الجبهة الديمقراطية لتحرير فلسطين (أو اختصارا الجبهة الديمقراطية أو الديمقراطية)،ثاني أكبر فصيل في منظمة التحرير الفلسطينية بعد حركة التحرير الوطني الفلسطيني فتح . وهو فصيل ماركسي نتج عن الانسلاخ الفكري بين الماركسيين والقوميين في الجبهة الشعبية لتحرير فلسطين سنة 1969 ويتزعمها نايف حواتمة منذ تأسيسها.
تأسس سنة 1969
القادة نايف حواتمة
الأيديولوجيا ماركسية وأول فصيل ماركسي مسلح على الساحة الفلسطينية
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The Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP) held a sit-in in front of UNRWA's representative office in the Beddawi refugee camp in the North, to call for the rebuilding of the Nahr al-Bared camp. Nahr al-Bared was destroyed in May 2007, after members of the radical Fatah al-Islam organization took over the camp and the Lebanese Army waged a three-month long battle to regain control of the area. On the occasion of the World Refugee Day, which falls on June 20, the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestinecalled on "the need to rebuild the refugee camp and put an end to ...
Qatar´s Prince Hamad visits Hamas´s Hanniya in Gaza. Early Tuesday morning the Prince of Qatar, Hamad bin Khalifa and his wife Mouza Bin Nasser arrived in Gaza, visiting Hamas´s Prime Minister Ismael Hanniya. The visit is the first visit of a senior Arab official to Gaza since 2006 when Israel imposed an illegal siege. Prince Hamad bin Khalifa and Qatari delegates met both […]
Palestine: Former hunger striker Bilal Diab released Former hunger striker Bilal Diab was released from Israeli jail to his home in the northern West Bank on Thursday, as part of an agreement to end his 77-day strike. Diab, 27, told reporters he carried a message from Palestinians in Israeli jails to immediately end the factional division between Hamas and Fatah. He also […]
A glimpse into how the Guardian reported Palestinian terrorism in 1974 A Palestinian Media Watch bulletin on Feb. 28 revealed that a recent Palestinian Authority broadcast paid tribute to the terrorists (from the group, Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine) who committed the Ma’alot Massacre in 1974 in which 22 children were brutally … Continue reading →