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 […]

The Fear of Palestinian Existence

By Denijal Jegić Fear has consistently shaped Zionism’s approach towards the indigenous Palestinians. As Palestinians have been blamed for merely standing in the way of the colonizer, their removal which has entailed multidimensional policies of […]

My Jewish Learning

By Rima Najjar A continuum of oppression is pervasive in Palestinian society, ranging from the matrix of control the Jewish state has imposed on Palestine to the oppression of cultural norms, such as those having […]