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Nancy Kricorian 10 Aug 16
Dareeen Tatour, Palestinian poet imprisoned by Israel for social media posts, shares her story
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Simone Zimmerman 🔥 Jan 7
A robust democracy would not feel the need to lock up & lock out nonviolent activists. Period. Human beings challenging oppression are not a threat unless you are an oppressor. Period. Solidarity w
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Ben Jamal Apr 18
A liberal democracy does not jail poets for writing poetry.
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#DecolonisePalestine May 6
In Jerusalem, I dressed my wounds and breathed my sorrows And cried the soul in my palm For an Arab Palestine The words sent Palestinian Poet Dareen Tatour from house arrest to democratic NOT Israel's jail
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Bhakti Shringarpure 2 Sep 16
Great Podcast by w/ Naomi Shihab Nye on campaign to
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JewishVoiceForPeace May 1
Poetry in not a crime yet Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour is being punished for it. It's been over 2 years since her imprisonment and house arrest for social media posts. May 4 we'll hear the verdict from Israel's court.
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JewishVoiceForPeace Dec 17
In Israel poetry is a crime. Court says Palestinian poet won't be released from house arrest via
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Adalah-NY Jun 20
After 32 months of prison and house arrest, Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour expects to be sentenced on June 24 for writing a poem (and two Facebook posts). Israeli authorities now want her jailed for 15 to 26 months.
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alex zucker Jul 28
Everyone should read this. Clear travesty of justice.
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Barâa | براءة Aug 2
The criminalization of creative, peaceful resistance is unacceptable. How can Israel stifle voices of dissent while claiming ‘only democracy in the Middle East’ in the same breath.
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Danielle Ravitzki Apr 27
In one week, on May 3, Israel will announce a verdict in the trial of Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour, held in prison or under house arrest for 2.5 years for a poem & 2 FB posts. 100s of writers call for Dareen's release
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James Murua 11 Sep 17
‘A Poet’s Hallucinations,’ by Dareen Tatour via
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ArtistsForPalestineUK May 2
Resist, My People, Resist Them’ - Tomorrow an Israeli judge will announce a verdict in the case of Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour, detained for 2.5 years for a poem & two facebook posts. Hundreds of writers call for Dareen's release.
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Donal O'Kelly May 1
Poetry is not a crime. Even if you're Palestinian and an Israeli court thinks so. The verb "resist" will resist censorship, with the support of writers and poets everywhere. Resist!
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Adalah-NY Jul 2
PEN Int'l talks to Dareen Tatour, a Palestinian poet and citizen of Israel who has spent over 2 years in jail or under house arrest for a poem
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franny choi Aug 2
A Palestinian woman poet was just sentenced to five months in prison. She’s already served about 3 years house arrest.
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Stolen Beauty 2 Sep 16
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Kamelia Kilawan May 14
Sarah are you following the campaign to ? If so what was your reaction to her conviction and why? Would like if you may tweet your thoughts.
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female:pressure Oct 5
Wild Anima’s new track contribution, and Claudia Wegener’s poem rendering for Dareen Tatour’s campaign on /
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GX Jupitter-Larsen Sep 4
My latest voice/sound piece was done in support of Dareen Tatour’s legal costs. She’s the Palestinian poet sent to jail because of her poetry -
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