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October 2000 vs May 2021: How Palestinians defied fragmentation – Al Jazeera English

| October 7, 2021

Occupied East Jerusalem During the first eight days of October 2000, Israeli forces shot dead 13 unarmed young Palestinian men during mass protests inside Israel (referred to as the 1948-occupied territories by Palestinians). Termed habbet October in Arabic meaning Octobers popular outburst the protests and confrontations came after the Israeli militarys killing and wounding of Palestinians in the 1967-occupied territories at the outbreak of the second Intifada, or uprising.

East Palestine park renovated to be more accessible to all kids – WKBN.com

| October 7, 2021

EAST PALESTINE, Ohio (WKBN) The East Palestine City Park has been renovated. Its now more accessible for children with wheelchairs or other mobility devices and also offers play options for children of all abilities. Its called the Rainbow Dreamland Playground

Sympathy for Palestine in Congress has rarely been matched by action – The National

| October 7, 2021

A quarter of a century ago, when the two-state solution was still possible and we were optimistic that there was a path to get there, I was co-chairing Builders for Peace (BfP), a post-Oslo project launched by then vice president Al Gore.

New Palestine man who recorded sickbed video urging others to ‘get the vaccine’ has died – IndyStar

| October 7, 2021

Indiana man wound up in hospital, wants everyone to get COVID vaccine Mark Green, a COVID-19 patient regrets not getting vaccinated on Friday, Sept. 24, 2021, at Hancock Regional Hospital, Greenfield Ind.

Palestine’s ‘Cinema Bus’ Aims to Revive Art and Culture in Gaza – Al-Fanar Media

| October 7, 2021

Our Society avoids selecting films that clash with politics and religion, and chooses only films that serve the community and promote positive concepts.

In 2020, Palestine had its worst year in three decades. Will 2021 be worse? – The National

| October 7, 2021

For most of the world, caught in the grip of a pandemic, 2021 has been a year of inching painfully in the direction of progress. For Palestine, it has been a year of a few steps forward, many steps back.

Sacked UK professor: There is ‘campaign to silence supporters of Palestine’ – Press TV

| October 7, 2021

A University of Bristol professor who was sacked last week for his pro-Palestine comments says there is a campaign led by the Israeli regime to silence the voices insupport ofthe Palestinian cause.

A feast for all five senses at the Palestinian pavilion – The National

| October 7, 2021

Follow the latest updates on Expo 2020 Dubai here The sights, smells and sounds of Jerusalem are showcased at the Palestinian pavilion, which has opened to visitors at Expo 2020 Dubai. Augmented reality goggles and scent-releasing urns evoke the atmosphere of the country, and an immersive visual experience mimics a traditional Palestinian feast. These streets saw Prophet Jesus and Prophet Mohammed walking there, and many other scenes The first exhibit in the pavilion recreates the feel of Old City of Jerusalem, with its narrow alleyways and decorative arches and screens.

Highs and Lows: Cougars advance to semifinals; Dragons fall in overtime – Greenfield Daily Reporter

| October 7, 2021

New Palestine's Blake Bobrow defends the net against East Central's Joseph Roden (10) during their sectional game on Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2021

The front lines of antisemitism are in the Diaspora, not in Israel – Haaretz

| October 7, 2021

One of the subjects discussed with great passion in media outlets in the past Jewish year, 5781, and especially of late, is antisemitism.


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