Palestinians Have a Legal Right to Armed Resistance against Israeli Colonialism


Ben Norton | Geopolitical Economy Report – TRANSCEND Media Service

8 Oct 2023 – International law clearly shows that the Palestinian people have a legal right to armed struggle against Israeli colonialism, just as South Africans did against apartheid. Gaza suffers under an illegal Israeli blockade that even a former British prime minister recognized to be a “prison camp”. We look over the evidence.

Benjamin Norton is an investigative journalist, analyst, writer and filmmaker. He is the founder and editor of Multipolarista and is based in Latin America. His website:  (Publicaciones en español aquí.)

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2 Responses to “Palestinians Have a Legal Right to Armed Resistance against Israeli Colonialism”

  1. Poka Laenui says:

    Finally, an excellent explanation of the state of international law applicable to occupation.

  2. Radine Kamakea-Ohelo says:

    War is sad however, a wrong is wrong. I am sure with the many years of atrociousness by the Isralies its no surprise that the Hamas is fighting back.

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