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Remembering the Mavi Marmara ship in 2010

It was a night that I will never forget. An experience that reinforced in me the core mission of being…

Palestinian girls are now boxing on the Gaza beach while wearing face masks.

GAZA (Reuters) – Trading jabs and punches, a team of young female boxers – some as young as four –…

Palestine +100: Stories From A Century After The Nakba

In the introduction to Palestine +100: Stories From A Century After The Nakba, a powerful collection of short stories in which 12 Palestinian…

Young Palestinian engineer discusses Palestine through a ‘then and now’ approach in the social media era.

A few months ago, I was scrolling through Facebook when a video really caught my attention. I tapped the unmute button to…

“I did not witness the beginning of the Nakba in 1948, but I am still experiencing it.”

I did not witness the beginning of the Nakba in 1948, but I am still experiencing it. I am still…

Voices from Palestine about the Nakba

AS A Palestinian, my family life turned upside down in the 1948 war, which was the worst thing that ever…

Palestinian literature in the Nakba remembrance

“It is very important to remember that what is considered a founding event in our collective memory may be a…

The abandoned harvests of 1948: Palestinian farmers remember the Nakba

Life wasn’t easy for Palestinian farmers under the British Mandate. But in 1948, their lives were turned upside down. For over three…

Quarantine for 14-Year

Palestinian writer and director Ahmed Masoud tells us about his recent visit to Gaza, where he is from, and how…

One of the stories of the Palestinian Nakba

How strange is it to see the events that defined the lives of three generations of my family as a…
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