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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.
In the close confines of Palestinian life, a nascent street-racing scene is hurtling up and taking root.
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.
From breakdancing to ballet, a new wave of Middle Eastern dancers are finding creative ways to restore the one thing they feel they’re being denied: freedom of movement. These are their stories.
Situated on the West Bank of Palestinian territory, Qalqilya is a city surrounded by walls. Within this confinement though, SkateQilya is offering a place for a new generation of skateboarders to explore artistic expression.
In a country where the right to movement is so restricted for Palestinians, the Palestine Marathon is about more than the freedom to run.
Photographer and surfer Andrew McConnell journeys to Gaza, to discover the surf culture that has emerged in the midst of a battleground.
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.
Can non-profit project Skatepal help unite the youth in a divided land?
Eman Mohammed had to go beyond the headlines, and into harm’s way, to find the truth of war.