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When loved ones leave the prison that is GazaMy brother emigrated from Gaza for a better life. It left me feeling abandoned.
By: Zena Abu Alouf
Story

Who will pay for the 20 years we lost?My family will replace the trees destroyed by Israeli missiles, but we cannot reclaim the years spent nurturing them.
By: Yousef Maher Dawas
Story

From Gaza to Tunisia: Grief is all the same“Our sons are being thrown into the sea and the fish are eating them.”
By: Majd Salem

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Story

The real Sabra is not an Israeli superheroThe comic book character does not deserve the name Sabra, which was the site of despicable horror.
Story

The most beautiful half-dayThe Israeli occupation spoiled a joyous day on which a family expected to be reunified with its beloved patriarch.
Story

Caged sparrows: Palestinian stories from the Gaza sea"I hugged the engine. This engine is more precious than our son and if it is gone, I can’t replace it with another one."
Gaza Strip

When loved ones leave the prison that is GazaMy brother emigrated from Gaza for a better life. It left me feeling abandoned.
Gaza Strip

Who will pay for the 20 years we lost?My family will replace the trees destroyed by Israeli missiles, but we cannot reclaim the years spent nurturing them.
Gaza Strip

From Gaza to Tunisia: Grief is all the same“Our sons are being thrown into the sea and the fish are eating them.”
West Bank

Arrested for writing… a poemThe poet Dareen Tatour was jailed, but her poem remained free.
West Bank

Facebook is silencing usJust like the real world, the digital world is biased against Palestinians.
West Bank

Friends, students—prisonersUniversity students are vulnerable to being arrested without charge.
Diaspora

When loved ones leave the prison that is GazaMy brother emigrated from Gaza for a better life. It left me feeling abandoned.

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