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Free Palestine & Right of Return

Free Palestine Song

Published on Jul 13, 2014

Since the massacre in Palestine and Gaza has been really bad lately, should I Raise Awareness with another song or does anyone have any other ideas? Please post your thoughts.

Israeli Jews: What do you think about the Palestinian right of return?

Published on Dec 17, 2012

Want to know what Israelis and Palestinians in the Middle East really think about the conflict? Ask a question and I will get answers.

People ask Israeli Jews questions. I go out and ask random people to answer. Denice from the USA asks “What do Israeli Jews think about the Palestinian right of return?”

The Doha Debates on the Right of Return for Palestinians

Uploaded on Apr 24, 2011

“This House believes the Palestinians should give up their full right of return”

Vote Result: The motion was rejected

Speaker Biographies

This Debate was broadcast on BBC World on April 14th and 15th, 2007

The Doha Debates are a public forum for dialogue and freedom of speech in Qatar.

Each month, invited speakers debate the burning issues of the Arab and Islamic world in front of an audience who are encouraged to participate by asking questions. The Debates are chaired by the internationally renowned broadcaster Tim Sebastian, formerly of the BBC’s HARDTalk programme.

Palestinian Right of Return – Norman Finkelstein

Uploaded on Apr 20, 2010

Part 2:

Israel and Palestine: Roots of Conflict, Prospects for Peace
Speaker- Norman Finkelstein
Recorded in the Ford Auditorium on December 11th, 2008 at Case Western Reserve University.

Sponsored by The Hallinan Project for Peace and Social Justice


Right of Return – Doc Jazz

Uploaded on Dec 17, 2011

Music video by Doc Jazz, for the song ‘Right of Return’, released on December 17th, 2011.

This song is a musical response to the words of Ben Gurion he spoke in 1948 about the expulsion of over 800,000 Palestinians from their homeland:”The old will die, and the young will forget”.

This song shows the world that the young have not forgotten, and will not forget. They have kept their Palestinian identity alive, and their determination to never abandon their inalienable Right of Return.

At the beginning of the video you hear the voice of Yasser Arafat, in an excerpt from his famous speech to the United Nations in 1974. Translation: “They see in the Palestinian child, and in the Palestinian tree, an enemy they must get rid of.”

After that there is a voice clip from Mahmoud Darwish, from his poem ‘Aaberoon’. “In our land, we have what we do. And here, we have our history, and we have the first sound of life. Ours is the present … the present and the future.”

Doc Jazz has a vast repertoire of songs for the Palestinian cause. You can find his songs on http://www.docjazz.com and on http://www.soundclick.com/docjazz.

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You are like the olive tree
Just like you were meant to be
Though your roots dig deep into the land
They were uprooted by a savage handBut the ties were forged through centuries
A bond so strong and fixed in history
You are the land and the land is you
A solid unity they never can undoCherish your leaves, let your branches bear your fruits
All you need to do is protect and feed your rootsThe old will die, but the young will learn
The road is long and it will twist and turn
But when you know your destiny
You know where you need to be
And we always will believe
It’s our Right to Return-Black on white they wrote that vow
But to act on it was not allowed
Empty words like a carrot on a stick
Ink is fading as the clock goes on to tickDispossession and racial oppression
Every psycho form of Zionist aggression
Was condoned by that very same force
Though they say our rights are still endorsedWe don’t need your words, they’re just empty talk
Why don’t you just keep on talking while we walk the walkThe old have died, but the young are strong
We know who we are and where we belong
With the key in our hand
We’ll come home to our land
We know we will always stand
for our Right of Return

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