Jalal Abukhater

Jalal Abukhater

Jalal Abukhater is a Palestinian writer and political scientist based in Jerusalem. In a February 2023 op-ed for The Guardian titled “There’s no cycle of violence in Jerusalem—only Israel’s lethal oppression of my people,” Abukhater describes the power imbalance of...

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Rami Elhanan

Rami Elhanan

Rami Elhanan is a 7th generation Jerusalemite who describes himself as Jewish, Israeli, and “before everything else […] a human being.” In 1997, his 14-year-old daughter was killed by Palestinian suicide bombers. He shared his story and how he was able to find peace...

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Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield

Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield

Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield are the Jewish American founders of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream. The duo came under fire in 2021 when they announced they would halt ice cream sales in the illegally occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem. Cohen responded: “If I care...

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First Pictures from Palestine

First Pictures from Palestine

Video title: First pictures from Palestine – Jerusalem historical impressions 1900-1918 Created by: CHRONOS-MEDIA History Video length: 00:11:30 Date: December 8, 2015 Caption: Historical film by Europeans visiting the Holy Land showing people and environments between...

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Jacob Nammar

Jacob Nammar

Jacob Nammar is a Palestinian author who shares his memories of pre-1948 Palestine and the Nakba in his book Born in Jerusalem, Born Palestinian. In this video, he describes how after his family was expelled from their home and forced into an armed “open prison zone”...

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Breaking the Silence

Breaking the Silence

Breaking the Silence is an organization of veterans who served in the Israeli military and share what they have witnessed and experienced in the Occupied Territories with the Israeli public. The organization stimulates public debate about young soldiers facing a...

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Born in Jerusalem, Born Palestinian

Born in Jerusalem, Born Palestinian

Born in Jerusalem, Born Palestinian (Olive Branch Press) Born in Jerusalem, Born Palestinian is a memoir that shares author Jacob Nammar’s experiences growing up in pre-1948 Jerusalem, being forced out of his family home during the Nakba, and the struggle of living...

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We Are Not Numbers

We Are Not Numbers

Nonprofit organization We Are Not Numbers is a project of Euro-Med Human Rights Monitor and pairs Palestinian writers with international mentors to effectively write and share their stories. These writers show the Palestinian humanity behind the numbers....

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Nadav Gazit

Nadav Gazit

Nadav Gazit is an activist in New York who is renouncing his Israeli citizenship. Announced in an Opinion piece on PrismReports.org, Nadav asserts: “Once you unlearn Zionist propaganda, there is no going back.” He argues that the current genocide in Gaza as well as...

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Miles Meth

Miles Meth

Union organizer Miles Meth recently wrote an opinion piece on Forward.com, a self-described pro-Israel, pro-Palestine, and pro-democracy organization. His op-ed focused on the Boston Workers Circle’s choice to describe Israel’s war of Gaza as a genocide and their...

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Dave Zirin

Dave Zirin

Dave Zirin, sports editor at The Nation, wrote an article linking Zionism and antisemitism in unexpected ways. Dave’s piece is responding to the 2023 decision in House Resolution 894 that equates anti-Zionist sentiments with anti-Semitic statements. He warns that...

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Ronnie Kasrils

Ronnie Kasrils

Ronnie Kasrils, a politician and former Minister of Intelligence Services in South Africa, recently wrote a piece on PolticsWeb.co responding criticism about his stance on Palestinian resistance. In his message to Greg Mills, Ronnie opposes racism, military...

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