Tag Archives: West Bank

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

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    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. ‘The olive tree is the foundation of the home’

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    November 10, 2013 by Matthew Vickery

      (First published by New Internationalist on 06/11/2013)   I was first told this phrase by a farmer in Al-Walaja …
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  3. The Unsung Heroes of the Israel-Palestine Conflict

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    October 8, 2013 by Matthew Vickery

      (Article originally published on Dissident Voice on 06/10/2013)   Only last month a military strike on Syria looked likely; …
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  4. Palestine

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    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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  5. Mohammed Assaf, Resistance, and the Sacrifice of Profit for Unity

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    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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  6. “They’re Experts at Turning Blood into Money”

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    June 22, 2013 by Matthew Vickery

    I was back in Nabi Salih yesterday, a rural village of around 500 in the beautiful Palestinian hills north of …
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  7. Conflict and El Clasico in the Little Town of Bethlehem

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    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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