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Violence and impunity in the West Bank during the COVID-19 pandemic

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What will liberation look like for North America and Palestine?

What will liberation look like for North America and Palestine? Steven Salaita makes the case for a global decolonization movement, in a book that...

Apartheid is a Crime: Portraits of the Israeli Occupation

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International donors have influenced and shaped narratives on Palestine, to the point that to speak about Palestine without reflection is an exercise in disseminating...

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