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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.”  

Palestinians mark 71st anniversary of Al Nakba

By Ibrahim Hewitt, Chairman of Trustees for Interpal. Featured in Interpal’s May Newsletter.  The Nakba began in 1948, since then millions of Palestinians have been denied basic human rights and continue to languish in legal limbo as refugees and displaced people. Interpal is committed to amplifying the voices and needs…

Palestinian refugees seen during the Nakba in 1948

5 things you should know about the Nakba

Today marks 71 years since the beginning of the Nakba- the mass displacement of more than 750,000 Palestinians from their homes. There are now more than 5 million registered Palestinian refugees struggling with ongoing poverty and deprivation.  Today, on Nakba Day, we’ve listed 5 things everyone should know about Palestinian…