Material published by and about the Palestine Liberation Organisation in the late1960s and early 1970s.
Includes the history of the issue of Palestine, the Aims and Objectives of Al-Fateh and its approach to the settler state of Israel
Address by the Al-Fateh Delegation to the Second International Conference in Support of the Arab Peoples, in Cairo, January 1969
The issues of occupation, illegal settlements, ‘nazification’ of the state of Israel, and Palestinian Resistance are nothing new as are shown in this almost 40-year-old magazine
Palestinians in Jordan and the ‘nature of Israel’ and its incompatibility with the existence of a Free Palestine
The Palestinian women at the heart of the struggle and so-called American ‘solutions’
The lessons from Vietnam, the Phalangists in Lebanon, the Palestinian working class and Naivy-Tirza Women’s Prison
A statement of the aims of Al-Fateh in both the political and armed struggles
The history of Al-Fateh from its formation to the end of the 1960s
The Resistance struggle expressed through poetry
What the world press wrote about Al-Fateh in 1968 and 1969
‘Arab-Israeli Conflict’ versus ‘Palestinian Problem’
Dialogue between the Palestinian National Liberation Movement, Fateh, and the Editor-in-Chief of the newspaper Al-Tali’a (Vanguard) in 1969.
Twenty basic facts about the Palestinian Question.
The attempts by the Palestinians to establish, and maintain, a system of welfare and social services despite the efforts of the Israeli state to make life untenable under their occupation.
A profile of a nation.