Palestine

A woman wearing a shawl stands looking toward a pile of rubble where her house once stood, holding her child who looks over her shoulder into the camera.

The tented fabric of Palestine’s history

For over 76 years, the canvas tent has accompanied the Palestinian struggle for liberation, both as a symbol of what has been lost and a companion of steadfastness

A cartoon by Mohammad Sabaaneh of a small child looking out the window of her home, which has been completely destroyed except for the wall with the window. It is raining. In the speech bubble in Arabic and English it says "Me too, watching the rain from the window"

I used to love winter

Winter always brought feelings of joy but now all I can think about are the children of Gaza soaked in the cold rain without means of getting warm and dry

Dance of resistance

The dance of oppressed people unites struggles in solidarity against the forces of colonization and tells a story of love, belonging, and strength of the ancestors.

An image of Jesus in the rubble, with text overlay that says #CancelChristmas.

#CancelChristmas campaign

In Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus Christ, Christian Palestinians have decided to forego Christmas celebrations in solidarity with Gazans. We would like to follow this example, and we invite everybody to join us in this.

Voices of H2: Part 4

“The overall atmosphere is one of fear and terror as armed settlers routinely break into homes, shoot at Palestinians, damage vehicles, and assault farmers.”

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