I certainly hope the world does in fact pay attention. The world has, so far, ignored peaceful Palestinian demonstrations unless they're getting shot by Zionist snipers, and then it's largely to blame the Palestinians for their own deaths. Will any large media outlets be showing these artistic, cultural and social events?
Stokely Carmichael's words, "In order for nonviolence to work, your opponent must have a conscience. The United States has none.", also seem to apply to the US's puppet states, very much including the Zionist entity. My suspicion is that nothing short of overwhelming force will work, whether economic, socio-political or military, and Palestinians currently are not able to leverage that force alone.
>>Zionism has nothing to do with economics.<<
Gershon Shafir's book Land, Labor and the Origins of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, 1882-1914 is the most in-depth & effective analysis of the Zionist project from a labour and economics perspective. The basic summary is:
1) Zionism is almost entirely an economic project based on land exploitation
2) The "prosperity" and "economic miracle" of the Zionist entity post-1917 and especially post-1948 is based on expropriation of land and resources that rightfully, if not legally, belonged to the indigenous people
3) The partition plan in 1947 granted the Zionists the bulk of Palestine's most fertile arable land, and one of the main purposes of the 1948 war was for the Zionists to seize as much of the remaining arable land as possible, particularly in the north. So e.g. the 1948 conquest of Jerusalem was also, and just as significantly, a conquest of the highly fertile & productive Wadi es-Sarar (Nahal Soreq) valley, one of the few permanent rivers in Palestine, & one that is now almost entirely diverted for Zionist agricultural purposes
4) until 1988, and to a lesser extent from then until the present day, the continued economic growth of the Zionist entity owes a significant amount to the existence & exploitation of cheap Palestinian labour
5) the settlements in the West Bank & East Jerusalem derive their prosperity entirely from these two factors—cheap Palestinian labour and expropriation of natural resources. If Palestinians launched a general strike and took control of the water, land & agricultural resources that rightfully belong to them under international law, the settlements would collapse overnight
6) although the USA primarily supports Zionism at the moment in order to have a client state/military base in the Middle East, economic concerns are an important secondary concern, especially the large military and technological industries within the Zionist state & their close working relationship with military forces and private military contractors throughout the USA & Europe. place an arms embargo on the Zionist state and its ability to sustain itself would collapse.