Nakba

The long struggle of the Palestinians in Israel

Hatim Kanaaneh
20 February 2015

Palestinians who became Israeli citizens through no choice of their own in 1948 have steadfastly maintained their national culture.

New Palestinian film documents final "destruction of the refugee tent"

Budour Youssef Hassan
2 February 2015

“Even if the entire government of Israel comes, I’m not going to leave my home,” says 80-year-old Yousef in Roshmia, a brave new documentary film.

Israeli war criminal visits European Parliament

Yoav Mordechai commanded a battalion that attacked Gaza in January 2009.

Could cantonizing Palestine bring peace?

Salman Abu Sitta
28 January 2015

A recently published proposal to divide Palestine into provinces would be no more than a continuation of Zionist policies of ethnic cleansing and dispossession of Palestinians.

 

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.

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