The story of the six Palestinian political prisoners should inspire hope and action, not throw us into despair.
Susan Abulhawa is a Palestinian writer and the author of the international bestselling novel, Mornings in Jenin (Bloomsbury 2010). She is also the fou... nder of Playgrounds for Palestine, an NGO for children.
He is no different from his predecessors. He has just not masked his cruel instincts.
Colum McCann’s latest novel mystifies the colonisation of Palestine as a ‘complicated conflict’ between two equal sides.
By imbuing Gazans with mythical bravery, the left is failing to recognise Palestinian humanity.
Israel’s new ‘nation-state’ law follows in the footsteps of Jim Crow, the Indian Removal Act and the Nuremberg Laws.
Their actions blur the boundaries of nation-states, race and class, shifting loyalties towards universal rights.