Nakba

Palestinians in Israel call for strike after youth killed by police

Sami al-Jaar is the 49th Palestinian citizen of Israel killed by police since October 2000, according to rights groups. 

Rebel songs to rap: the history of Palestine's music

Sarah Irving
22 December 2014

Three new books help dispel many Western myths about music and culture in the Middle East.

Did Washington's Theater J fire director for complaining of censorship on Palestine?

Ari Roth was reportedly charged with “insubordination” for complaining about the cancelation of Palestine-themed plays.

Pre-1948 Palestine brought to life in Nabil Anani's paintings

"Dabdoub Family, Bethlehem, 1900", Nabil Anani

Watch out for the exhibition in Beirut and Paris next year.

A "post-mortem" on Israeli challenges to Zionism

Rod Such
2 December 2014

Ilan Pappe criticizes those who questioned Israel’s state ideology yet shunned political activism.

New video art evokes "yearning to return" of Palestinian refugees

“In Your Absence” commemorates ethnic cleansing of Kufr Birim, a Palestinian Christian village in the Galilee.

"Delegitimize Zionism," says Israeli filmmaker

Sarah Levy
6 November 2014

Lia Tarachansky says encounter with Palestinian in Canada set off a “violent process” of tackling Israeli mythology.

Young Palestinians protect history and heritage in Galilee village

Yara Hawari
Tarshiha
30 October 2014

An annual event helps re-introduce the youngest generation of Palestinians to their history before, during and after the Nakba.

Telling Gaza's story with brutal honesty

Sarah Irving
28 October 2014

Historian Jean-Pierre Filiu displays genuine concern for the plight of Palestine’s refugees.

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