FILM: Palestinians in ‘mixed cities’ recount the horrors of May 2021

FILM: Palestinians in ‘mixed cities’ recount the horrors of May 2021 In a series of testimonies, Palestinians from Jaffa and Lydd recount the terrifying days when settler and police violence overwhelmed their cities. The post FILM: Palestinians in ‘mixed cities’ recount the horrors of May 2021 appeared first on +972…

The imperial roots of ‘shrinking the conflict’

The imperial roots of ‘shrinking the conflict’ Long before Israel paved segregated road networks to maintain the separation of Jews and Palestinians, the British had already laid their foundations. The post The imperial roots of ‘shrinking the conflict’ appeared first on +972 Magazine. Source / Read More: https://www.972mag.com/british-mandate-bypass-roads-palestine/

Journalists Accused Israel of Targeting Them 2 Weeks Before Killing of Abu Akleh

Just two weeks before Israeli forces assassinated beloved Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, the International Federation of Journalists, the Palestinian Journalists’ Syndicate and the International Centre of Justice for Palestinians had submitted a formal complaint to the International Criminal Court accusing Israel of systematically targeting Palestinian journalists. “The targeting of…

Staging exile: A Palestinian refugee epic takes its place in the spotlight

Staging exile: A Palestinian refugee epic takes its place in the spotlight Mona Mansour discusses her play, “The Vagrant Trilogy,” about the choices a Palestinian scholar makes in 1967, and the heartbreaks that follow. The post Staging exile: A Palestinian refugee epic takes its place in the spotlight appeared first…

A funeral brutalized

This article originally appeared in “The Landline,” +972’s weekly newsletter. Subscribe here.Oren Ziv provides a grim account of Shireen Abu Akleh’s funeral and the horrific, heartless, immoral and inhumane behaviour of Israeli police. Here is his article…:I’ve documented my fair share of political funerals, but never have I witnessed what occurred…

In photos: Returning to Palestine’s depopulated villages

In photos: Returning to Palestine’s depopulated villages For the past six months, Ahmad Al-Bazz has traveled around the country, documenting what remains of the hundreds of villages, towns, and cities destroyed during the Nakba. The post In photos: Returning to Palestine’s depopulated villages appeared first on +972 Magazine. Source /…

Shireen Abu Akleh raised my generation. Now, we’re breaking through the dam

Shireen Abu Akleh raised my generation. Now, we’re breaking through the dam Through her voice, her iconic sign-off, and the power of her words, Shireen Abu Akleh taught Palestinians that we have the power to change our reality. The post Shireen Abu Akleh raised my generation. Now, we’re breaking through…

Armed with High Court expulsion order, Israel’s bulldozers arrive in Masafer Yatta

Armed with High Court expulsion order, Israel’s bulldozers arrive in Masafer Yatta The Israeli army carried out the first demolitions in the area since last week’s court ruling, triggering fears of a mass deportation not seen in two decades. The post Armed with High Court expulsion order, Israel’s bulldozers arrive…

The misguided promise of assassinating Hamas leaders

The misguided promise of assassinating Hamas leaders The growing calls in Israel to assassinate Yahya Sinwar are a symptom of a much deeper political crisis, for which Israel only has itself to blame. The post The misguided promise of assassinating Hamas leaders appeared first on +972 Magazine. Source / Read…

Only Palestinians can decide whether to boycott the occupier’s court

Only Palestinians can decide whether to boycott the occupier’s court With Israel’s Supreme Court greenlighting the forced expulsion of Masafer Yatta, the question of whether to ‘legitimize’ the courts has arisen again. The post Only Palestinians can decide whether to boycott the occupier’s court appeared first on +972 Magazine. Source…

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