45, Amna Abu Rashad, 31, and their nine children live in the Jabalia refugee camp, one of the most densely populated areas on earth. The family represent ...

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Palestinians in Gaza march for return on Naksa Day

5 June 2011 | International Solidarity Movement Hundreds of Palestinian refugees rallied outside the Erez Crossing in Beit Hanoun today to demand the right to return to the homes from which they and their families were ethnically cleansed by Zionist ...

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Nakba day in Gaza

18 May 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, Gaza Nakba Day. The day of the Catastrophe. A day to mark the ethnic cleansing of 800,000 Palestinians from their homes. A day to remind themselves and the world, that one day, they ...

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Palestinian refugees supporters protest Canada Park

Canada Park

21 February 2011 | The Alternative Information Center Palestinian, Israeli and international activists gathered in front of the Representative Office of Canada to the Palestinian Authority in Ramallah and the Embassy of Canada to Israel in Tel Aviv for protest vigils ...

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Gaza’s record-breaking children

18 August 2010 | Vittorio Arrigoni, Electronic Intifada Gaza’s kids truly are record-breakers. They survived Israel’s 2008-09 winter invasion and every day they put up with a state of war during a so-called ceasefire. Smeared in blood, they’ve crawled through ...

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