Nakba

Why I vowed not to have children in Gaza

Omar Ghraieb
Gaza
22 July 2014

Seeing Israel slaughter other people’s infants is hard enough.

Battle to preserve Palestine's history rages in new novel

Sarah Irving
8 July 2014

Radwa Ashour’s The Woman From Tantoura addresses the themes of remembering and forgetting.

In photos: Generations of Palestinian exile

Anne Paq
27 June 2014

Photo series depicts a Palestinian refugee child with a grandparent, a first-generation refugee.

Israel preparing for "industrial-scale" torture of Palestinian hunger strikers

Hunger strikers “are doing this for us, the Palestinian people,” says the son of a prisoner in an Israeli jail. Israel is planning to begin force-feeding hunger strikers.

Israel demolishes activist camp, evicts Palestinian returnees from their village

Police and land authorities intensify a crackdown on Palestinian citizens of Israel who returned to their ancestral villages.

"My village was attacked and burned down": a Nakba survivor speaks

Wafaa H. Aburahma
Nuseirat refugee camp
29 May 2014

A true story about Palestine that you won’t read in The New York Times.

Collaborating with Mahmoud Darwish without his consent

Sarah Irving
23 May 2014

A new book of poetry makes demands of the celebrated late Palestinian poet.

Diplomat who used sex to sell Israel advises top EU lobby group

Rebranding specialist David Saranga has trained European Friends of Israel on exploiting the potential offered by social media.

Palestinian activists condemn lethal attack on “Zapatista brothers and sisters”

Statement of solidarity issued after paramilitary attack on school and clinic in La Realidad, in the Mexican state of Chiapas.

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