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Palestinian prisoners are damned to a prison system that perpetuates their reality as second-class citizens in Israel. From women being forced to conceive inside prisons to the increasing phenomenon of child prisoners, Palestinians are without mercy.
Under occupation, Palestinians are forced to endure second class citizenship inside and out of the penal system. But they continue to be deprived of the most basic medical assistance whilst incarcerated, in flagrant violation of international law.
Constant Israeli assaults have led Gazan women to be forced to reconsider motherhood, due to the tragic realisation that their offspring may not survive childbirth. This has led to the worsening of women's mental health in the embattled enclave.
As the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza issues fresh warnings of a COVID spike and increased Israeli restrictions impede upon their ability to save Palestinian lives, healthcare workers in Gaza fear for their mental health.
From fiction and short films to documentary and real-life, Palestine Cinema Days showcased a rich, diverse and unique selection of Palestinian, Arab and international movies this year.
Netflix has launched 32 Palestinian films on its platform under the collection Palestinian Stories many of which will be broadcast globally, in a step well-received by Palestinian directors and audiences.
Book Club: The first collection from a young Palestinian poet battling Israeli domination, Rifqa teaches a global audience about both the stark reality of occupation and the life of its inspirational namesake.
Noam Ohana, an investor and former Israeli army special forces volunteer, served as a company director at Boiler Room, a company with a pro-Palestine stance, for seven years.
In late October, Palestinians in the West Bank town of Mazraa Gharbiyah accessed their lands with an Israeli army's permit to harvest their olives only to find that Israeli settlers had destroyed some 300 olive trees during their forced absence.