The firing of the Ramadan cannon is a centuries-old tradition. How did it begin, and what meanings and memories does it evoke for the community?
A jeweler in the Old City shares his wistful dreams for the holy month of Ramadan as it approaches. What’s he wishing for?
Teresa, 22, lives in Ramallah, but she’s never seen nearby Jerusalem due to Israel’s Separation Wall and permit regime. What lies behind the wall?
Mohammed El-Kurd, 14, narrates his experience of sharing his family home with the Jewish settlers who forcibly expelled the El-Kurds from the two-room extension they added in the 1990s.
What does a forcible home expulsion actually entail?
Residents of Wadi Yasul share their daily lived realities as targets for intended erasure from the landscape.
A Palestinian whose family was forced to relocate from West to East Jerusalem in 1948 returns to one of the family homes in West Jerusalem that Israel confiscated and shares his family’s story and memories.
A fictional couple plays out how Israel’s new regulations for foreigners wishing to visit the West Bank will seep into their private lives.
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.