Little-known journalist predicted the consequences of Britain’s meddling in Palestine. Read more about Putting Balfour on trial
Adventurous life of Fawzi al-Qawuqji, early 20th century revolutionary, recounted in engrossing new biography. Read more about Palestine's “scallywag leader of incredible cunning”
Extraordinary Rendition is an anthology of American authors who refuse to self-censor. Read more about Writing about Palestine's tragedy
A prison cell serves as an analogy for Israel’s occupation in Mai Masri’s debut feature. Read more about Israeli prison brutality dramatized in "3000 Nights"
By telling the story of the singer Mohammed Assaf, Hany Abu-Assad has made a feelgood movie about Gaza. Read more about The triumph of an Arab idol
Ahmed Masoud’s novel displays sensitivity while portraying a Palestinian who betrays his own people. Read more about Fear and self-loathing in Gaza
Land Without People chronicles Zionism’s ascent. Read more about Mandate-era play combusts lingering myths on Palestine
Israeli officers spy on cows in saga of nonviolent resistance. Read more about Beit Sahour’s first intifada heroes celebrated in intelligent, funny film
By looking at Palestine’s past, book offers vision for future. Read more about Israeli portrait of rose-tinted past gives way to rage at settlers
What is the role of beauty in a place of urgency and occupation, asks new collection of short stories. Read more about Doubt and desire abound in "The Book of Gaza"
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