As opposed to the hundreds of Palestinian villages whose residents were expelled in 1948 and were not permitted to return, the residents of Wadi Fukin managed to come back — under the nose of the Israeli radar. And yet, despite the joy over being able to return, the villagers are still living under a regime of occupation and discrimination, surrounded on all four sides by settlements.
OUR WEEKLY NEWSLETTERSubmit
- Social TV
Israel Social TV is an independent media organization (NGO) working to promote social change, human rights, social justice and equality as well as to mobilize its viewers towards activism. Operating since 2006, ISTV was established out of the belief that objective and diverse media is crucial for a healthy democracy in Israel. We report on social injustices and human right violations, and serve to amplify marginalized groups and voices that many times represent unpopular opinions, providing them with visibility and coverage they do not receive from mainstream media.
- MOST READMOST COMMENTED24 HOURS|WEEK|MONTH
More from Social TV
- Tweets from https://twitter.com/972mag/lists/writers-972-magazine