Advocating for Palestine

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Amidst persisting narratives and disinformation, this booklet serves as a dedicatedguide to dismantling Israeli propaganda. As we feel committed to providing facts andadvocating for justice, this document aims to equip readers with the knowledge andtools necessary to challenge misconceptions.This booklet outlines effective communication strategies, encouraging advocates toremain calm, factual, and…

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Important Terminology

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Precise language is fundamental, especially with decades of the media’s narrativemanipulation. Israel strategically uses words to shape what people think. Beingcareful with language is essential for having practical, well-informed conversations.It’s not just a “conflict” — it’s occupation and settler colonization.● It’s Occupation and Settler Colonisation; it’s not a “Conflict.”The story…

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Anti-Semitism

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Palestinians are Semites: What is “Anti-Semitism?”:● Anti-Semitism means prejudice against or hatred of “Semite,” people whospeak Semitic languages such as Hebrew, Arabic, and several other ancientlanguages in the east Mediterranean area. The West and Israel deliberatelyseem to ignore the fact that Palestinians are also Semites. That the incitementof violence and…

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Some lesser-known facts about Israel

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The Skin & Organs Theft Scandal● Skin Bank: Israel has the largest skin bank in the world, exceeding theAmerican bank established 40 years earlier despite Israel’s muchsmaller population, and although the vast majority of Israelis DO NOTdonate due to religious beliefs. Israel acquired its world record bystealing skin and organs…

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How the Palestinian funded their revolution

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Great Arab Revolt When the 1936 Revolt began in earnest, Palestinians initiated a countrywide general strike against colonial rule. Though lacking means, they knew that military power alone would not pave the revolutionary path. Supportive social networks enabling prolonged steadfastness were vital. After declaring their revolt and forming the Arab…

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Izzeddin al-Qassam

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Izzeddin al-Qassam was born in Jabla, a town south of the Syrian city Latakiya. His parents were Abd al-Qadir and Halima Qassab. He had four siblings: brother Fakhr al-Din, sister Nabiha, and half-brothers Ahmad, Mustafa, Kamil, and Sharif through his father. Izzeddin married Amina Na‘nu‘, and together they had three…

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