Nakba: A Different Angle

By Yasser Ashour I was born as a refugee in Gaza; the city that hosted my family when the occupation displaced them from our village, Yibna, near the occupied city of Ramla. In Gaza, we […]

Canada’s Shameful Hypocrisy on Display!

By Marion Kawas Six weeks after Israeli snipers started killing and maiming Palestinians, including children, journalists, and medical workers, Canada’s PM Justin Trudeau finally released a carefully worded statement regarding the situation. The statement came […]

Every Person Has a Name

By Or Amit Every person has a name, wrote the Israeli poet Zelda, thereby coining a phrase that has become a mainstay of the Israeli pathos. The poem’s title is also the motto of Yad […]

Why Oranges Stick in My Throat

By Rima Najjar During the time that Palestinians call The Great Rebellion or Revolt against British pro-Zionist policies in Palestine, 1936-1939, things began to go seriously wrong for Palestinian Arabs living in Jaffa and have […]