Days of Palestine

Wednesday, February 8

Features

The Drones Never Sleep

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Source: Electronic Intifada Atallah al-Attar, 35, gets anxious in the evenings. He lives on his family’s farm in the town

West Bank Dispatch: The Resistance Moves Southward

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After a ten day siege, the Israeli army invaded Aqbat Jabr refugee camp in Jericho and assassinated 5 resistance fighters

‘NYTimes’ Gives Israel’s Home Demolitions the ‘Both-Sides’ Treatment

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As violence rises in the occupied West Bank, the New York Times struggles to frame the news. As violence continues

The Rise of Israel’s Far Right is Good for Palestinians

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For those concerned that Benjamin Netanyahu’s proposed judicial reforms will threaten democracy in Israel I simply ask, “democracy for whom?”

A House in Jerusalem: A Story of Grief, Ghosts and the Palestinian Experience

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It’s the day after the world premiere of A House in Jerusalem at the International Film Festival Rotterdam when The National meets Palestinian filmmaking brothers Muayad and

Cancer Patient Dies after Israel Blocks Treatment

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Mahmoud al-Kurd, 45, from Deir al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip, died on 16 December, two days after he was

‘The Water is Surrounding Us’: Gaza Grieves as Israel Opens Floodgates

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Source: The Palestine Chronicle By Asma Abu Amra Without warning, on Saturday, December 24, Israeli Authorities opened the floodgates below Deir

Into the crusher: Gaza’s rubble recycled

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Source: Electronic Intifada This past August, Ahmed Amir, 34, stood atop the wreckage of a residential building in the northern

A Distant Dream: Why Not Many Gazans Made it to Qatar World Cup 2022

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By Asma Abu Amra The crippling blockade and bad economic conditions in Gaza made it impossible for most Gazan football fans

Stealing Gaza’s power

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Source: Electronic Intifada I vividly remember when our electricity crisis began. On 28 June 2006, Israel bombed Gaza’s only power station. For
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