A Political and Literary Forum
While “left” in the West is now a virtual synonym for anti-Zionism, the same is far from true in Israel.
Not long after the Galerie Nationale de Jeu de Paume opened its doors in May to the Palestinian
In Palestine people have a tremendous capacity to wait. Waiting to cross a checkpoint, waiting for
In Palestine people have a tremendous capacity to wait—to cross a checkpoint, to get a permit to authorize crossing the checkpoint, for the bus once you are finally on the other side of the checkpoint.
The Israeli army’s unofficial yet unavoidable tactic is to instill constant fear through arbitrary acts of force—to make Palestinians believe that nothing escapes Israel’s fist, that Israeli soldiers are present even when they are not.
Talking about Gaza is like talking about God: we face the ineffable and cannot talk about what we see.
Revolutionary Theater in Palestine
Robin D. G. Kelley
Farmers and Settlers Clash in South Hebron
I was fifteen when we left Palestine in the summer of 2000, just a few months before the al Aqsa Intifada.
Sari Nusseibeh’s new book on a Palestinian state substitutes timeless philosophical reflection for concrete political imagination.
Avner Inbar, Assaf Sharon
David Grossman’s Article of Faith
A peace activist faces judgement in Israel.
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Daniel Akihiro Iwama
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