“Most of the literary representations of the massacres in two Palestinian refugee camps don’t aim to hold a mirror to the three days of horror, which took place in 1982, between September 16 and 18.”
“See, prison is for lovers.”
“[A] Canadian teacher has been suspended for giving a speech in which she called the assassinated Palestinian writer a martyr.”
“Palestine has always been a murmur in the background, a story I tell myself to rescue a shared origin from extinction.”
“This desire underlines a central challenge impeding the development of Palestinian theater in Israel – as it is, schools offer theater training almost entirely in Hebrew. “
“Chapter 31: A New Archaeology Of The Future” is a new exhibition that tips its hat to Emile Habibi’s pioneering text “The Secret Life of Saeed The Pessoptimist.”
“Dareen, trapped in her house for using the word “Resist” – she was there
and we were everywhere else. “
“But after a prolonged drama in the Nazareth court the result was that Dareen was arrested and returned to prison. “
“We wait final decision from the court and expect Dareen to be home by July 25. Solidarity yields results!”
They signed on my behalf
And turned me into
A file, forgotten
Like cigarette butts.
“Let us be loud enough that he hears us.”
Whether you read Sayed Kashua’s new “Native: Dispatches from Israeli-Palestinian Life” or Sayed Kashua’s new “Native: Dispatches from Palestinian-Israeli Life” depends on whether you buy books printed in the US or the UK. But don’t worry, they’re both equally funny.