Newsclick Production, May 15, 2013
Newsclick commemorates Nakba Day by paying tribute to two farmers in the Occupied West Bank who have been fighting for their right to their fields, homes and livelihood.
Newsclick, May 15, 2013
Palestinians commemorate Nakba Day on the 15th of May every year.
Newsclick Production, April 18, 2013
In an interview with Newsclick, Sahar Francis from Addameer discusses administrative detention, deportation, human rights violations and the role of the 2012 hunger strikes in garnering global attention and support for the Palestinian Prisoner's Movement among other related issues.
Githa Hariharan, April 17, 2013
A Father of Struggle: The Story of Abu Nidal
In March 2013, two of us from the Newsclick team visited an extraordinary man in an extraordinary situation. The man’s name is Hani Amer, but his eldest son is called Nidal, or struggle. So he is Abu, father of, Nidal.
Githa Hariharan, April 8, 2013
Farmer Abu Jamal and the Zionist Fantasy of the Moses Tank.
Newsclick Production, April 3, 3013
On March 30, 1976, Palestinians protested against Israel's plans to occupy thousands of acres of Palestinian land in Galilee. Six Palestinians were gunned down by the Israeli army and police, and hundreds wounded in the confrontation. Since 1976, every year, Palestinians around the world commemorate March 30th as "Land Day" - a day to announce to the world their ever-lasting ties with the land that Israel expropriated. For the new generation of Palestinians, the day also signifies a call for an effort to emancipate themselves from Israel's domination and its discriminatory policies towards them. It is a call for land, freedom and equality.
Dahr Jamail, March 28, 2013
In the lead-up to the war in Iraq, President George W. Bush made a promise. “The Iraqi people can be certain of this,” he said. “The United States is committed to helping them build a better future.”
Neve Gordon, February 4, 2013
Adam Shatz, Courtesy: lbr blog, January 28, 2013
Bab al-Shams was no ordinary village, but a tent encampment set up by Palestinian activists, a number of them veterans of the Popular Resistance Committees who have been organising weekly demonstrations against the ‘separation fence’ in the villages of Bil’in and Nil’in.
Courtesy: Jadaliyya, January 14, 2013
A Lecture by Mahmood Mamdani This lecture was delivered on 6 December 6 2012 at Princeton University for the 10th Annual Edward W. Said '57 Memorial Lecture.