By Khaled Diab While Palestinians living in the diaspora are physically separated from Palestine, those who remain in the homeland often feel a sense of psychological or spiritual alienation, not to mention an overwhelming dream to roam free. Tuesday 14…
As recent motions in the German Bundestag and US Congress reveal, both the BDS and pro-Israel movements are exploited by racists as fig leafs to further their agendas. These racists must be exposed and challenged.
By Khaled Diab Like the Berlin Wall and other political barriers, the Israeli wall has witnessed an explosion of protest art on its concrete canvas. Tuesday 6 September 2016 From where I live on the Mount of Olives, I have a…
A new Palestinian film fictionalises the plight of female Palestinian prisoners of conscience in Israel: from hunger-striking to child birth.
Hunger striking in prison taught Sulaiman Khatib a lot about his body, his mind and the importance of peaceful, non-violent activism.
By Raya Al-Jadir Filmmakers are moving away from the headline conflict to shed light on real life in Palestine as lived by actual Palestinians, both real and fictional. Monday 19 January 2015 The recent London Palestine Film Festival featured more than…
Does the largest Palestinian protest in recent memory, along with weeks of unrest, indicate that the long-expected next intifada is here?
The power of Palestinian literature lies in its ability to make a word of difference, gradually shifting perceptions and, through them, reality.
The outside world primarily see Palestinians as two-dimensional heroes or villains. A new generation of artists and writers is adding a vital third dimension, the human.
As John Kerry’s efforts appear doomed, Palestinian and Israeli peace activists are left with an impossible challenge: peace how? Ask the people.