A limited edition print from Laila Shawa.
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A large Keffiyah from the last Keffiyah factory in Palestine, based in Hebron. Show solidarity and buy one today! Black and white approximately 120cm x 112cm (worn folded)
One side of the scarf says ‘Free Palestine’ the other ‘End the siege on Gaza’ , approx 146cm x 19cm
Wear this 5 cm round badge in support of Palestine – ideal for bags or coats.
Free Palestine t-shirt with Palestinian flag image on t-shirt
Free Palestine t-shirt with Palestinian flag image.
Show your support for Palestine wherever you go. Perfect for travel or oyster cards.
Message inside card:Blank Message on the back of the card: “During Operation Protective Edge in Summer 2014, more than 2,100 Palestinians were killed in the Gaza Strip. More than 11,000 Palestinians were injured, and over 475,000 have been made homeless. Major infrastructure has been destroyed or severely damaged. Israel’s continuing blockade meant that there was nowhere to flee to safety. Israel’s blockade on Gaza continues. Its illegal occupation, violations of Palestinian human rights and its refusal to respect international law are ongoing.”
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Remi Kanazi is a poet and writer based in New York City. He is the author the forthcoming collection of poetry, Before the Next Bomb Drops: Rising Up From Brooklyn to Palestine. He is the author of Poetic Injustice: Writings on Resistance and Palestine and the editor of Poets For Palestine. His political commentary has been featured by news outlets throughout the world, including Salon, Al Jazeera English, and BBC Radio. His poetry has taken him across the US, Canada, Europe, and the Middle East, and he has appeared in the Palestine Festival of Literature as well as Poetry International.
The Palestinian singer, musician and broadcaster Reem Kelani released her second CD in March 2016. Entitled Reem Kelani: Live at the Tabernacle, the album comprises a live recording of Reem’s concert at the Tabernacle, London W11, on 22 November 2012. The concert formed part of Kensington & Chelsea’s Nour Festival, organised that year by Alan Kirwan. The album consists of two CD’s, with almost 80 minutes of playing time.
Where Should The Birds Fly is the first film about Gaza made by Palestinians living the reality of Israel’s siege and blockade of this tiny enclave. It is the story of two young women, survivors of Israel’s Operation Cast Lead. Mona Samouni, now 12 years old and the filmmaker, Fida Qishta, now 27, represent the spirit and future of Palestinians. The film is a visual documentation of the Goldstone Report. But it is so much more. It reveals the strength and hope, the humanity and humor that flourishes among the people of Gaza. Few films document so powerfully and personally the impact of modern warfare and sanctions on a civilian population.