Nakba
US plans embassy in Jerusalem Palestinians file objection to US plan to build new embassy on stolen land in Jerusalem

The objection has been filed on behalf of descendants of the original Palestinian owners, from whom the land was confiscated soon after the creation of Israel in 1948

UN to observe Nakba Day in series of approved resolutions on Palestine

The UNGA approved five resolutions on ‘the questions of Palestine and the Middle East’ this week, including a decision to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Nakba

Fatalities “desirable”: Israeli documents on Kafr Qasim massacre declassified

Israeli Border Police forces killed at least 48 Palestinians in the village of Kafr Qasim in 1956. Now-unsealed court transcripts reveal a deliberate plot for displacement.

Evictions looming for Palestinians in Masafer Yatta following court order

Palestinian villagers face forced explusions and home demolitions as the Israeli military carries out the Abu Aram v. Minister of Defense court order

Nakba Day Palestinians commemorate 74th anniversary of Nakba amid heightened Israeli violence

Thousands of Palestinian refugees from across the world carried out marches and rallies to observe the day their ancestors were forced out of their homes and lands in historic Palestine by Zionist militias in 1948

Across the world, progressive sections observe Nakba

According to UN agencies, there are 6,293,390 Palestinian refugees in the Arab world alone which includes refugees living in occupied Gaza and West Bank.

The Nakba never ended, and Palestinian resistance hasn’t either

Palestinians continue to resist the continued attempts to displace, dispossess, and expel them from their native land by the Israeli state

Palestinians mark Land Day On Land Day, Palestinians renew commitment to right to return of refugees 

Land Day is observed by Palestinians in the occupied territories, in Israel, and by those living abroad as refugees. It symbolizes a collective struggle against the Israeli occupation and the commitment to the right to return

Israel razes Palestinian Bedouin village Al Araqib for 198th time and other stories

Today we look at the demolition of the Palestinian Al Araqib village in Negev, the killing of an Indigenous teen, Jai Wright, in Australia, and more

Israeli forces raze Salhiya family home, violence continues in Negev and other stories

Today we look at the demolition of a Palestinian family’s home in Sheikh Jarrah, a strike by hundreds of social workers in Georgia, and more

Palestinian home demolished in Sheikh Jarrah Israeli forces demolish Palestinian house in Sheikh Jarrah, arrest family members

The Salhiya family house was demolished early in the morning of Wednesday by Israeli security forces who also took over 20 people into custody. On Monday, the family members had thwarted a similar attempt by climbing on the roof and threatening to burn it down

At least 14 killed after Saudi-led coalition launches raids on Sana’a and other stories

Today we look Saudi coalition air raids in Yemen after a Houthi attack on Abu Dhabi, violent attacks on anti-coup protestors in Sudan, and more