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Author: Eyal Weizman
116 pages
2016
The village of al-‘Araqib has been destroyed and rebuilt more than nineteen times in the ongoing “battle over the Negev,” an Israeli state campaign to uproot the Palestinian Bedouins from the northern threshold of the desert. 
Author: Noga Kadman
176 pages
2015
An excellent, original, and important work
Author: Umar al-Ghubari and Tomer Gardi
205 pages
08/2013
Awda assembles 12 short stories who will take place in an imagined reality after the return of the Palestinian Refugees. Speakers: Ali Mawassi, Adi Sorek, Makbula Nasar will facilitate the evening. The stories were written by Umar al-Ghubari, Tzvi Ben Dor-Banit, Daniela Karmi, Mati Shemoelof, Isra'a Kalash, Amal Eqeiq Adi Sorek, Yehouda Shenhav-Sharabani, Husam Othman, Hanna Eady, Ala Hlehel and Tomer Gardi
Author: Tomer Gardi, Umar al-Ghubari, Noga Kadman, Aviv gros-allon
509 pages
08/2012
Omrim Yshna Eretz – Once upon a Land – offers 18 tours in Palestinian neighborhoods and villages whose inhabitants were expelled by Israel during the Nakba and largely destroyed.
Author: Edited By: Hannan Hever
200 pages
12/2008
An anthology edited by Prof. Hanan Hever of poems written between January 1948 and December 1958, all of which bear references to the Palestinian Nakba.Co-editors: Moran Benit, Matti Shmueloff, Ayman Siksek and Tomer Gardi
Author: Ariella Azoulay
270 pages
12/2008
Research assistant: Hadas Shnir
Author: Salim Tamari
319 pages
2002
A compilation of essays on the fate of the Arab neighborhoods and villages of Western Jerusalem that were either destroyed or appropriated by Israel during the 1948 war.

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