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What a ‘Free Palestine’ Means in Practice

14.5.24

Imagine that the campus protesters got their wish tomorrow: Not just “Cease-fire Now” in Gaza, but the creation of a “Free Palestine.” How free would that future Palestine be?

The New York Times

The article discusses the potential consequences of creating a "Free Palestine" and the current state of freedom for Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza. It addresses the mistreatment of Palestinians by Israel, but also delves into issues within Palestinian politics, particularly regarding Hamas and their oppressive tactics. The author argues that a Palestinian state led by Hamas would not improve internal governance and could potentially lead to harm for Jews living in the region. The author also criticizes Western activists for supporting movements that have resulted in harm and violence in the past.

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