This Eurovision Has Been a Nightmare
Here are some photos that show why hosting an international pop competition in a world-famous conflict zone can make things a little tricky.
People Are Deactivating Airbnb for Allowing Listings in the Occupied West Bank
Airbnb won't be collecting profits from illegal settlements, but organisers say that's not enough.
Inside Tel Aviv and the Most Political Eurovision in History
Israel wants the competition to be a celebration of its values, while protesters are trying to stop the government from hijacking the narrative.
Palestinian Women Artists Urge Madonna to Cancel Performance in Israel
Artists like Lorde and Lauryn Hill have chosen not to perform in Israel in support of Palestinian human rights.
Why This Year's Eurovision Song Contest Is So Controversial
Israel is set to host the song contest against a backdrop of protests, boycotts and political propaganda.
Israel Bombing ‘Cyber Operatives’ Isn’t Cyber War, It’s Just War
Experts in cybersecurity and conflict warn that it’s too early to draw dramatic conclusions about Israel’s strike against the alleged Hamas cyber headquarters.
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Meet the People Building a Skate Park for Kids in Palestine
The Middle East: a volatile and complicated place. A wall separates two beautiful countries as groups of skateboarders work towards transcending religious and cultural boundaries.
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'Displaced Dishes' Shares the Recipes of Refugees in Greece's Second Largest Camp
Sometimes, remembering favourite dishes, arguing over ingredients, and telling their stories is as close as the refugees get to home.
How Palestinians in Israel Use Music to Break Borders
Partying within a conservative culture isn't easy, let alone when movement is restricted. These groups are hoping to change that.
To Understand Gaza, Start with What People Are Eating—and Why
Food here has become politicised—in ways, even weaponised—and a microcosm of the forces shaping Gaza’s humanitarian crises.
How Labour Could Start to Solve Its Anti-Semitism Crisis
With some introspection, Jeremy Corbyn could rebuild trust with British Jews.
Welcome to the World’s Least Likely Palestinian Restaurant
What the Fattoush? is run by two non-Arabs out of a bar in East London. But its dishes—and commitment to Palestinian causes—are genuine.