Over a Year on, Why Haven’t the Gaza Protests Succeeded? 

by Colter Louwerse It is no modest feat that Gaza’s Great March of Return and the End of the Blockade now arguably claims the mantle of being the longest ongoing mass protest movement on the planet. On every Friday for… Continue Reading  

From Gaza to Jerusalem to Iran

by Joel Beinin The Palestinian Great March of Return, which began on March 30, 2018 and continued into June, was a popular mobilization of people of the Gaza Strip initiated by politically unaligned young men and women. The campaign of… Continue Reading  

How Gaza’s Return March Can Elevate the One-State Movement

by Awad Abdel Fattah It is still premature to predict the fate of the Great March of Return, which is the brainchild of primarily young activists who managed, with great success, to involve the entire political spectrum in the Gaza Strip in an… Continue Reading  

The Myth of the Gaza “Border”

by Amjad Iraqi Palestinian activists have long criticized the use of the word “border” to describe the 1949 armistice line that divides Gaza and Israel, and which protestors in the Great March of Return have been trying to cross at great risk… Continue Reading