THE CURRENT STATE OF
Generations in exile. Millions under occupation. 75 years of oppression. A life of daily struggle and inhumane treatment.
restrictions on freedom of
Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza face strict restrictions on their movement, affecting daily lives and access to basic services.
Israeli settlements in the West Bank, considered illegal under international law, result in land confiscations and displacement of Palestinian communities.
Palestinian homes in the occupied territories have been demolished by Israeli authorities, leading to the displacement of families.
Palestinian children are often arrested and detained by Israeli authorities, sometimes without proper legal procedures.
SUPPRESSION OF PROTESTS BY
USE OF FORCE
Israel’s response to Palestinian protests has faced criticism for its use of excessive force, resulting in casualties.
Critics argue that Israel’s legal framework discriminates against Palestinian citizens, particularly Arab Israelis.
Palestinians in the West Bank experience disparities in access to water resources, with many communities lacking reliable water sources.
RESTRICTED FREEDOM OF
There are concerns about restrictions on freedom of expression for Palestinians in the occupied territories.
PERMANENTLY DISPLACED PALESTINIAN
The situation of Palestinian refugees and their right to return remains a contentious issue, with many living in refugee camps for generations.
Sources: United Nations, Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International.
The occupation of Palestine didn’t happen overnight. It began years before its natives could know what was happening and is a process that continues until this day.