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Borders Borders, An American Poem For You ~ by Chelli Stanley

Kawther Salam | Apr 8, 2013 ثوار سوريون دخلوا إسرائيل للعلاج وخرجوا عملاء ل – بني جانتس إقتراح موجه للأخوة السوريين By Chelli Stanley, an American woman in her late twenties who visited my occupied homeland Hebron, from where I was expelled by the Zionist Israeli occupation in 2002. Pictures Credit: CPT. When I went […]

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#Naksa | When the Tanks Came Rolling in ~ by Mazin Qumsiyeh

Mazin Qumsiyeh | The Palestine Chronicle | June 5, 2012 It seems like yesterday that we watched Israeli tanks rolling down the hills towards our sleepy town of Beit Sahour 45 years ago today. As a child it was the most frightening sight. The second stage of the Zionist expansion on the land of Palestine […]

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