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Andreas Fagerbakke 30 Jan 18
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Shazzy Jan 3
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Biltaji 6 Aug 14
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Demosthenes al-Athir 22 Jul 14
Before 1917 Palestinians had no civil rights and were not considered an ethnicity by the Ottomans.
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S. Kanaaneh May 23
Herodotus writing in the 5th century BC relates a story from Phoenicians of that time that they believed they came from the Persian Gulf. Where this story came from is lost, but we know from genetic studies that they didn't come from the Gulf.
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Reemy QA 12 Mar 16
The Amazing play should go on world wide tour
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zagroot 19 Jun 15
1847 painting of by Hubert Sattler
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S. Kanaaneh May 23
Here & in his other passages, Herodotus in the 5th century BC notes that there weren't any unusual religious practises, such as monotheism, except circumcision.
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fidaawishah 7 Nov 15
Mirroring something you know?! "ethnic cleansing is an effort to render an ethnic...
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zagroot 23 Sep 15
1930 photo of Dodge car rental in
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EarthStation1 Mediaoutlet 30 Apr 17
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Akseeb Jawed 1 Feb 16
After i hope the world will observe a month or maybe a whole year for the as well.
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zagroot 27 Jun 15
1939 Soccer match: Australia vs Palestine
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Last Days Watch 30 Jun 17
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🇺🇸MarebearPatriot 🇺🇸 Jul 15
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(((Joel Leyden))) Jul 7
The USA Women's soccer team (which is all Palestinian) just won the World Cup beating infidels Netherlands 2-0.
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Muslim Journal Jun 21
First Palestinian museum in Washington, DC, opens
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S. Kanaaneh May 23
"In front of the sanctuary [of Artemis at Aulis, Boiotia] grow palm-trees, the fruit of which, though not wholly edible like the dates of Palestine, yet are riper than those of Ionia." – Pausanias (Greek travelogue), c. 110 – 180 AD.
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Quds News Network Jan 31
An abandoned mosque, the Mosque of Zaher al-Omar (built in 1743), in the city of Tiberias (occupied by Israel since 1948). .
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P21 Gallery Dec 12
Design and embroidery by Jan Chalmers, part of The Palestinian History Tapestry exhibition until 22 November 2018
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