PA leader is playing politics with the welfare of two million Palestinians to no obvious end.
Palestinian artist investigates his alienation from Jerusalem, the city of his birth.
Sewage has left half of Gaza’s beaches unfit for swimming.
Palestinian women, small children and older men from West Bank allowed to pray in Jerusalem only a few days each year.
Some soldiers were disguised as Palestinians, in latest in pattern of harassment at California university.
Palestine On A Plate author Joudie Kalla talks food, memory and identity.
A normally joyful time is clouded by sadness and siege.
Israel’s attacks on Gaza have harmed Palestinian mental health.
Lavish volume is borne out of Palestinian artist Samia Halaby’s 20 years of research into 1956 massacre. Read more about A defiant remembrance of Kafr Qasem's dead
Book by Syrian filmmaker recalls Palestinian refugee camp shortly before infamous massacre. Read more about A time capsule for a harrowing past