Forced out of his village by Zionist militias as a child, Yacoub Odeh fights to return.
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The pain of people displaced by Zionist forces in 1948 remains vivid 70 years later.
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Ramallah-based fashion designers of Ibra wa Khayt use old Palestinian clothing to make modern garments.
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Palestinians have fiercely defended their right to return. But what would return actually look like and how can they make it happen? A thought-provoking video from Badil gives an introduction to some of the practicalities and ongoing efforts.
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“Anybody who wants to buy or make plans [for our land] must know that these are our graves, our houses, our olive presses, our springs, our trees and our stones.”
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Militarism is mocked with exuberance in a new exhibition.
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Palestinian detainee Jihad al-Obeidi will soon be freed after 25 years in Israeli prison.
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The World Monuments Fund rejected a petition to have Lifta, a destroyed and ethnically cleansed Palestinian village, officially included in their protected heritage site list.
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The New York Times’ Jerusalem bureau chief lives on property Israel seized from Palestinian refugees forced to leave their homes during the Nakba in 1948. EI’s Ali Abunimah reveals for the first time details of The Times’ acquisition and use of this property and the story of the Palestinian family whose home it was. What are the implications for its reporting of a case that places the “newspaper of record” at the heart of the Palestine conflict? Read more about NY Times' Jerusalem property makes it protagonist in Palestine conflict