Charmaine Seitz is a writer, editor, and designer. She is a former editor of the Jerusalem Quarterly File published by the Institute for Palestine Studies and worked as a journalist in Ramallah for international news outlets before starting her own communications company in the US.
After the policeman charged with killing Eyad Hallaq was acquitted in July 2023, prosecutors declined to appeal. Now Hallaq’s family is taking them to court.
Jerusalem psychiatrist Samah Jabr, chair of the Palestinian Authority’s Mental Health Unit, sees tending to mental health as one path to liberation.
Amnesty International says Israel’s use of biometric and facial recognition surveillance supports apartheid.
Months after Israel changed visa procedures for foreigners entering the West Bank to visit Palestinians, the process remains murky.
Restrictive visa requirements for any foreigner visiting Palestinians who hold PA IDs and live in the West Bank take effect.
A prolific diarist offers a glimpse of Jerusalem’s multi-confessional social traditions in the late Ottoman and British Mandate periods.