On the second anniversary of the massacre of Palestinians during the Great March of Return, over 400 artists, musicians, writers and cultural practitioners backed Amnesty International’s call for an arms embargo on Israel
This year, despite the COVID-19 quarantine, Palestinians across the world will mark the Nakba
May 15 is Nakba Day, which marks the death of thousands of Palestinians and the forced exile of many more during the formation of Israeli in 1948. To this day, the Palestinians living under occupation continue to resist the apartheid policies of Israel
Due to the coronavirus outbreak, Palestinians took to social media to post pictures of victims of Israeli violence during the Great March of Return protests. They also raised the Palestinian flag from the balconies of their homes
16-year-old Fahd al-Astal was shot by Israeli forces in the stomach as he was protesting along the Israel-Gaza border fence
We will look at these protests and movements which represent the struggle of people against oppression and for building a better world.
The injured include 43 children, 1 woman, 2 paramedics and 1 journalist. Friday was the 80th week of the protests along the Gaza-Israel border.
We also report on the issue of wage hike raised by South African security guard unions.
According to the Campaign Against the Arms Trade (CAAT), the British government had approved the sale of weapons and military equipment worth USD 17.8 million to Israel in 2018.
In this episode, we look at the killing of three Palestinians by Israeli forces, the symbolic funeral of the Okjokull glacier in Iceland and the feminist protest in Mexico against gender-based violence.
Nabd Youth Forum takes a look into the deal, its ramifications on the everyday lives of Palestinians and what it means for the future of Palestinian cause.
The protesters are demanding the right to return to their homeland from which they were expelled by Israeli militias in 1948.