Ramallah

Fighting the occupation with a needle and thread

Yara Hawari
Jerusalem
5 March 2014

Ramallah-based fashion designers of Ibra wa Khayt use old Palestinian clothing to make modern garments.

Israel "punishing" hunger-striking prisoners, say rights groups

The United Nations estimates that 750,000 Palestinians have been detained by Israel since 1967.

A confused and contradictory film on how foreigners “help” Palestine

Sarah Irving
3 February 2014

Chloe Ruthven doesn’t appear to have done basic homework for her movie Do-Gooders.

Israeli soldiers get "addicted to power" over Palestinians, says new book

Troops admit that they enjoy administering “punishment” at checkpoints.

Protesters disrupt Israeli-Palestinian “normalization” meeting in Ramallah

Minds of Peace has for several years staged “public negotiation” sessions between Israelis and Palestinians in different cities, which activists say threaten Palestinian rights.

Don't buy Israeli toys this Christmas

Halilit, a maker of musical instruments for babies, is headquartered in a forcibly depopulated Palestinian village.

Musician's diaries depict religions at peace as Jerusalem goes electric

Muslims, Christians and Jews celebrated each other’s holidays, according to musician Wasif Jawhariyyeh.

A protest in Ramallah

In the latest installment of her visit to the “rest of Palestine,” Rana Baker recounts a demonstration against the PA in Ramallah, and finds reminders of her native Gaza in Nablus.

A fugitive in my own country

Rana Baker sees Palestine, beyond Gaza, for the first time in her life.

A humiliating start to my first tour of Palestine

The Erez military checkpoint that separates Gaza and present-day Israel is gray, empty and impersonal.

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