I have visited Muhammad around sixty times. But it is only now that we begin to really talk to...Read More
About the Author
Mats Svensson, a former Swedish diplomat working on the staff of SIDA, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, has been following the ongoing occupation of Palestine since 2003. He is the author of Crimes, Victims and Witnesses: Apartheid in Palestine (Real African Publishers) and the his latest Apartheid is a Crime: Portraits of Israeli Occupation (Cunepress, 2020). Visit his Facebook page and contact him at [email protected].
It is early evening in Ram, a neighborhood in the outskirts of Jerusalem. The workers are on their way home to their families. The queue is long. I am sitting in my Audi, in the diplomats’ queue. I am alone, there’s...Read More
Tor Sellström has, in his work, documented what Sweden did to fight apartheid in southern Africa. South African researchers have now found signs of apartheid in Palestine. But how do we use this knowledge? How does the world react?Read More
The participant was silent when Mavivi as her last point spoke about the struggle in southern Africa and the need for unity, and unity behind a strategy. To work towards a common goal.Read More
We hear the sound of choppers. Three helicopters slowly approach us from the north. We see the couple playing beach tennis stop for a short while and look up at the three large birds, writes Mats Svensson in an eyewitness account from Tel Aviv.Read More
I bet with my Israeli friend that the international community will ask Palestinians for forgiveness by the 90th anniversary of the Nakba, the large catastrophe when Palestinians were expelled from 418 villages.Read More