Saliha Haddad reviews the third novel in English translation by Egyptian writer Hamdi Abu Golayyel.
Sherine Elbanhawy finds that Mohamed Metwalli’s newly-translated poetry collection is the perfect form of escapism.
Melissa Chemam is swept away by an Iraqi American artist's latest exhibit at Mosaic Rooms in London.
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.
Sarah Ben Hamadi reviews a new Tunisian feature film that weighs the successes and failures of the revolution.
Aren't military attacks on hospitals and other medical facilities considered war crimes?
Observing the Russia-Ukraine conflict, a Lebanese American journalist in London, married to a Syrian refugee, finds the racist double standard on refugees unsettling.
Women's rights activist Maryam Zar reviews the memoir by a valiant survivor of ISIS who won the Nobel Peace Prize for speaking out on her experience.
Rana Asfour reviews the Booker Prize-nominated novel by Nadifa Mohamed based on the true story of a wrongly-convicted Somali in 1950s Cardiff.