Nakba graffiti in Nazereth. Photo: PRA/Wikimedia Commons
Robert Massoud | Around the world, May 15 is commemorated as Nakba Day. It is the simmering conflict which has tainted 70 years of the world's evolution and interfered with the resolution of many of its problems.
Yves Engler | Israel lobby groups' response (or lack thereof) to NDP leadership candidate Niki Ashton’s recent support of Palestinian rights suggests they believe previous criticisms backfired.
Image: Flickr/Tijen Erol
Colter Louwerse | Canada's historical complicity in the 1948 Nakba and the Harper government's neglect of Palestinian refugees should shame Trudeau's Liberals into action.
Photo: Michelle Weinroth
Michelle Weinroth | Rehab Nazzal held an art exhibit titled "Invisible" which offers an artistic perspective on the legacy of Israel's occupation of Palestine. However, some believe it reflects "a culture of hate."
Photo: flickr/openDemocracy
Jonathan Cook | U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry spent last week testing the waters with Israelis and Palestinians over his so-called framework agreement. But the issues appear more intractable by the day.
Screenshot from 'On the Side of the Road' trailer
Frank Barat | A new film 'On the Side of the Road' by Lia Tarachansky tells the story of the fighters who sought to erase Palestine by perpetrating the Nakba.
Redeye Collective | Nakba is the word Palestinians use for the catastrophe they experienced during the creation of the state of Israel. A new film by Lia Tarachansky focuses on the denial of memories of the 1948 war.
rabble staff | On the 64th anniversary of the occupation of Palestine, the Vancouver Coalition to Commemorate Al-Nakba is organizing to commemorate this date. Watch live Tuesday, May 15, 6PM PST.
Palestinians break Syrian border on day of protests
theRealnews | In a historic, co-ordinated protest at the Lebanese, Syrian, West Bank and Gazan borders with Israel, Palestinian refugees crossed the border, and many were killed.
63 years of Nakba
rabbleTV | Marking the 63 year memory of the Nakba, this Manifesto presents "a simple, true, self-explanatory expression of what we're sick of."