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States of Journalism series: Our coverage of Palestine is unique because it is honest, integral, and gives a 360-degree view of the situation, rather than politicised snippets of events. Our secret recipe? Telling the truth.
Due to reductive and harmful notions of identity, Palestinian-Americans have either had to hide their diasporic pride, or assimilate to survive. Yet, as we find out through the story of Tariq Raouf, many have now awoken to political engagement.
The New Arab Meets: Palestinian singer-songwriter Bashar Murad who uses his music to confront conservative norms, the Israeli occupation, and LGBT+ rights in the Middle East.
The New Arab Meets: Exiled Syrian rapper, Amir Al-Muarri, to talk war trauma, censorship and musical political resistance following his latest record release.
The New Arab Meets: Nidal Nijm, a Palestinian-Brazilian video game designer who has developed a Palestinian-orientated game with a resistance fighter seeking to gain justice for himself after being tortured by Israeli authorities.
The New Arab Meets: MP, activist and former Labour Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn to talk more about his new initiative 'Peace and Justice', as well as his thoughts on Palestine, the pandemic, Afghanistan, UK racism, and the state of Labour today.
The New Arab Meets: Musical sensation TootArd, an inventive ensemble from the occupied Golan Heights whose sound fuses desert blues, ska and all-out psychedelic rock.
The New Arab Meets: Daniel Jadue, one of the candidates for this year's Chilean presidential election. A member of the Communist Party of Chile, he speaks to Naela Khalil about his Palestinian roots and growing up under Pinochet's dictatorship.
The New Arab Meets: Farah Koutteineh, founder of Key48, an online account which started out as a student movement to counteract censorship in universities, but little did she know it would go on to tackle Instagram's silencing of Palestinian voices.