It’s the little things. Season one of the new FX true-crime anthology, American Crime Story, attempts to recreate the O….
UCF’s poorly-worded alert about a possible armed suspect in the main library is part of a more pervasive problem: Islamophobia.
Especially in the United States where pro-Israel sentiment runs high, Palestinians face unique challenges when being open with their identity. This question in particular forces many to pause and think.
This piece is about that one formative experience that made me acutely aware of Israel’s occupation and my role in working to put an end to it. Our Dissected Poetry project infuses original poetry with original stories to give readers as rich and as raw of an experience as possible.
Photo credit: Unspecified AFP Photograph
Date taken: September 19, 1982
Location: Sabra Refugee Camp, Beirut, Lebanon
A hidden camera prank show produced in the Gaza Strip reminds us of the humanity and integrity that Palestinians are known for.
Photo credit: Alaa Badameh
Date taken: July 1, 2014
Location: Jenin Refugee Camp, West Bank, Palestine
The White House Iftar is a State Department gimmick and far too many people fall for it.
The annual debate is upon us: which Palestinian foods are the best and worst for Ramadan?
We interview ‘Palestine in America’ founder Nader Ihmoud who has big ambitions to revolutionize coverage of Palestinian communities in the United States.