(An editorial essay on the Middle East) What is it that we do here in Montreal or anywhere else […]
Volume 23 Issue 3
Printed originally by Viewpoints, The State of the Arts in the Middle East: Volume IV, The Middle East Institute, […]
I am walking the streets of Ras Beirut where I grew up, where my parents’ home still exists in […]
Israel is losing the propaganda war. Mainstream newspapers now provide ample reason to conclude that Israel oppresses the Palestinians […]
Rezeq Faraj and the “Descent into Hell” It was when I read Palestine: le refus de disparaître, the 2005 […]
Hundreds of Palestinians and Israelis demonstrate weekly against Jewish settlements in Sheikh Jarrah, East Jerusalem. Over the last […]
Bil’in, situated to the west of Ramallah, is a village typical of the eastern Mediterranean from many points of […]
Kamal AlJafari’s Port of Memory (2010) is situated in the port of Jaffa.
A colleague of mine suggested that I contribute an article on my interest in the question of Palestinian rights […]
Media coverage of the peace talks presently underway in Washington is generally pessimistic about the prospects of success.
One party asks for more than he is willing to settle for.
Intro: Speaking in Montreal, David Shulman, an Israeli activist, described the luxurious, yet windowless, houses of the illegal Jewish […]
Canada and Israel – Building Apartheid by Yves Engler, a co-publication of Fernwood Publishing and RED Publishing, ISBN: 9781552663554, Publication Date: […]
In Gaza breast milk for two years a well-spaced brother organic baby food furniture safety-checked growth carefully plotted then […]
In a café somewhere a light switch clicked behind a blue paint-chipped door.
[from my Iraq suite, “Howl to the Dying of the Moon”] * A lean desert wolf howls...
In January 2009 Caryl Churchill penned the play Seven Jewish Children: A Play for Gaza in response to […]
I am a Japanese Writer.