On Saturday, 27 May, Brussels, Belgium will be home to the Resistance Festival, a political, cultural and artistic festival in support of the Palestinian resistance and confronting 75 years of Nakba, occupation and racism.
Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network, together with many Palestinian, Arab and international associations, is organizing the Resistance Festival in Bethlehem Square on Saturday, 27 May from 4 pm to 8 pm, with performances by rapper and activist Lowkey, Raj’een Dabkeh Troupe, Achille, Osloob and Issa Mourad.
The Resistance Festival will include cultural and artistic programs, special areas for children, and political speeches and presentations along with tables and information stands. Speakers will represent the Masar Badil (Palestinian Alternative Revolutionary Path Movement) and many organizations. Liberation movements, anti-imperialist organizations, and community groups will participate in the festival to show their support for Palestinian rights and liberation and call for the imposition of a comprehensive boycott on the Zionist regime. The festival also aims to strengthen the role of the international popular cradle of the Palestinian struggle, as it rallies around the resistance and the path of return and liberation.
The Resistance Festival also coincides with the 23rd anniversary of the liberation of the south of Lebanon from Zionist occupation. Join us at the Resistance Festival to show support for the resistance and struggle of the prisoners’ movement in the occupation jails!
Groups participating in the Festival include Classe Contre Classe, Collectif Palestine Vaincra, EuroPalestine, Masar Badil, Zin TV, Revolutionaire Eenheid, The DK, Bruxelles Pantheres, ILPS, Secours Rouge, Revolutionary Action Front, De-Colonize and more.