From Youtube: “To reply to the Gaza youth Manifesto, and with no additional words to the ones spoken with true heart on this video, we give you, The Manifesto. A simple, true, self-explanatory, expression of what we’re sick of.
As these days mark the 63rd memory of the Nakba, our people all around the world, revolt, [...]
“My drawings from the series Landscapes of Desire are inspired by the ruins of Palestinian villages and homes that were destroyed during and after the 1948 ethnic cleansing of Palestine. The images allow me to reflect on an ongoing effort to annihilate a Palestinian culture that refuses to disappear and an indigenous people that [...]
Uri Gopher presents his personal perspective on how it feels to raise a child in Israel, as a Jewish-Israeli who does not buy into his country’s Ethos and who wants no part in the continued self-defeating denial of responsibility to the tragic fate of the Palestinian people. Inspired by the work of “Zochrot” activists.
Quetzal, following their recent recording of “Intifada“, were ironically invited to play a normalization event for the Israeli consulate in LA, to “celebrate” 61 years of Palestinian disposession…
They boldy declined…
To Whom It May Concern:
Quetzal will not be performing at the Fiesta Shalom on May 17th. When first presented with this performance, it was presented as [...]
In this documentary by Maryse Gargour the late 19th century birth of Zionism—and its repercussions for Palestinians—is detailed with original source documents, Zionist leaders’ quotations, rare archival footage, testimonies of witnesses and interviews with historians. All help to illustrate that the expulsion of the indigenous Arab population from Palestine was far from an accidental result [...]