Tagged: Refugees

#Marking50 Series: Manal Videos
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#Marking50 Series: Manal

“I am Palestinian and I’m going to stay Palestinian forever. It doesn’t matter where I live or what passport I carry.” Displaced by Israel during the Naksa in 1967, Manal grew up as a refugee in Jordan. Today, Manal lives in Brooklyn and remains active on Palestinian, undocumented, Muslim, and Arab women's rights locally.

on June 26, 2017
After 70 Years of Dispersion: Number of Palestinian Refugees Multiplied by Six Times News Roundup
Palestinian News Network (PNN)

After 70 Years of Dispersion: Number of Palestinian Refugees Multiplied by Six Times

Almost 70 years since the Nakba, the Palestinian uprooting and forceful expulsion from their home and country following the creation of Israel, the number of displaced Palestinians who became refugees has increased by six times, the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS)...

on June 20, 2017
50 Years of Israeli Military Rule, 70 Years of Palestinian Dispossession Fact Sheets
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50 Years of Israeli Military Rule, 70 Years of Palestinian Dispossession

The policies of discrimination and displacement that Israel has implemented against Palestinians in the lands it has military occupied since the 1967 war are part of a larger program of dispossession of Palestinians dating to Israel’s establishment in 1948 and encompassing Palestinians citizens of Israel as well.

on June 8, 2017
Israeli Restrictions on Palestinian Movement Fact Sheets
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Israeli Restrictions on Palestinian Movement

Using a variety of methods, Israel imposes severe restrictions on Palestinian movement within and to and from the occupied territories. These policies cause serious hardships for millions of Palestinians, preventing them from getting to work, school, accessing medical care, visiting family and friends, and severely hampers the Palestinian economy.

on June 6, 2017
#Marking50 Series: Fadwa Khalil Videos
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#Marking50 Series: Fadwa Khalil

Fadwa Khalil was 9 years old when Israel occupied the West Bank, pushing her family out of their home. It was the second time her family was displaced, after Israel forced them out them as part of the ethnic cleansing of 1948.

on June 5, 2017
Young Palestinian Dancers Tell Stories of Resistance News Roundup
Nora Barrows-Friedman, The Electronic Intifada

Young Palestinian Dancers Tell Stories of Resistance

A group of young dancers and rappers from the Dheisheh refugee camp in the occupied West Bank are on tour, bringing original music, hip-hop and dabke folk dance to audiences across the US.

on March 22, 2017
Gaza Is Outwardly Rebuilding, but Inwardly Fearful News Roundup
Ian Fisher, The New York Times

Gaza Is Outwardly Rebuilding, but Inwardly Fearful

In her new home, finally finished after she lived two years in a trailer across a dirt road, Samaher al-Masri, 40, showed a video on her cellphone of a cute preschooler: her son Majdi.

on February 21, 2017
Women’s March Organizer Linda Sarsour: “We Need to Translate the Emotions and Frustrations of… News Roundup
Meredith Clark, Glamour

Women’s March Organizer Linda Sarsour: “We Need to Translate the Emotions and Frustrations of…

Linda Sarsour has had a busy few weeks. As the executive director of the Arab-American Association of New York and one of the cochairs of the Women's March on Washington, the organizer and activist...

on February 2, 2017
Trump Immigration Executive Order: Here’s What It Means for Muslims in the US and Abroad News Roundup
Sarah Harvard, Mic

Trump Immigration Executive Order: Here’s What It Means for Muslims in the US and Abroad

The Los Angeles Times published a draft copy of President Donald Trump's expected executive order on immigration on Wednesday. The executive order, which is expected to be signed on Thursday or Friday...

on January 25, 2017
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