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On civil disobedience
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Goldstone and the 'peace process'
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Apr 17, 2014— People
Rasha Kashkoush & Dana Salloum Create New Online Tool


Feb 25, 2014
Twenty Years Later: A Wound Still Open


Feb 4, 2014— People
Two Palestinian Teenagers Scale Africa's Highest Peak to provide medical care for injured Syrian children


Dec 26, 2013— People
Brother of Gaza Man Killed by Israeli Sniper Speaks



Oct 4, 2013— Daily Life
Meet Tayma

Tayma is a 13-year-old from Silwan, a neighborhood where Israeli authorities have issued home demolition orders to several Palestinian families.


Jul 9, 2013— People
Hassan Muamer: Environmental Advocate and Engineer

Hassan Muamer

Apr 29, 2013— People
Father Ibrahim Shomali: Catholic Priest

After a long battle against the building of the separation wall in the Cremisan valley in Beit Jala, Israeli Special Appeals Committee ruled in favor of building the wall on April 24. This decision will deprive people from Beit Jala from their right to practice their religious, agricultural, and cultural traditions by severing them from the lands that have been in their families for generations. Father Ibrahim Shomali is the Catholic parish priest who has been leading an open-air mass in the valley in hopes to save the valley.

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