The longer I stay abroad, the more I feel this column isn't fulfilling its primary purpose: Testing the limits of a Palestinian Israeli's freedom of expression. So I've decided to take a break
My wife felt as if she was about to die, so I called an ambulance. I got really stressed out, because I didn’t think I’d have time to dress appropriately before the paramedics showed up
Reflections on political humor, violence, kids and even squirrels during a nighttime taxi ride from the airport
A writer friend who has arrived in the United States makes a shocking discovery when she goes to buy a smartphone
Even while waiting in line, Arab and Jew quarrel over the eternal question: ‘Who was here first?’
Sayed Kashua Am I Being a Racist to Show Concern Because My Daughter Is Hanging Out With White People?
My boys have somehow become friends with immigrant children; their best friends are of Italian, Brazilian, Greek and Israeli origin. It’s my daughter that I’m most worried about
The slightest change in plans knocks me for a loop
The myth of the American dream sometimes seems to be stronger outside the U.S.
Sometimes I forget that being a part of the Arab minority in America doesn't give me license to resort to offensive humor
The weather forecasters must have picked 'Harvey' only because they were certain it would be a mild hurricane, professional and caring