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Book Review: The Woman From Tantoura

An unfulfilled desire has no sanctuary other than remembrance. Radwa Ashour’s novel, The Woman from Tantoura (Hoopoe Fiction, 2019), explores the ramifications of memory and how its story is told. 284 more words


Spirit of Return featured in online Palestine art expo

My watercolour painting, “Spirit of Return”, was chosen by rights group Staat Van Beleg for inclusion in an online art expo about the Palestinian Nakba. 11 more words


What makes political achievement elusive for Gazans


The Arab regimes fear the Palestinian resistance, as it may inspire their own people and eventually threaten their thrones
At least 27 Palestinians were killed and more than a hundred injured in the latest escalation the Israeli army carried out against the Gaza Strip. 625 more words


Decolonising the Study of Palestine 71 Years after the Nakba: An Overview

On Thursday night, Professor Abdel Razzaq Takriti of the University of Houston gave an electrifying talk at FOBZU’s ‘Decolonising the Study of Palestine 71 Years After the Nakba’ talk, chaired by Oxford’s Professor Karma Nabulsi and hosted in University College London’s Institute of Education. 1,031 more words


Cross Country Day of Action in Solidarity Against Canadian Complicity with Israeli War Crimes and Apartheid

News Release, May 17, 2019

Tomorrow, Saturday, May 18 people will join together from Victoria, British Columbia to St. John’s, Newfoundland to mark a Cross Country Day of Action… 247 more words


A Land Acknowledgment for Eurovision

Nearly every public event in Canada is preceded by a “land acknowledgment.” A host or organizer will publicly and verbally recognize the specific Indigenous people on whose traditional territory the event is being held. 401 more words

During Protests in Commemoration of 71st Anniversary of Palestinian Nakbah: Israeli Forces Wound 144 Civilians

16 May 2019 — Internationalist 360°

On Wednesday, 15 May 2019, Israeli forces wounded 144 Palestinian civilians, including 49 children, 4 women, and 1 paramedic, in excessive use of force against the peaceful participants in the protests organized in commemoration of the 71st anniversary of the Palestinian Nakbah. 816 more words