Episode 8: Green Left journalists Ben Radford and Isaac Nellist take you through the latest news from Australia and around the world.
Thousands came out across Australia to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Al Nakba (the catastrophe) in 1948 and call for justice.
Hundreds rallied and marched in Sydney, Gadigal land, to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Al Nakba. Video by Peter Boyle.
Unionists at Ballarat Trades Hall Council (BTHC) marked 75 years since the Nakba. Ron Guy reports.
As we prepare to join the global Palestinian diaspora in remembering the ethnic cleansing of 1948, Folke Bernadotte's personal story illuminates Zionism in action, writes Ken Blackman.
Randwick locals called a protest, with the help of the Australia Palestine Advocacy Network, outside Randwick City Council chambers to call on it reconsider flying the flag of an apartheid regime. Cathy Peters reports.
Respected Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was remembered at free Palestine rallies to commemorate the Nakba in Sydney and Melbourne. Kerry Smith reports.
Justice for Palestine Meanjin has vowed to defy police restrictions on the right to march at next year's rally, reports Alex Bainbridge.
Palestine solidarity activists commemorated the Nakba in Brisbane. Photos by Alex Bainbridge.
Journalists, media workers, writers and commentators have released a statement calling on the mainstream media to improve its coverage of Palestine, including avoiding “both siderism”.
Jews against the Occupation condemns, in the strongest possible terms, the current attacks on Palestinians in Israel, Gaza and the West Bank.
Palestinian solidarity activists rallied in Sydney on May 11, commemorating al Nakba and calling for justice for Palestine.
While the Nakba began with the expulsion of Palestinians from their villages and the destruction of those villages, it continues with sniper attacks on Palestinians in Gaza, encroachment of illegal settlements across the West Bank and extreme limitations placed on Palestinians' movements within and between towns, courtesy of IDF-staffed checkpoints, writes Lisa Gleeson.
Israel’s massacre of peaceful protesters in Gaza on March 30, in which 18 people died and almost 1500 were injured, has spread outrage across the world.