TWIP Archive

Message From the editor

As I walked through Ramallah one day, I stopped to read a plaque about a certain Mukhlis Amro who had been a member of a literary society in the 1920s. I was intrigued – and thus the idea about the theme for this issue was born. Nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Palestine was home to a […] more

The Last Word?

Born in 1896, Elias As’ad Haddad grew up in Nazareth, the city of his birth. He was a bright kid who knew what he wanted in life. Elias was popular among his friends (and hence nicknamed Abu Ali).... more
In the Limelight

The following directory is a highlight of some of the most active cultural centers, hotels, restaurants, and other institutions in Palestine.