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Occupied Thoughts: Ahmed Abu Artema & the Great March of Return Op-Eds & Analysis
Kristin McCarthy & Peter Beinart, Foundation For Middle East Peace

Occupied Thoughts: Ahmed Abu Artema & the Great March of Return

In this edition of FMEP’s podcast series “Occupied Thoughts,” Peter Beinart is joined by Ahmed Abu Artema, one of the key organizers of the Great March of Return in Gaza – which started nearly one year ago. Peter and Ahmed discuss the impetus behind the march, and what has sustained it for almost one year despite the deadly Israeli response.

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In a First, Palestinians Challenge Israel’s Settlement Enterprise—in a US Court News & Analysis
Mairav Zonszein, The Nation

In a First, Palestinians Challenge Israel’s Settlement Enterprise—in a US Court

The challenge comes in response to a case filed by Israeli settlers against Airbnb.

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Opinion: We Confronted Chelsea Clinton At The Christchurch Vigil. Here’s Why. Op-Eds & Analysis
Leen Dweik & Rose Asaf, Buzzfeed

Opinion: We Confronted Chelsea Clinton At The Christchurch Vigil. Here’s Why.

The activists who confronted Chelsea Clinton at the vigil for victims of the Christchurch massacre explain their actions.

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Gaza Youths Shot at the Border Struggle to See the Future Op-Eds & Analysis
Dina Kraft, Christian Science Monitor

Gaza Youths Shot at the Border Struggle to See the Future

Many young Gazans who were motivated to protest against Israel at the border as a national act of heroism are now grappling with the enduring heavy cost of wounds they suffered facing live sniper fire.

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Florida Legislators: Criticizing Israel is Not Anti-Semitic News Roundup
Alan Levine and Donna Nevel, Orlando Sentinel

Florida Legislators: Criticizing Israel is Not Anti-Semitic

Around the country, legislators have sought to curry the support of pro-Israel voters by silencing and intimidating those who advocate on behalf of Palestinian rights.

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The Woman Refusing to Let Palestine’s Farming Roots Die Op-Eds & Analysis
Leila Ettachfini, VICE Broadly

The Woman Refusing to Let Palestine’s Farming Roots Die

Vivien Sansour founded The Palestinian Heirloom Library in hopes to revive plants threatened by occupation, climate change, and agribusiness.

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A Conversation with the Palestinian Non-Violence Activist Who Sparked Gaza Marches Op-Eds & Analysis
Steve Bynum, WBEZ Chicago

A Conversation with the Palestinian Non-Violence Activist Who Sparked Gaza Marches

Standing in Gaza, Palestinian activist Ahmed Abu Artema watched a bird fly over the fence separating him from Israeli territory. Then he posted on Facebook. “What would happen,” he wrote, “if thousands of Gazans, most of them refugees, attempted to peacefully cross the fence that separated them from their ancestral lands?”

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Breaking the Silence: Inside the Israeli Right’s Campaign to Silence an Anti-Occupation Group Op-Eds & Analysis
Mairav Zonszein, The Intercept

Breaking the Silence: Inside the Israeli Right’s Campaign to Silence an Anti-Occupation Group

"On January 12, 2016, Yuli Novak called her staff of a dozen people together in their Tel Aviv offices to reveal the identity of a spy who had infiltrated the organization."

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Publisher Embroiled in Legal Battle With Arkansas Over Law Banning Israel Boycotts News & Analysis
Ben Kesslen, NBC News

Publisher Embroiled in Legal Battle With Arkansas Over Law Banning Israel Boycotts

One of more than 25 states to put anti-BDS legislation on the books, Arkansas is a battleground in a conflict that’s gone national.

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