Diaspora Christmas Dinner

Christmas in diaspora is, at the very least, often liberated from dry turkey. So what do we end up eating? Henna Zamurd-Butt asks some friends Read More


Review: Arab Christmas “Christians have been part of Gaza’s fabric since time immemorial”

by Hamja Ahsan    It is a Friday night and I am inside the Rich Mix, a venue at the foot of East London’s Brick Lane, where three musical acts organised by Arts Canteen transport me into a Byzantine Temple, during Queen Zanubia’s reign of Palmyra in Iraq and Syria (269CE). The venue is where… Read More