1967 War

Palestinians dodge Israeli soldiers to retake village in occupied West Bank

Patrick O. Strickland
Jordan Valley
4 February 2014

Ein Hijleh was forcibly depopulated by Israel in 1967. Palestinians are reclaiming the land, linking it to their history and heritage.

Annemarie Jacir's must-see "When I Saw You" grapples with growing up after '67 war

Sarah Irving
3 June 2013

Annemarie Jacir’s new film When I Saw You features superb acting and a groovy soundtrack.

Israel's wall will destroy my birthplace, Battir

Hasan Abu Nimah
9 January 2013

A world heritage site is under threat from ongoing colonialism.

Murdered for being Palestinian; Wael Zuaiter remembered 40 years on

Sarah Irving
2 October 2011
Janet Venn-Brown was Palestinian spokesperson Wael Zuaiter’s partner for eight years and one of the last people to see him before his assassination. Sarah Irving interviews for The Electronic Intifada.

"Now it's all gone": Women cope with siege in Jordan Valley

Nora Barrows-Friedman
24 June 2011
Israeli military forces have demolished 27 houses in the Jordan Valley in the occupied West Bank over the last two weeks, rendering more than 140 Palestinians homeless. The state of siege in the Jordan Valley has particularly impacted women.

Gaza family exiled to Syria and Libya looks back

Rami Almeghari
Gaza Strip
21 June 2011
Abdelhai al-Khaldi and his family were among hundreds of thousands of Palestinians displaced by the 1967 war, or who emigrated afterwards in search of work. Al-Khaldi and his wife spoke of their life of displacement to The Electronic Intifada contributor Rami Almeghari.

Life in Jordan Valley strangled by Israeli military control

Jillian Kestler-D'Amours
8 June 2011
For Abd al-Rahim Bisharat, Israel’s goal of taking full and permanent control of the Jordan Valley is clear. “Their goal is that they want us [to] get tired of our land and leave it so that they can expand the settlements.”

On Naksa Day, Palestinians carry on popular struggle

Eva Bartlett
Beit Hanoun
6 June 2011
While Lebanon’s Naksa Day demonstrations were prevented by Lebanese security, demonstrations went on throughout the occupied West Bank as well as by Palestine supporters worldwide.

Eyewitness interview: Israel's "blood harvest" in occupied Golan

Jillian Kestler-D'Amours
6 June 2011
Hundreds of Palestinian and Syrian refugees marched yesterday from Syrian-controlled territory to the occupied Golan Heights to mark Naksa Day. Jillian Kestler-D’Amours interviews Salman Fakhreddin, a rights activist in the Golan Heights, on the significance of yesterday’s march.


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