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Occupied Childhood: Ahed Tamimi Pens a Heartfelt Letter About Life in and After Prison Op-Eds & Analysis
Ahed Tamimi, Vogue Arabia

Occupied Childhood: Ahed Tamimi Pens a Heartfelt Letter About Life in and After Prison

In a heartfelt letter, 17-year-old Palestinian activist Ahed Tamimi tells the story of her arrest and eight months in an Israeli prison – and the struggles she faces as a symbol of resistance.

about 1 week ago
Commentary: Abbas Misses a Chance To Help Palestinians Op-Eds & Analysis
Diana Buttu, Reuters

Commentary: Abbas Misses a Chance To Help Palestinians

On September 27, Palestinian Authority President and Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) Chairman Mahmoud Abbas addressed the U.N. General Assembly for the 14th time.

about 1 week ago
Khan al-Ahmar Youth Stage Sit-In Near Israeli President’s Home News Roundup
Al-Jazeera

Khan al-Ahmar Youth Stage Sit-In Near Israeli President’s Home

Bedouin children from Khan al-Ahmar stage sit-in in Jerusalem, protesting against imminent demolition of their village.

about 1 week ago
Time’s Up for Khan al-Ahmar: Israel Can Now Legally Demolish Contested West Bank Village News Roundup
Amira Hass, Haaretz

Time’s Up for Khan al-Ahmar: Israel Can Now Legally Demolish Contested West Bank Village

October 1 marked the end of the period the Civil Administration had given the West Bank Bedouin community of Khan al-Ahmar to leave their village.

about 1 week ago
Palestine Under Occupation: One Village’s Resistance Video Stories
Direct From: Dena Takruri, AJ+

Palestine Under Occupation: One Village’s Resistance

Night raids, child arrests and open fire. Welcome to daily life in this tiny village in the occupied West Bank, home to Palestinian teen icon Ahed Tamimi.

about 1 week ago
Israel Gives Bedouin Villagers Until End Of Month To Leave News Roundup
AFP

Israel Gives Bedouin Villagers Until End Of Month To Leave

Israeli authorities issued a notice to residents of a Bedouin village in a strategic spot in the occupied West Bank on Sunday informing them they have until the end of the month to leave.

about 1 week ago
Could This Be the Last Day Of School in the West Bank’s Fated Khan al-Ahmar? Op-Eds & Analysis
Peter Beaumont, The Guardian

Could This Be the Last Day Of School in the West Bank’s Fated Khan al-Ahmar?

After years of resisting Israeli demolition orders, a tiny village seen as vital to Palestine’s hopes of statehood faces destruction. But at the local school, it is still very much business as usual.

about 1 week ago
States Can’t Punish Businesses For Boycotting Israel, Federal Judge in Arizona says News & Analysis
Isaac Stanley-Becker, The Washington Post

States Can’t Punish Businesses For Boycotting Israel, Federal Judge in Arizona says

Mikkel Jordahl, alawyer in Sedona, Ariz., can now choose to buy a different brand of printers. No longer must he stick with Hewlett-Packard technology for fear of losing his contract with the state. For 12 years, he has provided legal advice to inmates in the Coconino County Detention Facility.

about 1 week ago
Israel Sets October Evacuation Deadline for Khan al-Ahmar News Roundup
The Washington Post

Israel Sets October Evacuation Deadline for Khan al-Ahmar

On Sept. 23, Israel told residents of Khan al-Ahmar, a Bedouin village in the West Bank slated for demolition, to clear their homes by Oct. 1. The village is inhabited by 173 people.

about 3 weeks ago