From the Refugee Camps to the Border: Rallies Held in Solidarity with Palestinians

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Protesters gather at the entrance of Mar Elias refugee camp in solidarity with Palestinians facing ethnic cleansing in Gaza and Sheikh Jarrah. A woman carries an image featuring the portraits of martyred resistance icons Bassel al-Araj (R) and Ahmad Jarrar alongside the quote, “Resistance is an idea, and ideas never die.” Next to her, a demonstrator carries a banner making reference to a tweet by Palestinian feminist Islam al-Khatib. It reads, “Decolonize this, decolonize that. Postcolonial here, postcolonial there. And absolute silence on what’s happening in Palestine today.” Beirut, Lebanon. May 11, 2021. (Marwan Tahtah/The Public Source)

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On Nakba Day, protesters try to break through a fence — one of several barriers separating south Lebanon from occupied Palestine. Adaisseh, Lebanon. May 15, 2021. (Marwan Tahtah/The Public Source)

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A protester carrying a Palestinian flag scales the 9-meter high concrete wall that Israel built along the southern Lebanese border. Adaisseh, Lebanon. May 15, 2021. (Marwan Tahtah/The Public Source)

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Protesters try to reach a tower equipped with surveillance cameras to dismantle them. Adaisseh, Lebanon. May 15, 2021. (Marwan Tahtah/The Public Source)

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A young man loses consciousness after inhaling tear gas fired by Israeli soldiers. Adaisseh, Lebanon. May 15, 2021. (Mohamad Cheblak/The Public Source)

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A Palestinian elder raises her index and chants for liberation during a solidarity march from the Mar Elias refugee camp to downtown Beirut. Lebanon. May 18, 2021. (Marwan Tahtah/The Public Source)