Visualizing Palestine debuts with stunning graphic illustrating context of Khader Adnan’s hunger strike

“Hunger Strikes”. Click here for a higher resolution version.

Visualizing Palestine

Visualizing Palesine is new project whose website is yet to fully launch but already they have used their Twitter account to release this amazing graphic. It combines a history of hunger strikes around the world with a factual illustration of what Palestinian political prisoner Khader Adnan must have been going through since he started the 66-day hunger strike that concluded yesterday after a deal to release him in April was reached.

The group tells me via email: “VisualizingPalestine is the intersection of communication, social sciences, technology, design and urban studies for social justice. VisualizingPalestine uses creative visuals to describe a factual rights-based narrative of Palestine/Israel.” As well as their website and Twitter account they have a Facebook page.

They also tell me there are a lot more such projects in the works. Looks very much like a project to keep an eye on.

Updated to add link to full-res version and quote.


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He is author of the bestselling book Weaponising Anti-Semitism: How the Israel Lobby Brought Down Jeremy Corbyn (OR Books, 2023).