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Reporting from Ramallah: An Israeli Journalist in an Occupied Land (Semiotext(E) Active Agents Series)

This book is about Amira Hass
"Reporting from Ramallah: An Israeli Journalist in an Occupied Land" unveils the piercing insights of Amira Hass, an Israeli journalist who has made the bold choice to live in Ramallah amidst the people she reports on. Published in 2003 and awarded the UNESCO Guillermo Camo World Press Freedom Prize, this book offers a unique vantage point into the daily struggles and realities of Palestinians, a perspective seldom seen through Israeli eyes. Hass, a daughter of Holocaust survivors, positions herself not just as a reporter but as an "expert in Israeli occupation," committed to uncovering the harsh truths of military dominance and unchecked settlements. Her narrative is a crucial read for college students and academics interested in immigrant rights, racial justice, and indigenous rights, providing a profound look at conflict and coexistence in one of the world’s most fiercely disputed territories. Hass’s relentless pursuit of justice and truth challenges readers to reconsider narratives of nationalism and identity.
Published by Semiotext on January 1, 2003
209 pages
ISBN: 9781584350194
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