Bab Al Shams

The “forced geography” of Tel Aviv

Tom Sperlinger
11 May 2015

Difficult to categorize as either a history or architecture book, Sharon Rotbard’s White City, Black City is a compelling ghost story.

Palestinians dodge Israeli soldiers to retake village in occupied West Bank

Patrick O. Strickland
Jordan Valley
4 February 2014

Ein Hijleh was forcibly depopulated by Israel in 1967. Palestinians are reclaiming the land, linking it to their history and heritage.

Protest tents spring up across the West Bank

Jillian Kestler-D'Amours
15 April 2013

New “villages” build on opposition to US support for Israeli apartheid voiced during Obama’s visit.

"Graffiti was my education": interview with Palestinian designer Hafez Omar

Daryl Meador
8 March 2013

Brown is the color of Israeli jails, says artist behind image of solidarity with Palestinian hunger strikers.

New protest tent challenging evictions in East Jerusalem

Andrew Beale
26 February 2013

Sheikh Jarrah residents declare they have “no faith” in Israel’s legal system.

Podcast: "Israel's drunk with power," says Stop the Wall's Jamal Juma'

Jamal Juma’ of the Stop the Wall campaign talks about grassroots Palestinian resistance to Israel’s escalating colonization project.

Podcast: As Palestinian refugee population grows, so do rights violations

Amjad Alqasis of BADIL talks about two new surveys that look at the growing number of Palestinian refugees and how Palestinians consider themselves as a unified people despite Israel’s divisive efforts.

Making history in Bab Al Shams

Abbas Sarsour
15 January 2013

Israeli forces hit activists with the butts of their rifles as we set up a Palestinian village on occupied land.

Eviction of Bab Al Shams exposes Israel as a lawless state

Max Blumenthal
14 January 2013

Israeli prime minister ordered evacuation of protest village despite court order.


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