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Maps erase Israel, math problems involve Palestinian causality figures, and militaristic images are found in PA textbooks being used in UN schools, report states.
Many Israeli products are popular among Palestinians, including many PA ministries and institutions.
Thousands of Palestinians converged on Rawabi last Saturday to attend the “Rawabi Extreme” festival, which was held under the auspices of the Palestinian branch of the XL Energy Drink Company.
Sweden became the first major European country to make the official recognition of the state.
The children's book "P is for Palestine" has a page declaring 'I is for Intifada,' the violent uprising against Israel.
By MARCY OSTER/JTA
Greenblatt slammed the Palestinian Authority for its “pay-for-slay” policy at the UN Security Council.
By HERB KEINON
Palestinian artists originally planned to withdraw because joint Israeli-Palestinian show was referred to as a collaboration.
Un nouveau projet de loi controversé fait, pour la première fois, la distinction entre la population musulmane et chrétienne. L’avis à chaud des intéressés
By JOANNA PARASZCZUK
The 'Rihleh' app highlights natural hiking and cycling trails across Jerusalem, featuring notable sites in Palestinian history.
The film, set in the Christian-Arab city of Nazareth, will be entered in the foreign language category.
By AMY SPIRO
The cross-country trek is launched after weeks of violent unrest between Arabs and Jews with the goal of creating a constructive dialogue.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
An interview with the intriguing Maysaloun Hamoud, who wrote and directed the celebrated film ‘In Between.’
By HANNAH BROWN
Solomon Kehati and his Adyabo quintet will perform traditional Ethiopian music
with ancient and unique Ethiopian instruments as part of the annual Hullegeb Festival.
By BARRY DAVIS
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