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During my Christmas in Kashmir, stories of survival, resistance, and pain by Michaela Lavis in Toronto Sunday Star, January 5, 2020
And Now What? A realistic approach to the Israeli-Palestinian impasse by Jonathan Kuttab in the Middle Eastern Institution, March 2, 2020
Israel’s Arguments for the Legality of Settlements under International Law by Jonathan Kuttab at the Arab Center in Washington D.C., November 21, 2020
How Trump Drove a Coach and Horses Through International Law by Jonathan Kuttab, the Arab News, April 27, 2019
Children’s Rights by Michaela Lavis
Civil Disobedience by Jonathan Kuttab
The Value of Incorporation by Jonathan Kuttab
Picture of Michaela Lavis interviewing people exiled 30+ years ago from Indian Occupied Kashmir, who live in camps in Azad Jammu Kashmir. December 2020.
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Check out these videos.
A six-part introduction to the history of what is often called the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict. Each under 10 minutes. Less than one hour in total, Jonathan Kuttab provides an easy to understand, yet comprehensive understanding of the history and current situation for the people of Palestine
Videos from Various Speaking Engagements by Jonathan Kuttab