Raja Shehadeh’s choices highlight the suffering endured by the Palestinian people over the last 100 years. But they also celebrate the country’s natural beauty, vibrant culture and multi-textured humanity
Abraham Foxman says anti-Semitism began with the charge of deicide against the Jewish people at the death of Jesus. The anti-Semitic obsession with Jews and money, he says, stems from Judas and his 30 pieces of silver
Acclaimed novelist and author of Mornings in Jenin, chooses five books about Palestine by Palestinian writers. She says what she sees among the young people in Palestine is humbling, 'they have such remarkable spirit'
Award-winning broadcast journalist and author chooses five books on Israel. He says that perceptions of Israel and Palestine are always filtered through expectation and prejudice - which makes the problem unsolvable
The author and political blogger chooses five books on the Israel-Palestine conflict and compares the Palestinians to the Jews in diaspora – as the land disappears under their feet, their identity grows stronger
“Science isn’t subjective, because out of very human processes and bias and fashion and error, the scientific process itself does eventually work. All those biases and history fall away and you arrive at what really is the truth.”