Testimonies from Israeli soldiers remind me of my family’s fear last summer.
Despite the huge resources dedicated to Hebrew, some Jewish Israeli writers work in Arabic.
Protesters have been threatened with confiscation of Jerusalem ID cards.
Palestinian civil society in Gaza urges escalation of international activisim to hold Israel accountable for its “criminal behavior.”
The Rafah crossing between Gaza and Egypt has been shut since October 2014.
A new book tells the history of an ethnically cleansed Palestinian village.
Israel is using lethal force as a matter of policy.
The end of the Zionist colonial venture remains the precondition for justice and peace for all the residents of historic Palestine.
Difficult to categorize as either a history or architecture book, Sharon Rotbard’s White City, Black City is a compelling ghost story.
Ammunition used by the Israeli military has left a hole in a fourteen-year-old’s spine.
Eighteen members of one family were left homeless after recent Israeli demolition in the village of Dahmash.
A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine.
Donors to the Jewish National Fund are often unaware they are helping to conceal the results of ethnic cleansing.
Annual event promotes artistic exchange and solidarity with Palestine.
Despite being aimed at academics, new book offers a biting critique of capitalist experiments in Palestine.
Components made by a Norwegian firm have been found in weapons fired on Gaza.
Palestinian family of eight live in limbo as home demolition order postponed until late May.
Everything — down to “our coffee cups” — is stolen away in the poet’s final works.
To the families and lovers at the bottom of the sea, trying to reach Europe.
By not announcing the results of an official probe, a leading Australian college is tarnishing the reputation of staff and students who advocate a boycott of Israel.