Ramallah

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.

"Siding with life in the face of death": photographer captures siege on Palestinians in Syria

Budour Youssef Hassan
17 December 2014

An award-winning young Palestinian photographer reflects on life in the war-torn refugee camp in Syria.

Brazilian state cancels contract with Israeli drone-maker

Rio Grande do Sul has admitted that opposition from Palestinians led it to tear up deal with Israeli arms firm.

Anti-Palestinian violence surges after Jerusalem synagogue attack

Influential Israeli settler leader called on a Palestinian political leader to be hanged just one week before Palestinian bus driver found hanged.

Israeli forces fail to probe 83 percent of settler violence cases -- rights group

Olive trees — a source of income for 100,000 Palestinian households in the West Bank — are frequently vandalized.

By recognizing “State of Palestine,” Sweden could harm Palestinians

The trappings of “statehood” and “state” recognition, however well intentioned, will not restore usurped Palestinian rights.

Palestinian Authority arrests two journalists for Facebook posts

Palestinian journalists are stuck between Israel’s brutal occupation and an increasingly repressive Palestinian Authority in the West Bank.

Hundreds of Palestinians killed in Mediterranean were trying to escape hopelessness in Gaza

Khalil Abu Shammala of Al Dameer Association for Human Rights says Palestinians in Gaza are taking desperate, risky measures to live a normal life free of occupation and the Israeli-Egyptian siege.

"Cries of Gaza" resonate in rare solo show by Palestinian artist Tayseer Barakat

Painter has been unable to visit his Gaza birthplace for more than fifteen years.

"I don't like you, death" -- Samih al-Qasim's final poem

Thousands of Palestinians pay tribute to the poet of resistance.

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