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Palestinian Identity:

Palestinian identity has evolved over time as a response to the challenges of displacement and occupation. Despite the hardships faced by the Palestinian people, a collective Palestinian identity has developed and persisted, connecting individuals through shared history, culture, and a common vision of self-determination.

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"The Iron Cage" provides a nuanced and comprehensive historical perspective on the Palestinian struggle for statehood, offering readers a deep understanding of the multifaceted factors and complexities involved in this enduring conflict.

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