Will the Extreme Right-Wing Take Control of the Official Chief Rabbinate of Israel?
Although the establishment of Israel in 1948 was led by a predominantly secular and non-religious group, David Ben-Gurion, the first Prime Minister of Israel, was keen to acknowledge the authority of the Chief Rabbinate of Judaism, which had existed since the Ottoman era. He recognized it as a religious reference for Western Jews (Ashkenazi) and Eastern Jews (Sephardim).
Two National Wedding for Palestinians Abroad
The Palestinian National Forum was held on Saturday and Sunday, May 20-21, 2023, organized by the Popular Conference of Palestinians Abroad in Beirut. It was attended by approximately 140 Palestinian national figures from dozens of countries outside Palestine, along with a selection of individuals from within the Palestinian territories and representatives from several Palestinian factions.
75 Years of Pain and Hope... A message from the Palestinian People to King Charles
Days pass by, and with each new sunrise, we live a new story and a continuous struggle due to migration, deprivation, and marginalization.
"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.
Welcoming Benjamin Netanyahu to No 10 is an insult to British Palestinians like me
The government’s mealy-mouthed criticism of the Israeli PM’s increasingly rightwing policies is not enough. He should be persona non grata in the UK