نداء دولي للشباب الفلسطيني لدعم الإنتفاضة / Palestinian Youth International Call to support the Intifada

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نحن الشباب الفلسطيني في المنفى ندعو حلفائنا وجميع الفلسطينين أن يهبوا للدفاع عن أرضنا، وأن يدعموا مقاومة وصمود شعبنا في فلسطين المحتله . لقد حدثت اقتحامات وحشية في الأسابيع الماضية في المسجد الأقصى، و بنفس الوقتيقوم الجيش الإسرائيلي والمستوطنون بإعدام الناس عشوائياً ويقومون بتفيذ اعتقالات واسعة للشباب في فلسطين. للرد على هذا العنف الصهيوني يجب أن ندرك أن المقاومة هي العنصر الأساسي للصمود في وجه مشروع التطهير العرقي المستمر للفلسطينين.

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Carrying the Burden of Past Violences: A Comparative Analysis of Transnational Palestinian Youth Movements. A study by Mark Ayyash

Through a comparative study of two Palestinian transnational youth movements, this article seeks to understand how the transnational sphere traverses not just space but also time. I analyze how the Palestinian Youth Movement and the Gaza Youth Breaks Out movement understand themselves as carrying the burden of past violences in their promise to continue the Palestinian struggle and lead it toward a just and peaceful solution. Particularly, I am interested in how these movements interpret and conceive of the violences of 1948 and their continuation in present violences from different temporal, and not just spatial, standpoints. I examine the temporalities from which and to which transnational Palestinian movements speak, as well as how they orient themselves, through backward and forward movements, toward past–present–future. The article highlights how temporal differences form tensions that are often overlooked by transnational scholars and activists.

Khaled Bakrawi – خالد بكراوي

بسم الله الرحمن الرّحيم
ومن المؤمنين رجال صدقوا ما عاهدوا الله عليه فمنهم من قضى نحبه و منهم من ينتظر وما بدّلوا تبديلا”… صدق الله العظيم

بمشاعر ألم شديد و دموع غضب لشعب ذاق المر على مر السنين، و صرخات ثورة من دماء تسيل من أرضنا المسلوبة و مخيماتنا النازفة، تنعي إليكم حركة الشباب الفلسطيني استشهاد الأخ الصديق والزّميل، ابن قرية لوبية الفلسطينية المغتصبة، وابن مخيم اليرموك عاصمة الشتات “الشّاب خالد بكراوي” داخل سجن للنظام السّوري

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PYM Booklet Commemorating 65 Years of Al Nakba, May 2013

The fifteenth of May 2013 marks the sixty-fifth commemoration of the day the oppressive Zionist state came into being. It also marks sixty-five years from the beginning of our collective fragmentation and simultaneous resistance. This current period that we are living also marks a significant shift in our history not only as Palestinians, but as Arabs, colonized, and young people of today’s world. While there are strong sentiments of brokenness and rupture of Palestinian and Arab communities, we also must recognize, reflect on, and celebrate our histories of resistance and use these narratives as fuel for creating a new and strong resistance for our generation and those that follow. While this current period might be among the most difficult to navigate, it also creates flexibility and possibilities for a creative resurgence of a legacy that will lead us to our liberation and return. Read more

Statement by Palestinian Youth Movement on Refugee Camps in Syria on Jadaliyya.com

The Camps Are Above the Siege. In general, the Palestinian refugee camps in Syria, and particularly Yarmouk camp, formed as the capital of the diaspora, are among the largest groups of Palestinian refugees and have been the starting point for many resistance operations, fueling the Palestinian revolution in its various stages and sacrificing many lives for Palestine.

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Tunisia Declaration – Arab Youth Conference for Liberation and Dignity

In commemoration of the Palestinian and the Arab struggle, the resistance against colonialism and the fight against tyranny, and in commitment to the principles of liberation, independence and dignity that we have inherited from generation to generation, the participants of the Arab Youth Conference for Liberation and Dignity, which took place at the invitation of the Palestinian Youth Movement in Tunisia on the 27th, 28th and 29th of December, reaffirm the following:

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