This essay reflects on the Palestinian habba of 2021, contextualizing it within the broader trajectory of Palestine’s century-old anti-colonial continuum. Noting the substantial scale and intensity of the latest mobilizations, this essay argues that colonial structural realities induce a cyclical regeneration of popular resistance in historic Palestine and in exile. Nevertheless, the emancipatory prospects of this resistance depend on the transformation of moments that carry revolutionary potential into a long-term struggle, one that is sustained by rejuvenated national institutions pursuing unified anti-colonial principles and political programs.
From our Digital ProjectsJanuary 27, 2022ArabicEnglish
From our Digital ProjectsJanuary 27, 2022Arabic
From our Digital ProjectsJanuary 27, 2022English