Art, Music & Culture

Emerging from an “age of defeat”: interview with poet Ghassan Zaqtan

Lauren Pyott
Edinburgh
7 December 2012

Israel’s invasion of Lebanon in the 1980s shattered Palestinian dreams.

Arab Spring meets Warhol in Ramallah show

Daryl Meador
4 December 2012

Art installation inspired by Tunisian street vendor Muhammad Bouazizi attracts impromptu praying.

Israel planned a “nuclear Armageddon,” new book shows

Rod Such
20 November 2012

Fortress Israel indicates that the military elite wants the occupation of Palestine to continue indefinitely.

Giving Palestine's palaces back to the people

Daryl Meador
Nablus
12 November 2012

Riwaq’s work has been important in bringing West Bank “throne villages” back to the center of community life.

New film on Nazi links to Zionism sidesteps the toughest questions

Terri Ginsberg
7 November 2012

Despite purporting to tackle propaganda, documentary The Flat adheres closely to the acceptable parameters of Zionist discourse.

UK dance troupe al-Zaytouna retell Shakespeare through dabke

Asa Winstanley
London
5 November 2012
A London dance company uses Shakespeare to tell Palestine’s modern tale through traditional dance.

Book review: A family history firmly rooted in Jerusalem's soil

Susan Abulhawa
3 November 2012
Jacob Nammar’s autobiography describes a Jerusalem that is impossible to imagine today.

Israel's viciousness against Bilin captured in "Five Broken Cameras" documentary

Asa Winstanley
30 October 2012
Emad Burnat’s house was declared a “closed military zone” by Israel — but that didn’t stop him from making a great film.

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