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Sakher Abu Dahouk in front of the razor wire of the separation barrier that surrounds his land in Beit Hanina Al-Balad in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. His extended family has moved several times since 1948, as Israel seized territory in subsequent wars, redrew boundaries and built more Jewish settlements. "We still have deeds to our land," in what's now southern Israel, he says. Ayman Oghanna for NPR hide caption

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What Palestinians in Gaza may fear even more than Israeli bombardment

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Palestinian American comedian Mohammed Amer stars in Mo, a new Netflix series out Wednesday. Netflix © 2022 hide caption

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Mohammed Amer's new series explores the tragedy and comedy in the refugee experience

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Mannequins dressed in wedding gowns and wearing protective face masks in Gaza City in March. With wedding halls closed and public gatherings forbidden to prevent the spread of the virus, many couples have celebrated their marriage in alleyways and apartments — so grooms can save the fortune they're normally expected to spend on big parties. Mohammed Abed/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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