2018

Israel: Democracy or Apartheid State?

Israel: Democracy or Apartheid State?

Author(s):

Josh Ruebner

Publisher:

Olive Branch Press

Published:

November 2017
2017 marks a year of significant milestones in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. One hundred years ago, the British government issued the Balfour Declaration, calling for the establishment of a Jewish National Home in Palestine. Seventy years ago,...

In Jerusalem and Other Poems

In Jerusalem and Other Poems

Publisher:

Interlink Books

Published:

September 2017
Born in 1977, Tamim Al-Barghouti is probably one of the most widely read Palestinian poets of his generation. His poetry readings are attended by thousands, sometimes packing stadiums and amphitheaters. The...

Gaza: Preparing for Dawn

Gaza: Preparing for Dawn

Publisher:

Oneworld Publications

Published:

October 2017
A coastal civilisation open to the world. A flourishing port on a major international trading route. This was gaza’s past. Can it be its future? Today, gaza is home to a uniquely imprisoned people, most unable to travel to the...

Living Memories

Living Memories

Author(s):

Faiha Abdulhadi

Publisher:

Al Rowat for Studies and Research

Published:

July 2017
The testimonies of the Palestinians displaced from their homeland in 1948 consistently confirmed that the Zionist forces resorted to systematic forced displacement of entire Palestinian families through various means. These included bombarding...

Past Winners

  • In the Land of My Birth: A Palestinian Boyhood
  • Balfour in the Dock: J.M.N. Jeffries & the Case for the Prosecution
  • Brothers Apart: Palestinian citizens of Israel and the Arab world
  • The Great War and the Remaking of Palestine
  • On the Arab-Jew, Palestine, and other displacements
  • Gaza under Hamas: From Islamic Democracy to Islamist Governance
  • The Commander: Fawzi Al-Qawuqji and the fight for Arab Independence 1914-1948
  • Drawing the Kafr Qasem Massacre
  • The Biggest Prison on Earth: A History of the Occupied Territories
  • Palestinians in Syria: Nakba Memories of Shattered Communities