Scholar Walaa Alqaisiya’s talk was pulled following accusations of antisemitism from pro-Israel groups.
Videos showed snipers shattering the windows of the mosque’s Qibli prayer hall to point their rifles down at the worshippers.
A new investigation examines Israel’s repeated attacks on Anthedon, Gaza’s first known seaport.
Ahed’s Knee is the latest film by Nadav Lapid to use a fictionalized version of the filmmaker to inveigh against societal injustice.
David Reeb’s painting was removed due to political pressure from the local mayor, prompting backlash by other artists.
Ramat Gan’s Mayor Carmel Shama-Hacohen called the work “racist towards ultra-orthodox Jews,” which the artist vehemently denies.
Hyperallergic speaks to organizers behind Queer Cinema for Palestine, a global alternative event to the Israeli-government-supported Tel Aviv International LGBT Film Festival.
Ra’anan Alexandrowicz’s documentary studies in real time how people rationalize and interpret the media they encounter.
The large murals by Palestinians and international artists depict the eyes of famous philosophers, activists, and artists.
Artists and cultural workers are withdrawing their work from the Zabludowicz Collection “in solidarity with Palestinian liberation.”
Cinema’s thorny depictions of Israeli military action reflects the swift shift in Jewish identity around questions of oppression.
The letter was initially signed by 300 leading Palestinian artists, writers, and filmmakers, including Emily Jacir, Mona Hatoum, and Elia Suleiman.