Topic: Israeli literature

The use of the Arabic language alongside the Hebrew language was a matter of course for Iraqi Jews right up to their death, as the text on the gravestone shows: Itzhak Schlomo, died on day 24 of the Hebrew month Iyar in 679 (source: Facebook; Israel in Iraqi dialect)

Iraqi Jews

Iraqi Judaism lives on in literary form

Israeli author Amos Oz (photo: Imago/Leemage)

Obituary: Amos Oz

Peace campaigner and voice of reason

Israeli author Dorit Rabinyan (photo: Getty Images/AFP)

Book review: Dorit Rabinyan′s "All the Rivers"

Star-crossed lovers

Palestinian-Israeli author Sayed Kashua (photo: picture-alliance/Leemage)

Sayed Kashua′s ″Native: Dispatches from a Palestinian-Israeli Life″

His family′s grace

Cover of "Who the fuck is Kafka?" by Lizze Doron (published by dtv premium)

Lizzie Doron′s book ″Who the fuck is Kafka?″

″Only as enemies did we become friends”

Judith Katzir (photo: private)

Interview with the Jewish author Judith Katzir

Friendship across the divide

Assaf Gavron (photo: © Philippe Matsas, Agence Opale)

Assaf Gavron's Novel "The Hilltop"

Message of Political Reconciliation

Amos Oz, author and peace activist (photo: Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images)

Interview with Amos Oz

''I Love Israel Even in Times When I Don't Like It''

Assaf Gavron (photo: dpa)

Israel's Social Media and the Gaza Crisis

Truths Come Through