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Expelled for Life: A Palestinian Family's Struggle to Stay on Their Land


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Expelled for Life: A Palestinian Family's Struggle to Stay on Their Land

Jen Marlowe

Nasser Nawaj’ah held Laith’s hand as, beside me, they walked down the dirt and pebble path of Old Susya. Nasser is 33 years old, his son six. Nasser’s jaw was set and every few moments he glanced over his shoulder to see if anyone was approaching. Until Laith piped up with his question, the only sounds were our footsteps and the wind, against which Nasser was wearing a wool hat and a pleated brown jacket.

“Why did they take our home?” the little boy asked.


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"mass displacement " . The author should write, " Violent ethnic cleansing" as the more accurate term.


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It's great to see an article on CD about the violence of Israeli settlers against the Palestinians, their land, and their animals in the Occupied Territories. It's something I've rarely seen covered, even in the alternative media. We need to see more articles on this subject, IMO, and it's too bad this one has received so few views and responses.