Posts Tagged ‘ sayed kashua ’

The Most Popular Palestinian Writer in Israel

May 15, 2012

Sayed Kashua has made a career out of being an anomaly: A Hebrew-speaking Muslim Israeli Arab. As a writer, he pens a weekly column for Haaretz, a major Israeli newspaper, and he writes the hilarious sitcom Arab Labor for Israeli TV. His 2012 novel, Second Person Singular, is about being Arab in a majority-Jewish country, and it’s…

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What Do Arabs Think of Israelis?

October 15, 2010
What do arabs think of israelis

The Israeli sitcom Avodah Aravit, or “Arab Labor,” is a hilarious look at the way Israeli Arabs see…

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