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Book Club: Author Omar Mouallem talks more about his illuminating new book, Praying to the West: How Muslims Shaped the Americas, examining the kaleidoscope that is Islam in the Americas and how this diversity has impacted host communities.
Bahrain's nomination was among 48 from around the world considered for inscription on the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity list at an annual UNESCO-led meeting.
Book Club: The first collection from a young Palestinian poet battling Israeli domination, Rifqa teaches a global audience about both the stark reality of occupation and the life of its inspirational namesake.
Palestinian cinema is back in London with a jam-packed two week programme of films and live events. Here's our pick of five stunning films from this year's London Palestinian Film Festival you shouldn't miss.
Sirhan was convicted in 1969 after pleading guilty, though Kennedy's then 14-year-old son has since campaigned for the Palestinian Christian's release, saying the evidence against him doesn't stack up.
The case, brought forward by the head of the Egyptian Artists' Syndicate, requested the court refuse permits from the artist to sing in concerts or perform in any acting roles.
Book Club: Edward Said's contribution both to Palestinian literature and Postcolonialism as a theoretical discipline remains unparalleled. In this searing new biography, Timothy Brennan provides an exhaustive account of the man's life and legacy.