Protests following Israa Gharib's death reflect growing anger about gender-related crime.
Former political prisoner who survived Israeli torture prevented by police from speaking in Berlin.
Poet jailed by Israel receives literary freedom award in The Netherlands.
Palestinian women prisoners haven’t been outdoors in 40 days.
After release, poet Dareen Tatour vows to continue writing.
“There is no justice in an Israeli court when the accused is Palestinian,” poet says.
Literary freedom group condemns conviction “for doing what writers do every day.”
Israeli prosecutor falsely accuses Palestinian poet of encouraging violence.
Israeli-style surveillance and intimidation employed against journalists and social media users.
Dareen Tatour remains under curfew, even though the terms of her house arrest have been eased.
Suzanne Nossel, head of PEN American Center, has previously advocated a boycott of Iran.
Dareen Tatour is committed to keep using poetry as a form of protest.