Some of the proposed ideas include organizing nonviolent, large-scale protests near Erez, the border between Gaza and Israel. But, such scenario underestimates critical differences between Gaza and Jerusalem.
“Remember 1948. Remember 1967,” Hanegbi said in a post he shared on his official Facebook page. “This is how Nakba begins,” he continued, “don’t try us again because the result won’t be any different.”
The disparity in coverage, the consistent omissions, and the view that Palestinian lives do not merit equal reporting only indicate that, at best, the Times displays systemic institutional imbalance in favor of a false narrative.
A theatrical adaptation of Kanafani’s brilliant novel, al-‘A’id ila Haifa (Return to Haifa), which had been commissioned for production by a major New York theater, was recently cancelled because of pressure from the board.
This month’s Special Focus offers eight Journal of Palestine Studies articles that, together, shed light on the status of Jerusalem and on the consequences of Israel’s heightened repression of Palestinians in occupied East Jerusalem.