Historian Jean-Pierre Filiu displays genuine concern for the plight of Palestine’s refugees.
Depicting characters that were both proud and weary, the 23-year-old captured the mood during Israel’s summertime offensive.
New book debunks decades of myths about 1967 occupation.
Villa Touma director talks about how the Israeli government tried to use her.
Palestinian Museum is being built in the occupied West Bank but aims to reach beyond the Israeli-controlled borders.
Mohammed Al Hawajri, Raed Issa and Dina Matar on objects and memory, and home and resistance.
Ruth Padel avoids the clumsiness that often characterizes attempts to compare Israel and Nazi Germany.
The Israeli author and academic lives in what he describes as “one of the most racist societies in the Western world.”
Ignorance of the basic facts of daily life in Palestine pops up throughout this show.
Did the music industry finally wake up to Israel’s crimes during the summer of 2014?
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