Writing the Gift of Immortality in Kamel Daoud’s ‘Zabor, or the Psalms’
Combining the elements of storytelling and magic, Kamel Daoud’s “Zabor, or the Psalms” (Other Press, 2021) follows Zabor — born Ishmael — who tasks himself with an immense responsibility in his small village on the edge of the Sahara: to prevent death and to heal people by writing about them.
Ben Jelloun Recounts a Moroccan Tragedy of Repression, Rape and Suicide Against Teenager
The Arab-Israeli Conflict: How the American Left Grabbed the Third Rail of American Politics
The Arab-Israeli conflict has long been a divisive issue in the left lane of American politics. Bitter disagreements came to the fore, especially during periods of armed conflict and subsequent occupation, such as the wars of 1967 and 1973, and Israel’s invasion of Lebanon in 1982.
New Anthology Empowers, Celebrates the Role of Professional Women Journalists Covering the Mideast
New Film History Volume Documents, Preserves Legacy of Palestinian Cinema, From Nakba to the Present