Two decades on from the Second Intifada, artist Raed Khatab remembers the bullet wound that left him unable to dance for two months, and how culture remains a source of Palestinian resilience.
Last night a group of Jewish activists projected images onto the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, calling for action on Israel’s occupation of Palestine.
Keir Starmer’s decision to fire his Shadow Education Secretary highlights the moral pitfalls of approaching anti-racism as a PR exercise.
For Palestinians living under occupation, a widespread COVID-19 outbreak would be catastrophic. So how are they keeping it under control?
Photographer Pauline Beugnies visits Battir: one of the last villages that is not yet cut off from Jerusalem by the separation wall.
Photographer Iris Hassid Segal captures a group of teenage girls as they complete their mandatory military service in the IDF.
International porn icon Jonathan Agassi had a meteoric rise to fame – but at what cost? A new film by Tomer Heymann reveals what happens when the camera stops rolling.
Colour, style, and attitude: photographer Alex Farfuri captures the sun-loving beach dwellers of Israel.
Photographer Rafael Fuchs rediscovers an archive of imagery from his past: shots of secret lives, unknown families, and striking personal histories.
Military service is mandatory in Israel, but for the young Israelis who refuse to serve and be complicit in occupation, a complicated journey awaits.
With the death toll in Gaza rising as Palestinians continue to demand a right to return to their land, protestors take to the streets of London.
The religious nationalist state is abandoning a founding principle - the Jewish right of return - to silence dissent, argues Alon Aviram.