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Human Rights

Israel's "most wanted man" finally tells his story

Mohammed Suliman
Gaza City
25 January 2013

Dozens of unarmed Palestinians had been slain in the two weeks before Abdel Aziz Salha stabbed an Israeli soldier.

Israel's land theft means Gaza camels have few places to graze

Rami Almeghari
Gaza Strip
23 January 2013

Camel’s milk is used as a traditional remedy.

Four years on, young girl still stunted by Cast Lead

Rami Almeghari
Gaza Strip
4 January 2013

Sama Abu Meghasib saw her uncle be killed by an Israeli warplane four years ago.

Jordan Valley families expelled from Israeli "firing zone" during Gaza attack remain uprooted

2 January 2013

It’s too dangerous to return, say Palestinians forced out of their homes.

"Ghost town" brought back to life in Hebron

Jillian Kestler-D'Amours
31 December 2012

Despite constant harassment from Israeli soldiers and settlers, Palestinians have made good progress restoring the old city.

Thousands remain without water, power one month after attack on Gaza

Eva Bartlett
Gaza City
26 December 2012

More than $1 billion worth of damage was caused by Israeli offensive in November.

Israel denies Bedouins right to elect representatives

Jillian Kestler-D'Amours
24 December 2012

As campaign fever grips Israel, many of its Palestinian citizens are angry at being disenfranchised.

We will remain rooted here, says defiant father of Gaza boy killed by Israel

Rami Almeghari
Gaza Strip
19 December 2012

Ibrahim Ashour and his family had temporarily returned to Gaza when Israeli bombs killed eight-year-old Muhammad.

Gaza fisherman jailed for serving Hamas coffee

Eva Bartlett
Gaza City
18 December 2012

A restaurant worker who served officials in the Gaza administration has been abducted at sea.

"My brother is dying": an urgent appeal from family of hunger striker Samer Issawi

Malaka Mohammed
Gaza City
17 December 2012

Shireen Issawi speaks of the shock of seeing her brother in court.


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