“One gets the impression that there’s nothing accidental about the way these checkpoints work on you, work on your spirit. These are well thought out. They’re intended to humiliate, they’re intended to dehumanize.”
Arts and Culture
Arabic and Shetlandic have similarly earthy qualities.
Arts critic Sarah Irving rounds up recently-published works by Palestinian writers.
Highlights include Amina Waheed’s Chicago-filmed documentary Corner Stores and Jessica Habie’s boldly experimental feature Mars at Sunrise.
Exuberant scenes of Palestinians in Gaza dancing to the Pharell song “Happy.”
Settlers in Hebron are notoriously some of the most violent and racist against Palestinians.
Exhibition features works by the internationally-celebrated Palestinian artist being shown in the US for the first time.
The prolific and talented Gaza hip hop artists Revolution Makers have put out a new song, accompanied by video art.
Iyad Hayatleh presents a personal portrait of Yarmouk camp in a Scottish theater.