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Book Club: The New Arab sits down with journalist John Lyons, whose new book, Dateline Jerusalem: Journalism's Toughest Assignment, examines the current stranglehold of the Israeli lobby within Australia and how to shift the current narrative.
Soon after Amira was screened worldwide, audiences throughout the Arab world were quick to denounce the film's inaccuracies, with some activists even taking to the streets to force its removal from cinemas. The New Arab reports back on the outrage.
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.
The Artists for Palestine exhibition in Buenos Aires showcased the intense solidarity felt by Argentine artists, whose own history of dictatorship and repression has shaped their deep compassion for those under occupation in Palestine.
Netflix has launched 32 Palestinian films on its platform under the collection Palestinian Stories many of which will be broadcast globally, in a step well-received by Palestinian directors and audiences.
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.
From fiction and short films to documentary and real-life, Palestine Cinema Days showcased a rich, diverse and unique selection of Palestinian, Arab and international movies this year.
Noam Ohana, an investor and former Israeli army special forces volunteer, served as a company director at Boiler Room, a company with a pro-Palestine stance, for seven years.
In episodes 17 & 18 from the past two weeks, Joe Show mocks Egypt's new 'American-style' prison and overhyped human rights strategy, the anniversary of UAE-Israel normalisation, and Lebanon's hapless new government