Mahmoud Darwish on Yasser Arafat- Ramallah (photo by GZ) Bypass road north-south - Jerusalem (photo by GZ) Mahmoud Darwish in the presence of absence (photo by GZ) Gilo settlement - Beit Jala (photo by GZ) Wall graffiti by Berlin residents, West Bank, (Photo by CV) Demonstration against the Wall, Bi'lin (Photo by  LS) Drone flying over Khan Younis, Gaza Strip (Photo by CV) Cremisan Road, Beit Jala (photo by GZ) Palestinian artist Larissa Sansour Hisham's Palace, Jericho (photo by GZ) Old city of Hebron (photo by GZ)

Vrouwen spelen belangrijke rol bij verzet tegen bezetting


Palestijnse vrouwen hebben altijd een belangrijke rol gespeeld in het verzet tegen de bezetting van Palestina. Van de Balfour verklaring van 1917, de eerste en tweede intifada tot de BDS beweging nu. Electronic Intifada kijkt vandaag, op Internationale Vrouwendag, terug op hun bijdrage aan de strijd om recht en vrijheid. (Foto: Oren Ziv/ActiveStills)


The 8 March international women’s strike, an international day of action, planned and organized by women in over 50 different countries, is an unprecedented opportunity for feminists to stand against Islamophobia and Israeli apartheid, while supporting Palestinian self-determination.

The strike call for a “feminism for the 99 percent” includes explicit demands for an “anti-racist, anti-colonial feminism,” the decolonization of Palestinian land and the tearing down of apartheid walls, whether they be along the US-Mexico border or in the occupied West Bank.

Those who have endorsed the call include the political prisoner Rasmea Odeh and Angela Davis, a veteran campaigner for justice and a staunch supporter of the Palestinian call for boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) against Israel.


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