In spite of violent repression, popular support continues to grow for Palestinians facing eviction from the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood and has sparked a new wave of resistance in Palestine
The opposition to Israeli attempts to evict Palestinian residents from Sheikh Jarrah in East Jerusalem to build Jewish settlements has also increased across the occupied territories and around the world
At least six Palestinian families out of 28 in Sheikh Jarrah were asked to vacate their homes after some Jewish organizations filed a case claiming that the land belongs to Jews.
An Israeli court ordered at least 13 out of a total of 28 Palestinian families in the Sheikh Jarrah locality to vacate the houses they have been inhabiting for generations to pave the way for the construction of an illegal Jewish settlement
People across the world have expressed solidarity with Palestinians against the Annexation Plan and Trump’s ‘Deal of the Century’ as moves that would further erode Palestinians historic rights
Peoples Dispatch talks to Arafat Bdarny, secretary-general of the Israeli Communist Youth
Tayseer Khaled of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine writes about the Israeli and Palestinian versions of the Nakba. The Israeli version, despite being based on lies, has dominated global understanding of the events of 1948
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
This week alone, there have been at least four incidents of forced entry by Jewish settlers into the mosque compound. In this video, we take a look at the motives behind Jewish claims.
Palestinian writer Shaden Heib looks at the ‘ongoing Nakba’ in Wadi Salib, a neighborhood in the city of Haifa from where Palestinians were evicted. Palestinians commemorate the anniversary of the Nakba or catastrophe every year on May 15
In this episode, Peoples Dispatch takes a look into the arrest of activists at the the Venezuelan embassy in the United States, commemoration of Nakba, and the march in Colombia in which millions took part.