A newly renovated museum in Jerusalem’s Old City explores 3,000 years of Armenian art, culture, and history.
We review the book Feast of Ashes, by Sato Moughalian, which chronicles the origins of the Armenian ceramic tradition in Jerusalem, first introduced there by the author’s grandfather, a refugee from the Armenian genocide.
The infinite indignities and humiliations of daily life for Palestinian spouses living in Jerusalem on Israeli military stay permits
When legally participating in your nation’s elections results in deportation from the city of your birth
Months after Israel changed visa procedures for foreigners entering the West Bank to visit Palestinians, the process remains murky.
How the New City came to an abrupt and violent end
A well-to-do Jerusalem family was made refugees overnight in 1948; they lost everything but tenaciously remained in their city and gradually rebuilt.
An introduction to the applications of International Humanitarian Law (IHL) within the context of the occupied Palestinian Territory (oPT), including East Jerusalem.
Rinad’s story shows how closure steals time, lives, and livelihoods, and robs Palestinians like her of the chance to enjoy and engage with their own city.
A photo album of the Meo family business, a Jerusalemite Old City landmark for 124 years
Israel’s settlements in and around Jerusalem take the shape of three rings that contribute to Judaizing the city and fragmenting its Palestinian communities.
Izzeldin Bukhari founded Sacred Cuisine to celebrate Palestinian culinary heritage and his city, Jerusalem, and to express the essence of his Sufi religion, which views feeding others as a form of love.