Palestinians getting screwed? Who'd have guessed...
Maya Zinshtein’s new documentary follows the stories of two Muslim players who get signed to the notoriously right-wing Beitar Jerusalem FC.
Meet the Palestinian men, women and children who work on and help build Israeli settlements in the West Bank deemed illegal by the international community.
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 a sniper in the Israeli Army, Nadav Weiman saw firsthand the injustice of the Palestinian struggle. Now he’s helping other soldiers speak out and break their silence.
'As long as the occupation lasts, every action in every field of life has a political role in the conflict.'
Three years after the country got its first mini ramp, skating has changed the lives of young Palestinians, providing a much-needed outlet with no winning or losing.
Sixteen-year-old Rahel Gebretsadik had to flee Eritrea to find her feet. Now she's gunning for the finishing line in Israel, running stateless and free as a refugee.
When students at a university in London decided to place a Palestinian flag onto their rugby kits, it was an act of solidarity and defiance.
For young Jewish people growing up around the world, the relationship between Judaism and Israel is becoming increasingly hard to navigate.
In a country where the right to movement is so restricted for Palestinians, the Palestine Marathon is about more than the freedom to run.
Born into a religious Jewish family in a West Bank settlement, 20-year-old Adam Orbach has been defying gender boundaries for as long as he can remember. This is his story.