For Palestinians living under occupation, a widespread COVID-19 outbreak would be catastrophic. So how are they keeping it under control?
Maya Zinshtein’s new documentary follows the stories of two Muslim players who get signed to the notoriously right-wing Beitar Jerusalem FC.
Last December, Hasan left his hometown of Qalqilya to enter Israel on a one-day visitor’s permit. He hasn’t returned since. Now living illegally by one of the most troubled borders in the world, he shares his stories on skateboarding, filmmaking, and falling in love with the enemy.
'As long as the occupation lasts, every action in every field of life has a political role in the conflict.'
In the era of fake news and rising authoritarianism, leading photojournalists present their images of resistance in defence of those documenting the facts.
A short documentary unpicks the deep roots of the Gaza conflict, a human-made disaster driven by Israel’s violent settler-colonial project in Palestine.
London Palestine Action protested Sabon cosmetics, whose whose factory is built on former Palestinian villages.
Documentary Speed Sisters reveals the story of the Middle East’s first female racing team. Huck speaks to director Amber Fares and team manager Maysoon Jayyusi.
London Palestine Action hack the tube’s ad spots to highlight the British companies who profit from Israel’s illegal occupation of the Palestinian territories.
Iraq's Dark Phantom lead the charge of heavy metal acts taking on Islamic extremists and corrupt government officials across the region. Here we celebrate some of the loudest voices.
Epicly Palestine’d: The Birth of Skateboarding in the West Bank meets the local skate pioneers helping to build a scene from nothing.
Head down to SkatePAL’s fundraising summer skate jam at Gillett Square, Dalston, Sunday July 19, to help them build their third skatepark in Palestine.