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Kaddish for Gaza

Some Liturgical Ground Clearing

Jeremy Schonfield

publicly in response to the death of Palestinians in 2009 and 2014, but in less prominent locations than Parliament Square. The march over the border to Israel from Gaza was well announced, and was tied closely to President Trump's controversial transfer

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Yousef Abu Amrieh

Abulhawa's novel highlight how idyllic Beit Daras, the village from which the Baraka family immigrated to Gaza, was a favourite place for lovers’ rendezvous. While the epigraphs celebrate Verona and Beit Daras as lovers’ safe havens, the two places

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The 2014 Israel-Hamas Conflict

Repercussions on French Foreign and Domestic Policy

Eve Benhamou

The third Israel-Hamas conflict, which erupted in July 2014, was the longest and deadliest conflict involving the two parties since Hamas's takeover of the Gaza strip in June 2007. 1 The confrontation was preceded by an escalation of tensions

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Holly Thorpe

from my recent and ongoing work that focuses on new forms of youth resourcefulness and activism in damaged and conflicted spaces, particularly in Christchurch, Afghanistan, and Gaza. These are contexts in which youth physical mobilities are highly

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Chava Brownfield-Stein

Gaza-Israel, High-Tech Weaponry, Gender In 2007, Frank Hoffman described the previous year's war between Hezbollah and Israel as “the clearest example of a [conflict featuring a] modern Hybrid challenger” (see Hoffman 2007: 35 ). The Second

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Therese Sandrup

inhabitants reacted to two morally outrageous events: the Gaza War 2008 and 2009 and the escalating Syrian conflict. As I will show, both events created anger and discouragement among many of the residents of the suburb. Two Outrageous Events In 2008 and 2009

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Paul L. Scham and Yoram Peri

of military policing in Israel—that is, in the West Bank and on the Gaza border. The subject seemed somewhat arcane when we started planning it early in 2019, but now, as this issue reaches publication, we find that military policing is closely

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Christine Cohen Park

to suffer from oppressions and infringements of liberty meted out by the occupying power on a daily basis, with no obvious end in sight. Despite this, are there still people in Israel, and on the West Bank and Gaza, I wanted to find out, who hold