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Ahed Tamimi’s Memoir Poorly Serves the Fight Against the Occupation

Ahed Tamimi, the teenager in 2018 who went to prison for slapping an Israeli soldier, portrays herself as an icon of resistance, but we could have expected deeper insights

It was just an ordinary Friday in the Palestinian village of Nabi Saleh. Residents went out to demonstrate waving Palestinian flags, heading toward the Ein al-Kus spring that has been a flashpoint between local people and settlers since 2009.

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