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Once Upon a Time in Gaza

Issue: 2019, Volume 52, Issue 4
Subject: Human Rights|Israeli Palestinians|West Bank/Gaza
Author: Yaghi, Rawan
Issue Description: In this issue we turn to a short story writer to convey the terrible truth of what has been called the world’s largest maximum security prison. Rawan Yaghi is a young Gazan who graduated from the University of Oxford. How she managed the checkpoints to get in and out of Gaza was the subject of her January-March 2018 Link.   Here she lets her characters tell what hell is really like.
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Fact and Fiction in Palestine

Issue: 2019, Volume 52, Issue 5
Subject: Civil Rights|History|Human Rights
Author: Maguire, Gil
Issue Description: Have you read a good novel lately?  How about "The Exodus Betrayal" by Gilbert Maguire. And who is this little known novelist? And what is his novel about?  All this is explained in our December Link, including how to obtain the novel.
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The Checkpoints

Issue: 2018, Volume 51, Issue 1
Subject: Civil Rights|Human Rights|Public Opinion
Author: Yaghi, Rawan
Issue Description: The world's focus is now on Jerusalem.  But, as Rowan Yaghi narrates in our January-March Link, it should be on the West Bank and Gaza. 
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Apartheid Israel

Issue: 2018, Volume 51, Issue 2
Subject: Apartheid
Author: Cook, Jonathan
Issue Description: The Link is doing a series of issues on how the concept of apartheid in international law applies to the different situations in which Palestinians find themselves:  citizens of Israel, occupied West Bankers, imprisoned Gazans, and residents of Jerusalem. This issue examines the status of Palestinian citizens of Israel. Our writer is Jonathan Cook, a freelance journalist who lives with his family in Nazareth, Israel.
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Apartheid West Bank

Issue: 2018, Volume 51, Issue 3
Subject: Apartheid
Author: Kuttab, Jonathan
Issue Description: In 2006, former president Jimmy Carter wrote a book which he entitled "Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid.  In our June-July issue of The Link, Palestinian lawyer Jonathan Kuttab tells why, 12 years later, the president's worst premonition has come to pass.
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The Judaization of Jerusalem / Al-Quds

Issue: 2018, Volume 51, Issue 4
Subject: Jerusalem
Author: Ra'ad, Basem L.
Issue Description: So, why the title “The Judaization of Jerusalem / Al-Quds”?  For one thing, says Basem Ra'ad, author of our Sept.-Oct. 2018 Link issue, the taking of land from one people and giving it to another based on an exclusive blood line is, simply put, racist and the worst form of apartheid.
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Palestinian Children in Israeli Military Detention

Issue: 2018, Volume 51, Issue 5
Subject: Children|Civil Rights|Human Rights
Author: Parker, Brad
Issue Description: The cover photo by Wisam Hashlamoun/Flash90, taken in the West Bank city of Hebron on Dec. 7, 2017,  shows 16-year –old Fawzi al-Juneidi, bloodied, bound and blindfolded, being taken away by over 20 Israeli soldiers.
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In the Beginning...

Issue: 2017, Volume 50, Issue 1
Subject: Anniversary Issue
Author: Mahoney, John F.
Issue Description: The Link is literally 50 years in the making.  We dedicate it to all our readers, past and present.
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Al-Tamimi et al v. Adelson et al

Issue: 2017, Volume 50, Issue 2
Subject: Civil Rights|Courts
Author: Jerome, Fred
Issue Description: The Link has used various venues to tell the story of the Palestinian catastrophe. In “Captive Audiences” by Thomas Suarez it was a musical recital; in “The Grief Counselor of Gaza” by Dr. Eyad Sarraj it was psychiatric care; in “Mirror, Mirror” by Maysoon Zayid it was standup comedy. In this issue it is a Washington, D.C. courtroom.
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Marwan Barghouti and the Battle of the Empty Stomachs

Issue: 2017, Volume 50, Issue 3
Subject: Arafat|Civil Rights|Human Rights
Author: Cook, Jonathan
Issue Description: Perhaps it was fitting that the most significant act of organized mass resistance by Palestinians to the occupation in many years was launched from behind bars.   In April of this year more than 1,500 political prisoners began an indefinite hunger strike against their increasingly degrading treatment by the Israeli authorities. Some called it a prison “intifada,” the word Palestinians use for their serial efforts to “shake off” Israeli oppression.
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