When legally participating in your nation’s elections results in deportation from the city of your birth
How Israel razed an 800-year-old historic Muslim neighborhood in the dead of night within hours of occupying East Jerusalem
A Jerusalem artist and art historian in exile whose work explored the beauty and pain of the Jerusalem he remembered
From 1967 to 1993, successive Israeli governments laid the foundations for an expanding settlement enterprise to Judaize Jerusalem and its surroundings.
The founder and director of the Israel Land Fund, Deputy Mayor of Jerusalem Arieh King, describes the fund’s goals in his own very explicit and unequivocal words.
The agony and dehumanizing experience of the “morning commute” for Palestinians who hold Palestinian Authority (PA) ID cards and must enter Israel to feed their families.
“All we talk about is the house”—A timeline showing how a Palestinian home in what became West Jerusalem was confiscated and passed to Jewish ownership and its origins erased
Israel froze modern LSR in East Jerusalem in 1967. In 2018, it reversed this policy in an open attempt to strengthen its sovereignty over the contested area.
An overview of the labyrinthine status of land in East Jerusalem and its implications
A legal analysis of the legality and likely motivation behind Israel’s resumption of land registration procedures since 2018
Palestinian Jerusalemites are indigenous natives who enjoyed full citizenship rights and whose international rights were profoundly violated when Israel denationalized them as it established its state. A conversation with international law expert Susan Akram.
A woman’s attempt to reconcile her English and Palestinian identities leads her to Jerusalem to search for the Qatamon home her family left in 1948.
A survivor of the Deir Yasin massacre recalls that dark day, its cost for his family, and its aftermath.
Where is Jerusalem? The answer is a lot more complex and unclear than you might think.
Israel’s settlements in and around Jerusalem take the shape of three rings that contribute to Judaizing the city and fragmenting its Palestinian communities.
A Palestinian woman returns to Jerusalem to rediscover and reclaim her mother’s city for her.
One of Jerusalem’s most important villages, al-Walaja, has been suffocated by Israeli settlements and their accompanying infrastructure and converted into an open-air prison.