Far-reaching compromises by Hamas have been met in recent months with a firm wall of intransigence, both from Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas and from the so-called international community – especially the European Union.
The 100 year anniversary of the Balfour Declaration will soon be upon us.
When Palestinian refugees were massacred in Beirut in 1982, Dr. Swee Chai Ang, a refugee living in the UK, was working as a young volunteer medic in the camp
The Shamasneh family are determined to fight against the injustice inflicted on them and their community.
Europal Forum and MEMO held a joint event yesterday afternoon to welcome a delegation of four Palestinian activists and community leaders from Jerusalem. The event was the first of many for the group, none of whom have been in Britain before. They are scheduled to meet with policymakers and Palestinian support groups throughout the week to raise awareness of the ongoing Israeli occupation.
Leaked local government documents show that UK spy agencies are gathering information on “pro-Palestinian activity” as part of controversial “anti-terrorism” strategy Prevent.
As Rezeq Abu Setta, 39, climbed the antenna tower of a 68-metre-high building last year, he was sure that jumping off was the solution to his problems.
A hidden crisis is unfolding—and the international community is not fulfilling its obligations
The Palestinian Federation of Unions of University Professors and Employees and PACBI, the Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel, are calling on Belgium’s KU Leuven university and Portugal’s INESC-ID research institute to pull out of the EU-funded LAW-TRAIN program.
Ahed Tamimi was just 14 when she rose to international prominence through the release of a video and a series of photos capturing her desperate attempts to save her 11-year-old brother, Mohammad, from the grips of an Israeli soldier in 2015.