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Shortlisted: Amin Yassin, Technion, Institute of Technology, Israel

‘The defeat of the Arab city of Palestine marked a turning point in the Arab population’s history and collective memory,’ says Amin Yassin, a graduate of Technion, Institute of Technology in Israel. ‘The surrender of Arab cities made it impossible to redevelop any new urban Arab existence. Rural became the only option.’

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