Historian Jean-Pierre Filiu displays genuine concern for the plight of Palestine’s refugees.
Ruth Padel avoids the clumsiness that often characterizes attempts to compare Israel and Nazi Germany.
Ignorance of the basic facts of daily life in Palestine pops up throughout this show.
Radwa Ashour’s The Woman From Tantoura addresses the themes of remembering and forgetting.
Darwish always insisted that his poetry should represent his life story.
Jerusalem native asserts the right to be angry.
A new book of poetry makes demands of the celebrated late Palestinian poet.
Patrick Stewart’s film “It’s Better to Jump” shows the insidious ways that the historic city of Akka is being ethnically cleansed.
Hazem Harb’s limbless figures resemble Francis Bacon’s most celebrated work.
Anna Bernard expands on Edward Said’s assertion that Israeli and Palestinian literature “cannot be separated.”
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