ART AND WAR
Mohammed Al Hawajri, Raed Issa and Dina Matar on objects and memory, and home and resistance in video by Linda Paganelli for The Electronic Intifada. WATCH
“If, under this new regime, civility be the condition for expressing academic freedom and excellence, then let the appropriate expression be that of civil disobedience.”
Unlike The New York Times, Latin America’s media can be trenchant in criticizing Israeli aggression.
It cannot be mere coincidence that the University of Illinois’ heavy-handed action targeted a Palestinian-American scholar and an American Indian Studies program.
Poems “Inside out,” “Gaza mothers soothe their kids,” and “Maysam.”
How do you teach justice in an open-air prison?
Now that the media’s attention has shifted elsewhere, Israel has reduced the fishing zone off Gaza to five nautical miles.
Children of many Palestinian refugees face being denied education over the coming school year.
Maisan Hamdan, an organizer with a military refusal group, on the rise in conscientious objection.
Mohammed Al Hawajri, Raed Issa and Dina Matar on objects and memory, and home and resistance.
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