Israeli army forces raided the Dar Yusuf Nasri Jacir for Art and Research, also confiscating phones, computers, hard drives, cameras, and books.
The Travails of Civic Governance Under Israeli Occupation
In the documentary Mayor, Musa Hadid tries to keep Ramallah, Palestine functioning as best he can.
Banksy Throws “Apology” Tea Party for Palestinians in Bethlehem
The party was a mock response to celebrations in London commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Balfour declaration, a statement of British government support for a Jewish home in Palestine.
A Photo Exhibition About Israel and the West Bank that Chooses Sides
On the heels of last Saturday’s protest at the Brooklyn Museum, a more careful examination of one of the two exhibitions targeted by the protesters is in order.
Two Artists Confront the Politics and Prejudice of Mourning in Israel
Earlier this month, artist Romy Achituv and writer Illana Sichel responded to the recent bouts of violence against Jewish Israelis and West Bank Palestinians with a poster project that uses a stark Israeli graphic language of mourning.
Palestinian Artist’s Rainbow Mural on the West Bank Wall Has Unintended Consequences
Artist Khaled Jarrar is no stranger to controversy.