Issa Amro wants to teach young Palestinians to peacefully challenge the Israeli occupation and build communities. Can his work overcome decades of violence and strife?
Israeli artist Omer Golan survived a Palestinian suicide bomb attack in 2000. Since then, he's worked with his wife Tal as the artist duo OMTA.
Despite growing tensions with Prime Minister Netanyahu, the Obama administration requested more than $3.1 billion in military aid for Israel this year. But what would happen if that were all gone?
Twyman's latest production looks at what it's like for a family to live through the Israeli-Palestinian war.
There were political protests, bouts of crying, arm wrestling, a marriage proposal, and a ceremonial knife-giving.
When I went from working with NGOs to the private sector, a crazy business partner and some shady cops nearly derailed my business.
We spoke to the author of Goliath about how his harsh and uncompromising critiques of Israel have inspired a backlash from across the political spectrum.
Silwan is becoming one of the most contentious neighborhoods in the most contested city in the world.
The wall destroyed Johnny Anastas' livelihood and trapped his home in on three sides, so he decided to make the most of it with a gift shop full of wooden, Christian-themed souvenirs.
In the aftermath of the latest war between Palestine and Israel, I photographed pieces of people's lives lying in the rubble.
Pro-Israeli students started a rival to a takeout restaurant that criticized the US's role in the conflict.
The controversial Israeli historian's new book—published in English by Verso last month and part of a trilogy on Israel, Zionism and Jewish identity—is a bitter, provocative resignation from an identity he no longer wishes to have.
Eman Mohammed has fought her way through abusive colleagues, death threats, and sexual harassment.
Eighteen years ago, on November 4, 1995, Nobel Peace Prize laureate and Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin was murdered by a young right-wing militant named Yigal Amir. I spoke to Yigal's brother and accomplice, Hagai.
In today's news roundup, Libyan soldiers and militias battle for Benghazi, and tensions heighten between Israelis and Palestinians in Jerusalem.
We need art that asks hard questions.
While every country holds the right to refuse access to foreign nationals, it seems that Israel is extending the concept of "security threat" to anyone expressing oppositional political views.
Though many of them aren't allowed physical contact with their wives, the prisoners can still impregnate their spouses—all they need is a little creativity.
The British charity SkatePal just put the finishing touches on a concrete park in Zababdeh.
Politicians praised this weekend's protest against the NYPD for being calm and orderly, but "calm and orderly" doesn't always bring about change.
Protesters in Oakland blocked an Israeli ship from unloading its cargo to protest Israel's war on Gaza.
The recent surge of anti-Semitic violence in Germany has been intense, but it shouldn't really come as a shocker, despite politicians' claim to the contrary.
Why don't human rights groups call Israel's actions "genocide"? We asked and they wouldn't say.
After another big protest for Gaza, people ran around Oxford Street demanding to boycott Israel. Despite the direct action, we didn't see any police bludgeonings or broken windows.