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Susan Muaddi Darraj: Fiction Writer and Creator of #TweetYourThobe Palestinian-American Profiles
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Susan Muaddi Darraj: Fiction Writer and Creator of #TweetYourThobe

Born in Philadelphia to Palestinian immigrants who moved to the United States in 1967, Susan Muaddi Darraj has always loved books. She describes herself as a quiet child who found a lot of herself through reading.

about 6 days ago
Canton native CJ McCollum helps Ohio-based non-profit grant wish of injured Palestinian teen News & Analysis
Camryn Justice, News 5 Cleveland

Canton native CJ McCollum helps Ohio-based non-profit grant wish of injured Palestinian teen

Damian Lillard of the Portland Trailblazers met with 14-year-old Palestinian Thaer before last night’s big basketball game. Thaer lost his leg when Israel bombed his home in occupied Gaza during the 2014 50-day-long attack on the occupied Strip.

about 1 week ago
With international law under siege, can the ICC bring justice to Palestinians? News & Analysis
Amjad Iraqi, +972 Magazine

With international law under siege, can the ICC bring justice to Palestinians?

The International Criminal Court is to begin investigating Israel for war crimes, but many are rightly skeptical and experts warn that heavy political pressure against the court could prolong the judicial process and even interfere in the investigation.

about 1 week ago
City says pro-Palestinian art has to go News & Analysis
Robert Nott, Santa Fe New Mexican

City says pro-Palestinian art has to go

The city of Sante Fe, New Mexico is cracking down on beautifully painted political murals depicting Israeli soldiers harassing Palestinians.

about 1 week ago
Stone throwing that killed Palestinian mother of 8 recognized as terror attack News & Analysis
Jacob Magid, Times of Israel

Stone throwing that killed Palestinian mother of 8 recognized as terror attack

Almost two years after Aisha Rabi was killed —when a 16-year-old Israeli settler hurled a massive rock at the windshield of her car— Israel is finally admitting the incident should be classified as a terror attack.

about 1 week ago
Outrage after Jeopardy! host rules Bethlehem not in Palestine News & Analysis
Aljazeera

Outrage after Jeopardy! host rules Bethlehem not in Palestine

"Katie is right, Alex" people responded to Jeopardy gameshow host Alex Trebek after returning champion and scoreboard leader Katie Needle of Brooklyn, N.Y responded, "What is Palestine" to the clue: Built in the 300s A.D., the Church of the Nativity.

about 1 week ago
U.S. senators back bill to provide $3.3 billion for Israel News & Analysis
Reuters

U.S. senators back bill to provide $3.3 billion for Israel

Republican and Democratic U.S. senators introduced legislation on Thursday to provide $3.3 billion in annual aid to Israel, attempting to put into law another military funding agreement between the two countries.

about 1 week ago
Palestine: 2019 in Review Fact Sheets
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Palestine: 2019 in Review

The IMEU presents a fact sheet highlighting the biggest and most significant moments surrounding Palestine in 2019. ​Photo: Ashraf Amra/APA Images.

about 2 weeks ago
Gaza is now officially uninhabitable News & Analysis
Ramzy Baroud, Gulf News

Gaza is now officially uninhabitable

Almost a decade ago, UN experts warned Gaza would become 'uninhabitable' by 2020 as a result of Israel's crippling siege and occupation. Now, it's 2020 and that warning is and has been a reality for some time.

about 2 weeks ago