Graham Usher, writer, journalist and long-time friend of, and contributor to, Jerusalem Quarterly, died on 8 August. In the tributes below, JQ editors Salim Tamari and Issam Nassar remember Graham’s outstanding qualities as a writer on contemporary Palestine, as well as the friendships forged in JQ’s early days when the slow-moving JQ and the fast-moving Graham shared a Jerusalem neighborhood, meals, conversations, and convictions, before the editors and the journal’s office were banned from Jerusalem.

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