Muayad Alayan says his debut feature film Love, Theft and Other Entanglements attemps to “gives the stage to the characters and the story.”
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“It is really important for Jews everywhere to start to take these types of actions,” says a young Connecticut activist.
Tariq Abukhdeir said that his attackers must be held accountable.
Physicians say that with a lack of reliable electricity in Gaza, patients are put at risk.
Student senators at Marquette University removed from a resolution all references to Palestine and companies that profit from Israel’s occupation.
Professors join NYU students in their growing campaign to demand that tuition dollars not be spent to systematically deny Palestinians their rights.
Durham County had joined the boycott of South African goods during the 1980s apartheid era, and current campaigners were able to “use that as precedent for them taking action on G4S.”
Filmmakers say it is important to “re-insert the political narrative” back inside discussions about First Nations communities and Palestinian refugees.
Dr. Basman Alashi of al-Wafa hospital and Palestinian-Canadian pediatrician Dr. Rand Askalan discuss the immediate and long-term needs of injured, disabled and traumatized children in Gaza.
The issues of the Israeli occupation, mass incarceration and environmental justice “are all connected,” says a student.