Amin Dora’s Lebanese film Ghadi (2013) steers away from the themes we have come to expect in Arab cinema. Full of clever, side-splitting commentary about religious gullibility and poor community attitudes towards people with […]
Jennine Abdul Khalik
Jennine is a Palestinian-Australian journalist based in Sydney. She loves travel, language, loud music, politics, design, most things Arabic, and films with subtitles. Jennine is the co-founder and co-editor of Sajjeling. Follow her for updates on Twitter @jennineak.
Jennine Abdul Khalik reviews the chilling documentary ‘Cartel Land‘, which screened earlier this week at the Sydney Film Festival… With footage to rival an action movie and, at moments, a horror movie, the […]
When I first stumbled across photos of Knafeh Bakery on Instagram, I double-tapped in a frenzy. Knafeh served from a shipping container? Yes, please. A pop-up bakery inspired by the streets of […]
A Leb, a Wog and a Bogan transport audiences back to when the Sydney gang rapes took place in the year 2000. In a performance-reading piece titled #Three Jerks, the lived experiences and […]
“Return unifies us.” In a small meeting room somewhere in Sydney’s Inner West, Palestinian-Australians, and Australians in solidarity, gather to reaffirm a single right: the inalienable, non-negotiable Right of Return for all […]