A young woman in Gaza who has already lost so much wants to live another day, in this short story by Joumana Haddad.
Ahmed Twaij, a physician and journalist with experience in Iraq and other war zones, argues Hamas and ISIS cannot be compared.
Nada Ghosn on censored and cancelled voices, many of whom have called for an end to the assault on Gaza.
Jonathan Ofir on the new book by Daniel Boyarin that questions Jewish identity while weighing Palestinian freedom from injustice.
Daniele Rugo's documentary investigates Lebanon's devastating civil war and ruminates on the conflict's unmarked mass graves.
In this, the second of a three-part travel series on Israel/Palestine, Jenine Abboushi continues her dystopic journey.
Mark Habeeb proposes a sensible approach to studying the problem of the lack of peace in Israel-Palestine.
Nora Lester Murad reviews a "far-fetched" story of a marriage between a Palestinian Muslim and an American Jew.
The author of The Unchosen: The Lives of Israel's New Others contrasts American white supremacy with Israeli Jewish racism.
Rana Asfour reviews a documentary by Nezar Andary on the Syrian auteur filmmaker, Muhammad Malas.