Taqwa Nedal Abu Kmeil
The Apartheid Wall: Separation, Injustice, and the Struggle for Palestinian Rights
The apartheid wall, also known as the Israeli West Bank barrier or separation barrier, is a physical barrier constructed by Israel in the West Bank. It was built as part of a larger Israeli security plan during the Second Intifada, an intensified Israeli-Palestinian conflict that began in 2000. The barrier combines fences, concrete walls, barbed wire, watchtowers, and military roads.
Zionist violations against Palestinian journalists
The Israeli occupation has been implicated in several violations against journalists in the occupied territories. These violations include the frequent detention and obstruction of journalists, physical assaults resulting in injuries, and targeting journalists during protests and conflicts.
"Israel" –Senseless Crimes, Nameless Victims
Following the Palestinian Nakba in 1948, many Palestinian families were forced to flee their homes and leave behind loved ones killed in the Nakba. For decades, the bodies of these Palestinians were buried in mass graves scattered throughout occupied Palestine.
Demographic Shift: Palestinian Christians under Israeli Occupation
The Christian population in Palestine is decreasing rapidly, and the world's oldest Christian community is relocating to other places due to Israel’s occupation.