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Not 'Clashes' or 'Riots': Here's What's Really Happening in Jaffa

Yara Gharablé and Hana Amoury
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Yara Gharablé and Hana Amoury

In the last fortnight, Jaffa has been lit up by the sparks of revolution, which the Israeli media has consistently presented without context and in a distorted way. To contend with the distorted presentation of reality, we need to examine the events of the last few weeks from the perspective of Jaffa’s historical, social and political context, and to understand that this context is at the root of the matter.

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