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Arts and Culture

Palestine-related arts and culture news

Gaza author Atef Abu Saif shortlisted for "Arabic Booker" prize

Atef Abu Saif has been recognized for a novel he hasn’t even seen a copy of.

New play by writer Dalia Taha examines children's experiences under occupation

The Royal Court Theatre becomes the first major British venue to stage Palestinian work.

More than 700 UK artists pledge to boycott Israel

List features big-name writers, musicians, actors.

British conflict charity teams up with Israel-promoting indie band

Ride singer Mark Gardener claims to “play music to the people without prejudice.”

Israel's movie-funders ban recipients from calling themselves Palestinian

Director Suha Arraf has been told to repay subsidy from the Israeli government.

Photo exhibition portrays Palestinian Bedouins' struggle

Traveling exhibition documents poor conditions in villages unrecognized or underserved by Israel.

San Francisco gay film fest to challenge pinkwashing of Israel's crimes

Israel is “attempting to co-opt the queer struggle for liberation,” organizers of San Francisco festival warn.

Video: Naima Shalhoub sings Ferguson-Gaza Blues

Lebanese-American singer performs powerful song paying homage to the struggles in Ferguson and Gaza.

Humorous Palestinian artist Mona Hatoum makes Latin American debut

Misbah (Mona Hatoum 2006/7)

“Over My Dead Body” and “Misbah” are among Hatoum’s best-known works.

"American Sniper" spawns death threats against Arabs and Muslims

Where are the American moderates to condemn the violent extremism prompted by Clint Eastwood’s atrocity porn?

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