Palestinian Actress Decries 'Ethnic Cleansing' After Win at Israeli Oscars

In a speech read out by director, 'Let it Be Morning' actress Juna Suleiman laments 'ongoing colonialist traditions of erasing historic identities'

Nirit Anderman
Nirit Anderman
Nirit Anderman
Nirit Anderman

The winner of the best leading actress award at Israel's equivalent of the Academy Awards said she could not enjoy her win because of “ongoing ethnic cleansing.”

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