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There Is a Jewish Hope for Palestinian Liberation. It Must Survive.

Peter Beinart New York Times
When Palestinians resist oppression in ethical ways — by calling for boycotts, sanctions and the application of international law — the U.S. allies work to ensure those efforts fail, which convinces Palestinians that ethical resistance doesn’t work

This Week in People’s History, June 27–July 3

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Newspaper headline: World Court Supports Nicaragua International law? What's that? in 1986. First marches for Gay Pride in 1970. Saving a bridge in 1923. Torturers unwelcome in 1980. Bronx hospital patients first in 1970. Guantanamo opens in 1903. Gettysburg in 1863.

What Is Joe Biden’s Israel Policy, Exactly?

Phyllis Bennis Foreign Policy in Forcus
The Biden administration thought it could muddle through with the usual pro-Israel platitudes, but rising awareness of Israeli apartheid is making that impossible.

Uphold Palestinian Struggle In All Its Forms

Khaled Barakat The Electronic Intifada
Paletinian demonstrators confronting Israeli police. Association with the Palestinian armed resistance and its political parties is not a cause for shame or a justification for repression. The legitimacy of armed struggle to liberate a people from colonial and foreign domination is legally recognized.
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