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Khader Adnan’s Last Hunger Strike

Mouin Rabbani London Review of Books
Khader Adnan died in prison on May 2, aged 45, after an 87-day hunger strike. He had been repeatedly held in administrative detention since 1999. Despite vilifying him as a terrorist, Israel never charged him with involvement in military activities.

Nurredin Amro’s Epic Battle To Save His Home From Demolition

Nora Lester Murad The Markaz Review
The writer’s Palestinian friend, a blind school principal, has resisted eight years of Israeli efforts to drive his family out of Jerusalem. Ethnic cleansing is not just the moment of violence when a family is uprooted, or a neighborhood emptied.

Tidbits – May 4, 2023 – Reader Comments: Young Voters; Writers Strike; Corporate Evil – Workers Deaths, Polluters, Private Equity, Crypto Currency, Debt Crisis, School Vouchers; SpaceX Explosion; Portside Cooking Controversy; Lots of Announcements

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Reader Comments: Writers Strike; Young Voters; Corporate Evil - Workers Deaths, Polluters, Private Equity, Crypto Currency, Debt Crisis, School Vouchers; SpaceX Explosion; Portside Cooking Controversy; Lots of Announcements; Cartoons; more

Tidbits – Apr 27, 2023 – Reader Comments: McCarthy’s MAGA Holds Country Hostage; Military Budget, Arms for Israel; Harry Belafonte, Social Justice Song List; May Day in New York; Ukraine What Next?; Fighting for Democracy in the Workplace

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Reader Comments: Young Voters Message; McCarthy's MAGA Holds Country Hostage; Military Budget, Arms for Israel; Harry Belafonte, Social Justice Song list; May Day in New York; Webinars: Ukraine What Next?; Fighting for Democracy in the Workplace

Congress Members Urge Probe Into Use of US Weapons by Israel

Al Jazeera Staff Al Jazeera
A group of progressive Democrats in the United States Congress has called on President Joe Biden to “shift” American policy on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, saying that US aid should not be used to fund abuses of Palestinian rights.
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