Jamal al-Dalou lost ten members of his family during Israel’s attack in November.
Raba’i al-Madhoun’s The Lady from Tel Aviv is a great summer read.
“Israel and Pinkwashing” author’s new book is an interesting read, but falls into some of the traps it ostensibly aims to criticize.
Israel wants Palestinians “to be weak, separate religious communities” to divide and conquer, says Palestinian Christian activist.
Drones and police training are among the contributions made by Israel to the oppression of Tamils.
Palestinian musician Reem Kelani explores the musical and political significance of an Arab Idol victory.
With nobody to represent them, refugees will be in limbo until Palestine is free.
The recently deceased journalist lamented at how so many of her colleagues became stenographers, rather than interrogators.
Frustration with the Palestinian Authority has led refugees to preserve their heritage through their own initiatives.
Palestinians employed on the Jerusalem-Tel Aviv high speed line have confirmed they work under exploitative conditions.
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