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Palestinian Human Rights Lawyer Raja Shehadeh

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Palestinian Human Rights Lawyer Raja Shehadeh

Palestinian Human Rights Lawyer Raja Shehadeh

Palestinian Human Rights Lawyer Raja Shehadeh

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Shehadeh is the author of the new memoir When the Birds Stopped Singing: Life in Ramallah Under Siege. His previous book is the memoir, Strangers in the House: Coming of Age in Occupied Palestine. Shehadeh is a founder of Al-Haq, a pioneering, nonpartisan human rights organization.

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