'Coexistence? We Need Jewish-Palestinian Co-resistance'

'The coexistence between Jews and Palestinians is like a man who beats his wife at home, yet they look like a perfect couple on the outside,' says Tamer Nafar, Israel's most successful Palestinian rapper

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Sheren Falah Saab
Sheren Falah Saab
Sheren Falah Saab
Sheren Falah Saab

On a cold night in January, Tamer Nafar drove to his home in Lod from Haifa. When he reached the entrance to the city, he found it blocked by police vehicles. That was not an especially rare sight, and the popular Palestinian rapper and social activist imagined that yet one more victim of violence had joined the statistics. Except that this time, the murder victim was his childhood friend Hussein Issawi, 42. Issawi had been shot at close range and evacuated by relatives to Shamir Medical Center in Tel Aviv, where he was pronounced dead.

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