The Karama Human Rights Film Festival was held in neighborhood destroyed by Israeli bombing last summer.
Arts and Culture
Tabloid press calls Palestinian play “pro-terrorist” — but cites critics who have never seen it.
Palestinian homes will be opened to visitors, revealing the city’s “silenced memory and history, its destruction and erasure.”
Does the portrayal of Arabs as human beings frighten Israel’s establishment?
Suzanne Nossel, director of PEN America, is an apologist for Israeli and American aggression.
Translation magazine Words Without Borders highlights national experience of dispersion.
They Do Not Exist resists Israeli denial of Palestinian life.
The Shubbak festival of Arabic culture showcases Palestinian film, dance and literature.
Echoes of Beit Hanoun shows destruction of summer 2014 Israeli attacks.
Mary Tuma, John Halaka and Rajie Cook have all contributed to an exhibition now showing in Brooklyn.