My daughter smiled at me when she saw I was about to choke, writes Sayed Kashua.
What is the proper Arab reaction to the strange prohibitions against eating bread on Passover and driving on Yom Kippur?
Reflections at the end of a stressful North American book tour.
Why the Bir Zeit University synchronized swimming team is my key to a brighter future.
I was taught that there is no other place for me than Tira, but I want to teach my children differently.
A word in the kids' ear before boarding the plane could make all the difference.
'You!' my wife screams at me. 'You never studied anything in your life and you still earn 10 times more than me!' writes Sayed to Tzafra Dweck, incoming chairperson of the Social Workers Association.
A household chore takes an unexpected turn.
I stopped the car and turned my head to look at the back seat. Her eyes were wide open, her body was frozen, a book of Psalms lay open on her chest.
Do Arabs live near their parents because of culture, or because that is what is convenient for Israelis?