Saturday, June 24, 2017

Egypt is sending fuel to Gaza, but the electricity crisis remains very concerning

June 21, 2017

A 40 percent reduction in electricity supply for the Gaza Strip is bound to worsen the existing humanitarian crisis in the besieged territory, leaving Gazans with only two to three hours of electricity per day.


Egypt is sending fuel to Gaza, but the electricity crisis remains very concerning
Egypt is sending fuel to Gaza, but the electricity crisis remains very concerning


Construction plans for new settlements fly in the face of a two-state solution
Construction plans for new settlements fly in the face of a two-state solution
Ten-year blockade puts the lives of Gaza’s cancer patients at risk
Ten-year blockade puts the lives of Gaza’s cancer patients at risk


After 50 years of occupation, Palestine is still steadfast and resisting
After 50 years of occupation, Palestine is still steadfast and resisting





A history of Palestinian mass hunger strikes
A history of Palestinian mass hunger strikes
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Activists remain steadfast at ‘sumud’ protest camp
June 10, 2017
Despite raids and arrests, activists continue their protest at the Sumud Freedom Camp. The Palestinian-led coalition, which aims to establish a new model for Israeli and international solidarity, symbolically rebuilt a village to reclaim the Palestinian residents’ right to live on their land.
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1967-2017: five decades of Palestinian non-violent resistance – part 1
June 07, 2017
50 years on, Palestine Monitor takes a look back at each decade of the occupation and the changing face of civil resistance efforts throughout. In this introduction to our series, we speak with Mazin Qumsiyeh, author of the book ‘Popular resistance in Palestine: a history of hope and empowerment.’
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50 years of occupation: the story of a village trapped at the seams
June 05, 2017
50 years since the Six-Day War began, Palestine Monitor went to Jab‘a, a Palestinian village that was occupied in 1967 and is now located in the so-called “seam zone”, between the Green Line and the separation wall.
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After 50 years of occupation, Palestine is still steadfast and resisting June 13, 2017

Those responsible for the high cost of living in Palestine May 29, 2017

The rise of Palestinian popular resistance May 06, 2017

Reclaiming spaces: in conversation with Bashar And Sami Zarour of Art Siin (Ó) Gallery May 27, 2017

Gaza rolls out the red carpet for third consecutive year May 22, 2017

Tenth Annual Palestine Festival of Literature Fights a ‘Cultural Siege’ May 20, 2017


Eleven Palestinians injured in clashes with Israeli forces after march in support of prisoners

Hundreds of Palestinians gathered in Ramallah, in solidarity with political prisoners who entered their 25th day of hunger strike. Some protesters marched


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