The most prominent Palestinian Caricature

While cartoonists might not always receive as much attention as other artists, they play a crucial role in conveying political and social messages through humor and satire. Here are a few prominent Palestinian cartoonists who have made significant contributions over the past century: These cartoonists have used their art as…

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Women and Armed Resistance in Palestine -1947

The period around 1947 was a crucial time in the history of Palestine, marked by significant political developments, including the United Nations partition plan and the ensuing conflict between Jewish and Arab communities. Armed resistance became a notable aspect of the Palestinian struggle during this time. While the focus on…

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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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The 1936-1939 Arab Revolt In Palestine

While British rule in Mandatory Palestine was largely focused on stealing Palestinian land, it also devastated the livelihoods that were integral to the identities of thousands of Palestinians. Despite the gaping wound caused by losing the lands that had long shaped Palestinian national identity, this loss became a catalyst for…

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History Of Palestine

Palestine boasts a rich and extensive history. Initially recorded as Peleset in ancient Egyptian tablets over 3000 years ago, the region between the Mediterranean and the river Jordan holds diverse significance for various peoples. Over the centuries, Palestine has been a melting pot for numerous cultures, kingdoms, and empires, including…

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