The British author visited the Sheikh Jarrah protest - but also intends to receive the Jerusalem Prize for Literature from the patron of the city's settlers, mayor Nir Barkat The celebrated British author Ian McEwan joined today the weekly protest in the neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah, where Palestinian families have been evacuated from their homes to make room for Jewish settlers. Ironically, McEwan arrived to Israel to receive the Jerusalem Prize for Literature from the hands of the city's mayor, Nir Barkat. Mayor Barkat is one of the driving forces behind recent attempts to expand Jewish settlements and housing projects…Read More... | 6 Comments
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Last Metro to Taksim
Yuval Ben-Ami reports from Istanbul.
Reports, maps, infographics and other documents on human rights and democracy.
Children under occupation
The effects of occupation on minors.
On the challenges facing a growing population of asylum seekers and refugees in Israel.
A series of striking infographics.
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