Iyad Hayatleh, a Palestinian poet raised in Damascus and now living in Britain, teamed up with Scottish literary figure Tessa Ransford.
Artists show that Christian communities share a “culture, not just a faith.”
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.
Habibi splices an ancient romance with experiences of the second intifada.
Protest and poetry are “inseparable twins,” according to a new Al Jazeera documentary series.
Militarism is mocked with exuberance in a new exhibition.
Verse penned under Israeli occupation has been both revolutionary and introspective.
Work from all of historic Palestine is displayed at a London exhibition.
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