By Ali Ghaith, Lamees Assaf, Kassam WMaaddi There is a stereotype that Arab women are not independent or strong enough to be doing certain things. And I like to show that we are […]
By Amena ElAshkar, Suzan Suleiman, Alaa Daraghme Nablus Sweets, Ramallah Market, Falasteen Barber Shop and many other storefronts with Arabic names. But we are not in Palestine. Or any other Arab state. We […]
By Rima Mohd, Mohammad Hamayel, Nour Qudeimat, Razan Najjar A bearded driver is moving his truck down the road, carrying a large shipping container. Exiting the highway, the truck rolls into Patterson, New Jersey; […]
By Doaa Ali, Shatha Yaish and Riham Kousa The green meadows dotting New York’s Hudson Valley paint a very different picture than the crowded alleys of the Gaza Strip where […]
By Osama Awwad – Mohammad Al-Azza- Rana AlRishmawi When Palestinian photojournalist Mohammed Al-Azza ducked into a pharmacy in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, he he didn’t expect to stay long. But then […]
By Fadi Hijaz, Maram Musleh, Shaden Gannam, Tala Halawa When we met George Hishmeh, we were instantly captivated by the way he spoke of his childhood home in Haifa, Palestine. […]
Meet the journalists!
I am not here to convert you. I am here to come out and say that anyone who doesn’t support equality for Palestinians is ridiculous and I will make fun […]
“We love sports and music, we’re cultured, we love life.” Mohammad Assaf, 23, Arab Idol 2013 “We witnessed a big rise in the numbers of online journalists who got […]
*A young photographer from Gaza chooses to focus on the living. *Meet the Mukhtar of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. *An elder journalist speaks of a lifetime spent away from home.
Check out Mohammad Al-Azza’s short doc about the water crisis in occupied Palestine. ‘Water comes every month, every week, every three weeks. They are in charge. It depends on their […]
info-graph by: Shaden Ghannam & Tala Halawa