William Sutcliffe’s The Wall features an extremist who shoots Palestinian olive trees.
Poet Kevin Coval denounces Israeli rap star for “making Zionism chic.”
Where Should the Birds Fly features ten-year-old’s chilling observation that Palestinian victims “mean nothing” to Israel.
Annemarie Jacir’s new film When I Saw You features superb acting and a groovy soundtrack.
Anbara Salam Khalidi’s newly-translated book documents her life spanning three periods of colonialism.
Denying the Nakba is a central tenet in Israeli supremacy, according to essays in Pretending Democracy.
“Singing Sexuality” aims to create safe space to raise tough questions within Palestinian society.
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.
Your support helps us tell Palestine’s stories every day. Donate Now
We've reached more people in 2013 than ever before. But we need your support to continue. Please donate today.
© 2000-2013 electronicIntifada.net