“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.
“My message to all of you, without exception, is the message of a loving woman, striving for peace and safety, and hoping that justice and equality will be shared by all human beings everywhere.”