In this, the second of a three-part travel series on Israel/Palestine, Jenine Abboushi continues her dystopic journey.
In a new three-part travel series on Israel/Palestine, Jenine Abboushi lays bare the surveillance state.
A family tragedy (we all have them), powerful forms of devotion and love, and a common political approach to “defeated peoples” in the world—all revisited over a weekend in Munich.
Jenine Abboushi reviews the recent anthology of essays on socialism in the context of Palestinian resistance.
Guest editor Jenine Abboushi introduces her Marseille.
In this wide-ranging essay, the writer revisits life before and after the civil war, participates in Lebanon's revolution, imagines the country's monetary implosion, and contemplates the Port of Beirut explosion—all while weighing the social terms of Lebanon's political renewal.