Category Archives: Eva Bartlett

Palestine’s Farmers showing great perseverance

‘We Grow, They Bulldoze, We Re-Plant’ By Eva Bartlett                                                                                                                                           Um Abed plants an olive tree in support of Palestinian farmers. Credit: Eva Bartlett/IPS.   ZEITOUN, Gaza, Feb 10 2013 (IPS) – Tawfiq Mandil, 45, stands amongst hundreds of … Continue reading

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On the killing of Vik Vittorio Arrigoni

*(photo from 2011) monument to “Vik” Vittorio Arrigoni, Italian justice and peace activist. Jaber and Leila, farmers Vik worked with in the border region east of Khan Younis, were also close friends. They erected the monument as a humble tribute … Continue reading

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Glimpse of Freedom at Rafah Crossing

The Rafah crossing. Credit: Eva Bartlett/IPS. RAFAH, Gaza, Aug 30 2012, 1st Published at Inter Press Service (IPS) -By Eva Bartlett “I waited from 10 am till 5 pm for my wife to cross from Egypt. She was among many … Continue reading

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Celebrating Palestinian Resistance and Resilience

by Eva Bartlett and Ali Mallah You may rob me of the last span of my landYou may ditch my youth in prison holesSteel what my grandfather left me behind:Some furniture or clothes and jars,You may burn my poems and … Continue reading

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Eva Bartlett: The Sabra and Shatila Massacre

By Eva Bartlett In Gaza, 28-03-2012 Two days before Land Day and the GMJ, we visit Sabra and Shatila. An impoverished Beirut neighborhood and Palestinian refugee camp in the same vicinity, Sabra and Shatila are known for the savage massacre … Continue reading

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