Forward, Jan 7, 2018

Hebron in particular and Palestine in general are divided between those who have rights — namely settlers — and those who don’t — Palestinians like me.

Haaretz, Dec 26, 2017


Rafat Alsoos has seen most of his Palestinian family and friends leave the West Bank since 2000, echoing the exodus of Arab Christians from the Middle East. To compound matters, he’s also the only pig farmer in an area that’s increasingly Muslim


Customers, including a Franciscan monk, shopping at the Aziz Butcher and Farm shop in Beit Jala, December 2017. Dina Kraft

Alsoos and an older sister are the only members of his immediate family still living in Beit Jala. For most of its centuries-long history, this was a majority Christian village. Now, though, it has a growing Muslim population and a shrinking Christian one. Their parents and five other siblings live in Canada, in a suburb of Toronto.

Mondoweiss, Nov 17, 2017

Sam Bahour of Right to Enter


“They’re targeting anyone for anything. They just want to find any little thing and kick you out, because if we stay here and keep making babies, there’s more Palestinians here,” Claire said. “But if we aren’t allowed to stay, we’re gone, and hopefully we’ll take our families with us.”

The New York Review of Books, January 18, 2018

Stephen Shore/303 Gallery, New York Nabi Musa, West Bank, January 19, 2010; photograph by Stephen Shore from the exhibition Stephen Shore, on view at the Museum of Modern Art, New York City, through May 28, 2018. The catalog is by Quentin Bajac, with contributions by David Campany, Kristen Gaylord, and Martino Stierli. It is published by MoMA.

In his chapter on the colonization of North America and the subjugation of Native Americans, Fields describes how “the law emerged as a crucial instrument in dispossessing Amerindians and transferring their land to colonists.” [...]

Sono il simbolo delle proteste di piazza per la dichiarazione di Trump su Gerusalemme e che ricordano sempre di più l’Intifada palestinese di trent’anni fa

Ahed Tamimi

Ahed Tamimi

 – Il Manifesto

Gerusalemme, 20 dicembre 2017, Nena News – «Dovrebbe finire i suoi giorni dentro a una cella». È questa punizione che il ministro dell’istruzione e leader ultranazionalista israeliano Naftali Bennett infliggerebbe alle 16enne palestinese Ahed Tamimi, arrestata nella notte di lunedì nella sua abitazione.