The Palestinian struggle at the crossroads between barbarism and hope

The past month has been nothing less than traumatic for the Palestinian people.  The massacre in Jenin, ongoing invasions, arrests, home demolitions; 36 people have been killed, eight of them children. Adam Ayyad, 15, was aware that a Palestinian under Israeli apartheid is always a potential target. The handwritten will he carried in his pocket the day he was shot began with the following words: “There were a lot of things I wished I could do, but we live in a country where realizing your dreams is impossible.” Palestinians are enduring the rise to power of one of the most brazenly racist and brutal governments in the Israeli state’s history. But, however grim the reality looks for Palestinians, this may also be the moment of change. Source

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