An attack on one writer anywhere is an attack on freedom of expression everywhere.
Mark Habeeb proposes a sensible approach to studying the problem of the lack of peace in Israel-Palestine.
Mischa Geracoulis reviews the story of Silwan, in East Jerusalem, through the eyes of its youth, as told by an American teacher who visits for seven years.
khulud khamis [sic], a Slovak-Palestinian writer living in Haifa, shares an excerpt from her novel in which Maisoon and Christina go on a journey.
The co-directors of Combatants for Peace, ex-Palestinian and Israeli fighters, invite readers to attend on May 15th.
A new film depicts the treachery of being Palestinian living under the Israeli Occupation Forces in Bethlehem.
U.S. Sanctions Russia for its Invasion of Ukraine; Now Sanction Israel for its Occupation of Palestine
Two Jewish activists decry hypocrisy when it comes to condemning Russian aggression against Ukraine but not Israeli aggression against Palestinians.
TMR reviews a film on discrimination in Israel and the original Jews of the Middle East and North Africa. The Forgotten Ones screened in October’s annual CINEMED festival in Montpellier and screens in the DOC NYC Fest on 11/09 (press screening), 11/14 and 11/15. More info.
Excerpts from Memoirs of a Militant, My Years in the Khiam Women’s Prison By Nawal Qasim Baidoun, translated by Michelle Hartman & Caline Nasrallah Olive Branch Press/Interlink Books (October 2021)… Continue reading Memoirs of a Militant, My Years in the Khiam Women’s Prison
Jordan Elgrably reviews the new film from the Nasser brothers, starring Hiam Abbass and Salim Daw.
Mohammed Jahama I’ve never been to the desert, but I’ve seen paintings of it. On my father’s side of the family, the only acceptable decorations are desert paintings and images of… Continue reading Ramblings of an American Bedouin Palestinian, Lost in Amman
The author of The Unchosen: The Lives of Israel's New Others contrasts American white supremacy with Israeli Jewish racism.