A Shared Struggle – stories of Palestinian & Irish Hunger Strikes by Norma Hashim

Book by Norma Hashim – Malaysia Richard Falk’s foreword to a very illuminating collaboration relating the comparative experience of Palestinian and Irish hunger strikers. The collection of essays has been expertly edited by Norma Hashim & Yousef Aljamal, who have previously edited valuable collections of statements by Palestinian political prisoners, including youth, an important often

Apartheid

By Sara Walid El-Araj Apart yet roots deeply tiedAt home yet displacedFamilies separated, dispersedSince 1948 Her figs and her ancient olive treesThe pebbles in her Holy streetsThe sweet taste of Yaffa’s orangesMejdoul dates and stuffed grape vine leaves The mother of faithsMosques and Churches alikeHand in hand, they love and they feelShe gave birth to

Explore Battir; Land of Olives and Vines – Cultural Landscape of Southern Jerusalem, Palestine.

By Mohammed Obidallah – Palestine Ready to discover the unique landscapes of a UNESCO site in Palestine? In the proximity of Bethlehem lies the small town of Battir with its unforgettable landscape featuring olive groves and vineyards. NEXUS Resilient Sustainability organizes tours across the ancient terraces and water systems that have been declared a UNESCO

Shahina Jaffer – On the Labour Party shortlist of Candidates for Lambeth and Southwark seat in the Greater London Assembly elections due in May 2020

By Kaied Omar Ghiyatha, London UK. We interviewed Shahina Jaffer, Candidate who was shortlisted to be the Labour party candidate for Lambeth and Southwark at the coming Greater London Assembly election in May 2020. She said: I am a black woman socialist, living and working in Southwark. I know full well the impact that years