The Intifada of a Unique Nature

The recent Intifada began after a stream of Zionists stormed the Shaykh Jarrah neighborhood in East Jerusalem on an anticipated Supreme Court of Israel’s decision to potentially displace six Palestinian families. An invasion of Zionist settlers into the Palestinian homes during the Holy Nights of Ramadhan and later, the Israeli forces storming Al-Aqsa Mosque triggered a massive public uprising “Intifada” against the Zionist Regime. Protests hit the West Bank and Gaza, while anger towards the occupied forces intensified. Soon afterwards, the Israeli Defense Forces otherwise known as Israeli Occupation Forces stormed the Palestinian cities and a war was waged against Gaza-the heart of active military resistance against Israel. Read More…

Previous articlePalestinian -Zionist Conflict Myths and Realities
Next articlePalestine Conflict under the Joe Biden Administration
The Islamabad Policy Institute (IPI) is a nonpartisan, independent policy research institute based in Islamabad. Our goal is to undertake in-depth analysis of challenges and choices confronting Pakistan. We aim to help policymakers and public better understand the world, region and Pakistan-specific challenges and opportunities. We make efforts to engage government, civil society, private sector, media, academia in open debates and dialogue on the most significant developments in national and international affairs. We envision contributing to policy-making through periodic policy-papers putting forward policy-recommendations developed in collaboration with experts and stakeholders in each area. IPI takes no institutional position on policy issues.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here