Motherhood and resistance in Palestine

For Manal Tamimi, fighting Israeli occupation is part of being a mother.

    Manal Tamimi wears many hats: mother, activist and a Palestinian resisting occupation, alongside her children.

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    For her, these roles are inseparable because she is part of a family that has become known for their protests in the village of Nabi Saleh.

    How does she find normalcy for herself and her children amidst the chaos?

    On the show: Al Jazeera journalist Hyojin Park, who visited Manal in Nabi Saleh. 

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    Producer / host: Jasmin Bauomy 
    Audio producer: Laurentiu Colintineanu 
    Platforms & distribution: Mohsin Ali 
    Executive producer: Yasir Khan

    The film How to be a Palestinian Supermom is part of AJ Shorts - our short documentary series about ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances. Check them out: aljazeera.com/shorts.

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    SOURCE: Al Jazeera News


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