Safeguarding Palestinian History

A new West Bank museum will curate Palestine’s heritage BY Maher Abukhater On top of a hill not far from the West Bank City of Ramallah, where on a clear sunny day one can see the Mediterranean, sits a curiously shaped building. The $28 million stone and glass terrace-shaped structure is the new Palestinian Museum, which

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Memories Of A Distant Era

A Nakba survivor recalls being forced out of her home 68 years ago by the Israelis By Sami Abu Salem Between May 2016 and May 1948 are two very different images of Palestine, a country which has, over the past 68 years, suffered from wars and division. Today, native Palestinians live as refugees, while Israeli

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