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Dareen Tatour’s Appeal Partially Accepted: Poem Is Not a Crime

An update on the ongoing struggle of Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour by Marcia Lynx Qualey of Arabit.org

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Christmas Gift: 6 Poems by Asmaa Azaizeh

Palestinian poet Asmaa Azaizeh was born in 1985 in the village of Daburieh, in the Lower Galilee, Palestine. Her poems have since been translated into English, German, Spanish, Farsi, Swedish, Italian, Dutch and Hebrew

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Free At Last! Palestinian Poet Dareen Tatour Finally Released by Israelis

Thursday, 20 September, 2018 Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour, was released from prison by the Israeli authorities after completing her last five-month prison sentence.

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Palestinian Poet Dareen Tatour Sentenced to 5 Months; Create Art To Help Fight Her Conviction

Dareen Tatour has already spent more than two years and eight months between prison and house arrest for “incitement to violence” and “support of a terrorist organization” for her poem, “Resist, My People, Resist Them,” and Facebook statuses. She was convicted

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Make Noise & Beauty on July 28, a Day of Creativity for Ashraf Fayadh

An open letter from poet-activist Mona Kareem and ArabLit editor M Lynx Qualey

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On Mahmoud Darwish’s Birthday, a New Translation of ‘Dying for Free’

On the anniversary of the birth of the great Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish (1942-2008), a new translation by Naser Albreeky

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New Theatre: ‘The Several Beheadings of Ashraf Fayadh’

If you’re in London, you have an opportunity to drop in on a reading of Hassan Abdulrazzak‘s new short play, The Several Beheadings of Ashraf Fayadh

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