Nakba

How my grandmother stood up to Israel's occupation

The catastrophe facing Palestinians is not in the past; we live with it every day. 

Forced to leave grapes on the vine: the open wounds of May 1948

Rami Almeghari
14 May 2015

A new book tells the history of an ethnically cleansed Palestinian village.

Palestinians and the dilemmas of solidarity

Joseph Massad
14 May 2015

The end of the Zionist colonial venture remains the precondition for justice and peace for all the residents of historic Palestine.

South Africans apologize over forest planted on Palestinian village

Sarah Levy
5 May 2015

Donors to the Jewish National Fund are often unaware they are helping to conceal the results of ethnic cleansing.

US film about indigenous community links to Palestine reinserts “political narrative”

Filmmakers say it is important to “re-insert the political narrative” back inside discussions about First Nations communities and Palestinian refugees.

Drama and uncomfortable questions at Chicago Palestine Film Festival

Many of the directors and protagonists of this year’s festival happen to be women.

Top Israeli recipient of EU grants is based in occupied East Jerusalem

Diplomats use threadbare reasoning to “justify” their support for Hebrew University. 

How Israel was absolved of Deir Yassin and all other massacres

Ilan Pappe
10 April 2015

This week marks the anniversary of an attack by Zionist forces against a beautiful village in Jerusalem.

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