Can art help the Palestinian struggle or is it a preoccupation those living under occupation can ill-afford?
Is it possible for Israelis and Palestinians to find common refuge in their shared notions of exile and return?
Even for a non-believing Egyptian, Ramadan in Jerusalem – where the three Abrahamic faiths coincide and oft collide – is a fascinating experience.
Living behind the ‘Zion Curtain’ reveals how alike Israelis and Palestinians are and how ordinary people must build common ground on this shared land.
The world’s largest Arabic-language press archive is located in Israel. Should Arabs use it or boycott it?
هل تستطيع حرية الأفلام السينمائية مساعدة الفلسطينيين على تحقيق الحرية الحقيقية؟
The reopening of a landmark East Jerusalem cinema could provide local Palestinians with a much-needed dose of ‘reel’ freedom.
Outsiders are more likely to associate Palestine with statehood-pending than patent-pending, but innovation is crucial to building a better future.
The Holy Land is where Christmas began. But with the relative decline of Christianity there, does the yuletide still retain its spirit?
an ‘freedom riders’ defiantly boarded a bus to Jerusalem. So is the next stop for the Palestinian struggle a mass civil rights movement?