Abstract: This research paper aims at assessing the organizational effectiveness of Palestinian youth movement/s; the dubbed Hirak Shababi. For almost three years since the emergence of this phenomenon, it has been characterized with inconsistency, intermittent activities, and lack of constituency. In spite of the available political opportunity structure, there are certain objective as well as subjective obstacles that impedes the Palestinian Hirak Shababi from the development into a wide-range coherent social movement that may address political, social, and national challenges facing the Palestinian people in the current day. This paper argues that the lack of organization, which is the most striking feature of the Palestinian Hirak shababi plays a decisive role in crippling the movement. Drawing on the theory of social movements, and the theory of contentious politics, the paper addresses the effects of sporadic structure of the movement that undermines its ability to mobilize, to earn political efficacy and necessary social legitimacy that may, under the prevailing conditions, turn the movement into a leading force for the emergence of a mass social movement.