Ghassan Kanafani (1936 – 1972) was a Palestinian author, activist and member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP). He wrote many influential texts including Men in the Sun (1962). He was assassinated by a car bomb by the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad.
|Born||8 April 1936|
Acre, Mandatory Palestine
|Died||8 July 1972 (aged 36)|
|Political party||Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine|
Translations into EnglishEdit
- Kanafani, Ghassan (1998). Men in the Sun and Other Palestinian Stories. Hilary Kilpatrick (translator) (2nd ed.). Three Continents Press. ISBN 9780894108570.
- Kanafani, Ghassan (2000). Palestine's Children: Returning to Haifa & Other Stories. Barbara Harlow (contributor), Karen E. Riley (contributor). Three Continents Press. ISBN 9780894108907.
- Kanafani, Ghassan (2004). All That's Left to You. Roger Allen (contributor), May Jayyusi (translator) and Jeremy Reed (translator). Interlink World Fiction. ISBN 9781566565486.
- Halliday, Fred (May–June 1971). "Ghassan Kannafani: On the PFLP and the September crisis (interview)". New Left Review. I (67).