As the US breaks with the status quo by moving its embassy from Tel Aviv – and a spate of … More
In the summer of 2012, the people of Nabi Saleh finally made it to the spring. Every Friday since 2009, … More
What’s your beef
Sitting in his spacious office in the town of Kfar Kanna, near Nazareth in the Galilee, Ahmad Effendi Meat Co. … More
Why doesn’t the west care about the Middle East’s Christians?
For a conflict so often compared to a crusade, the Iraq War has been devastating for Christians in the Middle … More
What fractured Jerusalem needs now
In the summer of 2014 Jerusalem broke apart, again. In those few bloody months, which began in April with the … More
Israeli-Palestinian conflict: is one homeland the solution?
As support for a two-state solution to their conflict declines among Israelis and Palestinians, a different approach to finding a … More
Islam in Liberalism
Is Islam inherently opposed to Western liberalism?
Bilingual collection of poems and prose joins young Arabic, Hebrew writers
Hanin Zoabi, Balad, and the Jewish vote
MK Hanin Zoabi has had a tough term
Beauty in a bulldozer
A Palestinian artist turns tools of destruction into works of terrifying beauty