Masar Badil: The Palestinian liberation struggle movement that dare speak its name

Now that news about Masar Badil is beginning to surface, some Palestinians and their allies may be a bit confused. How does this movement differ from initiatives out there, such as the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement (BDS) and the One Democratic State Campaign (ODSC), that have already achieved some traction on the international scene?




Palestinian and righteously angry

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Palestinian and righteously angry

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