Lebanon welcomes “a new season of unrest”

Protests have turned increasingly violent as living conditions worsen across Lebanon, highlights a new report from ACLED.

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Lebanon welcomes “a new season of unrest”

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Protests have turned increasingly violent as living conditions worsen across Lebanon, highlights a new report from ACLED.

Zionist apartheid extends to online spaces

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Palestinian voices are being silenced on social media platforms, with multiple incidents being recorded on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Older man waves a Palestinian flag in Sheikh Jarrah. Photo: flickr.com/photos/libertinus, taken on April 22, 2011.

Palestine protests: A full timeline of Sheikh Jarrah events

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Since 1972, Israeli settlers have routinely dragged Palestinians out of their Sheikh Jarrah homes and forcibly removed their possessions.

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Lebanon welcomes “a new season of unrest”

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Protests have turned increasingly violent as living conditions worsen across Lebanon, highlights a new report from ACLED.

Zionist apartheid extends to online spaces

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Palestinian voices are being silenced on social media platforms, with multiple incidents being recorded on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Older man waves a Palestinian flag in Sheikh Jarrah. Photo: flickr.com/photos/libertinus, taken on April 22, 2011.

Palestine protests: A full timeline of Sheikh Jarrah events

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Since 1972, Israeli settlers have routinely dragged Palestinians out of their Sheikh Jarrah homes and forcibly removed their possessions.