Resistance continues at Al Khan Al Ahmar

A few words by human rights activist Abdallah Abu Rahma alongside British – Israeli human rights activist Angela Godfrey-Goldstein on resisting the demolition of the Bedouin village of Khan Al-Ahmar. Various Palestinian and International activists had been camping out in the village to protest in forms of non-violent resistance by placing their bodies in front of bulldozers and resisting skunk water. I found this really … Continue reading Resistance continues at Al Khan Al Ahmar

Occupied Palestine 2018 – An Overview

  A short compilation video about my recent visit to Palestine to highlight my main observations and to help explain why I was there. Places visited include: Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Al Khan Al Amar, Nabi Saleh, Ramallah and Hebron. These are all my own photos and video of things I witnessed with my own eyes. Please watch and share. Thank you. – Airport detainment and interrogation. … Continue reading Occupied Palestine 2018 – An Overview

Jerusalem – Segregation in the Holy Land

Jerusalem – one of the oldest and holiest cities on Earth, important to three of the world’s major religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam, but recognized by everyone. It’s without a doubt one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen. Home to Temple Mount, Western Wall, Al-Asqa Mosque, Dome of the Rock and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. The atmosphere is spiritual, walking the … Continue reading Jerusalem – Segregation in the Holy Land

Apartheid in Palestine and Israel

I didn’t know much about the segregation in Palestine before I was actually there experiencing and feeling it for myself. There is no doubt in my mind that what I saw can correctly be described as apartheid, as famously said by Nelson Mandela. In fact the Palestinians are using the similar model of non-violent resistance in Palestine as was used in South Africa to achieve freedom … Continue reading Apartheid in Palestine and Israel

Dheisheh Refugee Camp, Palestine

The thought of having a refugee camp for Palestinians IN Palestine is something that dumbfounded me at first, I mean this is their country how can they possibly be displaced in their own homes? To my surprise I found out the sad reality of refugee camps are scattered across Palestine, providing homes to the many expelled Palestinians. Defined by the UNRWA (United Nations Relief and Works … Continue reading Dheisheh Refugee Camp, Palestine

Hebron – The Militarized Civilian ‘Ghost’ Town (My visit to Hell on Earth)

The, ‘Ghost Town’ of Palestine – Hebron I had heard the city Hebron mentioned a lot in the news over the years,  so I knew a lot happened there, but I didn’t know what exactly. I didn’t  know what to expect on going there but I can honestly say, it has to be the most devastating places I have ever been in my life. Surprisingly so as … Continue reading Hebron – The Militarized Civilian ‘Ghost’ Town (My visit to Hell on Earth)