Lebanon

How my grandmother stood up to Israel's occupation

The catastrophe facing Palestinians is not in the past; we live with it every day. 

US film about indigenous community links to Palestine reinserts “political narrative”

Filmmakers say it is important to “re-insert the political narrative” back inside discussions about First Nations communities and Palestinian refugees.

New Palestinian literature examines exile, memory and nostalgia

Mazen Maarouf, the Palestinian-Lebanese writer whose poetry appears in Words Without Borders' Palestine special issue.

Translation magazine Words Without Borders highlights national experience of dispersion.

Early classic of Palestinian resistance cinema reemerges

They Do Not Exist resists Israeli denial of Palestinian life. 

Israel "directly targeted" children in drone strikes on Gaza, says rights group

Almost 70 percent of children killed by Israel in Gaza last summer were less than twelve years old. 

Palestinian refugee boy comes of age in graphic novel "Baddawi"

Marguerite Dabaie
6 April 2015

Book is based on the father of the author’s experience growing up in Lebanon camp.

The destructive legacy of Arab liberals

Joseph Massad
30 March 2015

Arab liberalism allied itself with US and Israel to impoverish and destroy whole countries.

Sixty percent of global drone exports come from Israel -- new data

Experimenting on Palestinians has paved the way for Israel to become the single greatest source for drone proliferation.

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