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Get 15% off your PalExpo tickets

Palestine Expo is a unique experience, which proudly celebrates Palestinian art, history and culture whilst fostering discussion and activism in the UK. This year, the expo will take place on the 6th & 7th of July, at the Oylmpia, London. Palestine Expo brings people together to celebrate Palestine like never…

Palestinian refugees seeing during the Nakba in 1948

The Nakba: How did it happen?

The Nakba (‘The Catastrophe’) in 1948 marked the beginning of seven decades of Palestinian displacement, poverty and trauma. Palestinians who fled in 1948, and their descendants, now number upwards of 5 million, with the Palestinian refugee crisis being the longest running refugee crisis in the world today. The Nakba was…

Mail and MailOnline apologise and pay £120,000 in damages to Interpal Trustees over false terror and extremism allegations

The trustees and staff of Interpal are pleased to announce that, following legal action led by Adam Tudor and his colleagues at Carter-Ruck, Associated Newspapers, the publisher of the Daily Mail and MailOnline, has published full apologies and paid £120,000 in libel damages to the Trustees of Interpal. We at…

In pictures: helping families in Gaza cope with ongoing power cuts

With only a few hours of electricity a day, many families in Gaza are unable to regularly cook or bake for themselves, forcing them to survive on uncooked food and raw vegetables. We recently provided families across Gaza with gas cookers and cylinders, so they can prepare hot meals for…

A message to donors from Zaheyya Asad, in northern Gaza

A message to donors from Zaheyya Asad, in northern Gaza

“I wish to see you face to face. I want to thank you for your kind support. I want to let you know how I appreciate your generosity and care. I want to tell you how you eased my tough life and how you facilitate the difficulties.”