Author Archives: Zara Juneja

Sayed Kashua – ‘Navigating Between Two Worlds’ with Humour and Satire

Sayed Kashua – A journalist with a weekly column in the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, an author with three critically acclaimed novels, and a creator of a television series, ‘Arab Labor’ watched by 20% of the Israeli population. But all this, … Continue reading

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Children as Contributors to & Subjects in Separation Wall Graffiti – An appeal to an international conscience?

One particular dimension of the graffiti discussed in class, with specific regard to the separation barrier, that stood out to me was the inclusion of children. Whether it was the 12-year-old girl that spray-painted “Children Against the Wall” or Banksy’s … Continue reading

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The Dupes (1972)

The Dupes (Al Makhdu’un) a 1972 feature film, can be regarded as the epitome of the multifacetedPalestinian cinema that Livia Alexander explores. Directed by an Egyptian filmmaker, Tawfik Saleh, and funded by a Syrian organization, this film clearly fits the … Continue reading

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