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By: Erik Ader
In June 1936, the Dutch Protestant Reverend Bastiaan Jan Ader got on his bike to cycle to the Holy Land, a daring undertaking in...
Researchers around the world show interest in the unique aspects of settler colonialism and the relevancy of the transitional...
By: Naama Riba
A conservation program to preserve the historic well houses of Jaffa and south Tel Aviv threatens to push Arabs out of the area,...
By: William Gray Dossett
Perhaps Israel’s most well known national myth claims that, after finding Palestine a desolate wasteland, early Jewish...
By: The Nakba Files Editors
Adalah — along with the National Committee of Arab Local Authorities, the Arab Center for Alternative Planning, the...
Ever since the beginning of the Nakba in 1948, Palestinian refugees and internally displaced persons have been struggling to...
By: Umar al-Ghubari / 972 Magazine
Israeli signs in the West Bank not only ignore destroyed Palestinian villages, they also erase those in plain sight.
By: Ofri Ilany / haaretz
The education system, the media and the tourism industry all collaborate in erasing the country's Palestinian...
By: Umar al-Ghubari
The conference lasted two days, on the 21-22 March, in the Rothschild Auditorium of the Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv, on the...