Tag Archives: struggle

Al-Quds Day “Silence is crime to Humanity”

Islam Times – The last Friday of Ramadhan each year (Friday Oct 20th) is marked around the world as Yaum Al-Quds. Imam Khomeini began this tradition shortly after the Islamic Revolution in Iran, as an annual affirmation of the Ummah’s solidarity with Muslims of Palestine in their struggle for the liberation of Al-Quds. Islam Times […]

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VIDEO | Gazans struggle to cope with cold winter

Published on Jan 8, 2013 Cooking and heating gas distribution stations in the blockaded Gaza Strip were forced to minimize their operation due to a shortage in propane gas. In past months, Israel has been allowing less than a hundred tons of gas in per day, while Gaza needs at least two hundred and fifty […]

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#Palestine: Oppression Will not Work – VIDEO

Nov 26, 2012 by neverbeforecampaign Anyone who knows a little bit of history realizes that when there is situation where a people has refused to surrender and abandon its rights, oppressing it will not work. The only ones who may live in denial of this fact are the oppressor and those who support it. Their […]

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Khreisheh: bi-national state contradict foundations of Palestinian struggle

[ 14/09/2012 – 10:21 AM ] TULKAREM, (PIC)– Hassan Khreisheh, Second Deputy speaker of Palestinian Legislative Council denounced remarks made by a leader in Fatah and Palestine Liberation Organization, Ahmed Qurei, about PA’s willingness to conduct negotiations with the occupation about creating a bi-national state. Khreisheh considered, in a statement to Quds Press on Thursday, […]

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One year after killings: Iraq Burin continues its struggle

By Jonas Webber |  31 July 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank Three days before the start of Ramadan, the small mountainside town of Iraq Burin was attacked by Israeli settlers from the illegal colony of Bracha. The attackers descended from the settlement at 12:30 a.m. and were soon followed by the Israeli military, […]

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“Let The Anarchy Begin” ~ by @YasirTineh

Palestine Telegraph | 07 July 2012 | Yasir M. Tineh Anarchism is generally defined as the political philosophy which holds the state to be undesirable, unnecessary and harmful, or alternatively as opposing authority and hierarchical organization in the conduct of human relations. Savor the above definition as we begin to examine the series of events […]

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Haneyya: The ongoing convoys reflect we are not alone in our struggle

[ PIC 11/06/2012 – 09:24 AM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Palestinian premier Ismail Haneyya said that the solidarity and aid convoys that keep coming to the Gaza Strip reflect that the Palestinian people are not alone in their struggle against the Israeli occupation. Haneyya made his remarks during his meeting on Sunday evening with members of […]

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Video – Civil resistance in Palestine

22 March 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank From Nablus, Palestine to New York City, civilians stand up to the forces of order and privilege. Palestinian villagers confront the Zionist military of the State of Israel in Kusra and Kufr Kaddoum villages near Nablus, the occupied West Bank.  The Jewish international opposition expresses its solidarity with the Palestinian […]

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Roadmap To Apartheid highlights Palestinian struggle

The New Age | March 8, 2012 Zwelakhe ShangaseIn celebration of the international Israel Apartheid Week, two directors have produced a thought-provoking film that explores the parallels between Israel in the present day and South Africa during its apartheid years. Israel Apartheid Week runs from March 5-11 and the film, Roadmap To Apartheid, will be […]

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People’s Struggle For Existence النضال من اجل البقاء – VIDEO

by Alhaqhron Feb 26, 2012 The film addresses the story of Israel’s illegal appropriation of Palestinian land and water resources in the Jordan Valley since 1967 and how Israeli policies, historically and through the present day, seek to minimise the number of Palestinians in the area’. يتناول الفيلم قصة الاعتماد الإسرائيلي غير المشروع للموارد الفلسطينية […]

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Declaring Al-Quds the Capital of Palestine, Arabs and Muslims in Beirut

AL MANAR MARCH 4 2012 Batoul Wehbe Supporting the Resistance in Palestine Committee organized a forum on Al-Quds (Jerusalem) in Resalat Hall, Beirut on Sunday in the presence of political parties and national factions from Lebanon and Palestine. Speeches at the forum, under the title “Declaration of Al-Quds as the capital of Palestine, the Arabs […]

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Grandmother hosts exhibition on joining Palestinian fight

YOUR LOCAL GUARDIAN MARCH 2 2012 Sutton By James Pepper A 69-year-old grandmother who travelled to the West Bank to help Palestinian families has helped curate a new exhibition. Doris Richards, gave the young people of Yanoun – a small community of Palestinian farmers and shepherds – a disposable camera each during her trip, to […]

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UK: Liberal Democrats Dump Rights Champion Jenny Tonge

Palestine Chronicle March 2, 2012 By Stuart Littlewood It was no surprise to read in The Guardian on 29 February that Baroness Jenny Tonge, a Liberal Democrat peer who has given unstinting support to the Palestinian struggle for freedom, had been sacked after declaring that Israel would not last for ever. She rejected an ultimatum […]

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Under siege, life on the Gaza Strip’s a daily fight for survival

Mel Frykberg | New Age Online | Feb 27 2012 Israel’s crippling siege of the Gaza Strip prevents many vital goods from entering the coastal enclave, as well as preventing the 1.5mn inhabitants from rebuilding their infrastructure and economy, which had been severely destroyed following Israel’s devastating war on the territory from December 2008 to […]

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Qalandia Refugee Camp Struggling Amidst Power Outages

Tuesday February 21, 2012 11:28 by Victoria Awad – IMEMC News Jerusalem Governor, Abudallah Siam, and the representative of the Jerusalem Electricity Company, held a meeting to discuss the repeated power outages in Qalandia Refugee camp, north of occupied East Jerusalem, and to try to find a solution ongoing technical and financial issues. Photo (Maan) […]

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