Abdelfattah Abu Jahil won the “right” to use paintbrushes after living on salt and water for 79 days.
Hikers risk being attacked if they come close to Israeli settlements.
One participant in Palestine Through Graphics was interrogated for 12 hours; her “crime” involved dropping a piece of paper in an Israeli-owned store.
Iyad Hayatleh, a Palestinian poet raised in Damascus and now living in Britain, teamed up with Scottish literary figure Tessa Ransford.
Satellite helps connect refugee children across the Middle East.
Artists show that Christian communities share a “culture, not just a faith.”
Veteran Irish author Dervla Murphy believes Israel is allergic to talking honestly about justice.
Discs capture the Trio Joubran’s sibling affection, as well as their moments of introspection.
Making Egypt more critical towards Israel requires a “structural change” within Egypt itself.
American diplomats were so eager to please Israel that they became “more royalist than the King.”
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