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25 Feb, 2024 05:45

Palestine within? Jamal Kanj, Author of ‘Children of Catastrophe: Journey from a Palestinian Refugee Camp to America’

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‘A single death is a tragedy; a million deaths are a statistic.’ While the provenance of this aphorism is still disputed, it does reflect the desensitizing effect that mass violence has on the human psyche. The bigger or longer the suffering, the harder it is to relate to it. The case in point is the Palestinian question, unresolved for more than 75 years and steeped in many thousands of deaths. What’s the Palestinian story beyond the rising death toll and international inaction? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Jamal Kanj, author of ‘Children of Catastrophe: Journey from a Palestinian Refugee Camp to America’.

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