Palestinians await the distribution of UNRWA flour.
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The US is among more than a dozen countries to freeze funding to UN agency providing aid to displaced Gazans over allegations of complicity in the Oct. 7 attack.
Left: Families of the hostages during the March for the Hostages on November 18, 2023 in Jerusalem.
Right: Palestinians flee the northern part of the Gaza Strip on November 10, 2023.
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With the Israel-Palestine conflict continuing, we asked a range of academics to nominate works that can help explain things.
A pro-Palestinian activist in the U.K.
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The slogan has been attacked as ‘antisemitic’ and defended as a ‘call for freedom.’ Behind the controversy is decades of usage.
A teddy bear is seen on the floor following an Israeli airstrike on the Nusseirat refugee camp in Gaza on Oct. 31, 2023.
(AP Photo/Doaa AlBaz)
Amid their enduring statelessness and the ongoing risk of ethnic cleansing, Palestinian refugees must be protected under the provisions of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
People attend a vigil coined “Palestine Lives,” to show support for Palestinians in the latest Israel-Hamas war, in Bogota, Colombia on Oct. 17, 2023.
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Western stances and comments on civilian deaths in Israel and Palestine highlight the double standard that permeates across western governments and institutions.
SB 266 aims to stop college professors from teaching about systemic racism.
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Tactics used to censor the teaching of American history in Florida schools bear much in common with those seen in the illiberal democracies of Israel, Turkey, Russia and Poland.
Palestinian novelist and intellectual Ghassan Kanafani was assassinated by Mossad in 1972.
Generations of Palestinian writers and poets have expressed their feelings of grief and loss.
Carrying a key symbolising the right to return, a Palestinian woman marches through the streets of Ramallah on Nakba Day.
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Many in the West are unaware of the displacement of around 750,000 Palestinians in 1947-8
It’s been 75 years since Palestinians were first expelled from their homeland. Here, people from Tantura as they were relocated to Jordan, June 1948.
(Benno Rothenberg/Meitar Collection/National Library of Israel/The Pritzker Family National Photography Collection)
The UN’s resolution to recognize Nakba Day on May 15, to mark the expulsion of Palestinians from their homes in 1948, helps to acknowledge past traumas but does the resolution have other implications?
Deportation of Tantura’s women and children, from Fureidis to Tulkarm, three weeks after the Israeli takeover. The documentary, Tantura, aims to shed light on the destruction of the Palestinian village in 1948.
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The documentary, Tantura, has raised difficult questions about the foundation of Israel and the Palestinian Nakba.
Expropriations and restrictive planning threaten Palestinian neighbourhoods of Israeli cities, including Silwan and Sheikh Jarrah in east Jerusalem
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From discriminatory land-use policies to evictions and demolitions, urban planning has long been weaponised against the Palestinian people
Arthur James Balfour.
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With just 67 words, a British foreign secretary kicked off a hundred years of conflict and displacement.
Day of catastrophe: but little is being done to heal the wounds.
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This year Nakba Day marks 66 years since the displacement of Palestinians prior to the establishment of the state of Israel. The passing of an-Nakbah (literally, “the Catastrophe”) arrives amidst failed…