Galilee

US media erase Israeli state and settler violence

A number of attacks against Palestinians over the past few weeks have been ignored by the American press.

New video art evokes "yearning to return" of Palestinian refugees

“In Your Absence” commemorates ethnic cleansing of Kufr Birim, a Palestinian Christian village in the Galilee.

Train driver calls on every Israeli to "run over" an Arab

An Israeli train driver’s call for the murder of Palestinians is part of a broader pattern of incitement by Israeli politicians and civilians alike.

Video captures execution of Palestinian citizen by Israeli police

The video shows Israeli police shooting 22-year-old Kheir Hamdan in Kufr Kana in circumstances that totally contradict their initial account.

Young Palestinians protect history and heritage in Galilee village

Yara Hawari
Tarshiha
30 October 2014

An annual event helps re-introduce the youngest generation of Palestinians to their history before, during and after the Nakba.

Olive trees burned as anti-Palestinian incitement grips Galilee

Patrick O. Strickland
Tarshiha
17 October 2014

Eight Jewish-only communities surrounding Tarshiha have been allocated considerably more resources than its indigenous Palestinians.

Israel police brutality remains unchecked 14 years after massacre of Palestinian citizens

Patrick O. Strickland
Arrabeh
7 October 2014

The attorney general who ensured there was no accountability for Israeli state violence against protesters in 2000 has now been made a high court judge.

Israel prevents Palestinians from visiting church in destroyed village

Palestinian right of return activists camping in Kufr Birim say Israeli authorities have harassed them repeatedly over the last year.

"I don't like you, death" -- Samih al-Qasim's final poem

Thousands of Palestinians pay tribute to the poet of resistance.

"Resistance" poet Samih al-Qasim dies at 75

Writer set a fine example for Druze community by refusing to serve in Israeli military.

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