Tag Archives: Bethlehem

  1. ‘O little town of Bethlehem’: A world of collective punishment


    January 3, 2014 by Matthew Vickery

      It is a city that many people know very little about in a modern context, yet as Christmas Day …
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  2. Palestine


    October 5, 2013 by Matthew Vickery

    Having been inspired by recent photos I have come across on WordPress, I felt compelled to share my own. The …
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  3. Mohammed Assaf, Resistance, and the Sacrifice of Profit for Unity


    June 23, 2013 by Matthew Vickery

    I am not really a fan of reality TV shows, nor do I necessarily see much point in them, but …
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  4. Conflict and El Clasico in the Little Town of Bethlehem


    June 20, 2013 by Matthew Vickery

    (Article originally published by FourFourTwo Magazine in their October 2012 issue) On October 7th all eyes will be on the city of …
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Matthew Vickery

Matthew Vickery

Socialist, Feminist, Anti-Racist, Pro-Equality. Former journalist in the West Bank, and an infrequent writer published on unheard of, and frequently ignored, outlets.

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