New Internationalist

Palestine

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‘Ceasefire? Gaza has been taken back 1,000 years’

Salah Haj Yehia works in Palestine’s ground zero. He talks to Noreen Sadik about the on-going human cost of Israel’s pounding.

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‘We have to be positive,’ say Gaza’s farmers

Madeleine McGivern looks at the effects of ‘Operation Protective Edge’ on food security in Gaza.

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PHOTO ESSAY: Looking for Palestine

David Brunetti poignantly explores life in a country riddled with death.

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Governments may be silent on Israeli terror, but we will not stand by

John Newsham looks at the growing boycott, divest and sanctions movement in Bradford and beyond.

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Is 53 seconds long enough to gather my soul?

Rana Mourtaja, 17, writes about staying alive in the Gaza Strip on Day 50 of Israel’s offensive.

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Kashmir-Palestine: the bond of solidarity

Resistance makes borders porous and is a source of paranoia for aligned oppressive states, writes Uzma Falak.

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From blockade to bombs: ‘death is what we are tweeting’

Mohammed Suliman shares a harrowing timeline of five weeks under threat of Israeli airstrikes.

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Palestinians denied the right to be presumed innocent

Israel is ignoring a basic tenet of a democratic state, argues Raff Piccolo.

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Ever-changing goals will ensure Israeli ‘victory’

Only direct negotiations can lead to a lasting ceasefire, says Uri Avnery.

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PHOTO ESSAY: No safe place

Eloïse Bollack documents the displacement of families in Gaza.

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Stuck between a rock and a hard place: the legitimacy crisis that plagues the PA

Raff Piccolo ponders the position of the West Bank’s leadership in an increasingly volatile political environment.

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