Patrick O. Strickland

Pregnant Gaza woman blocked from joining husband in Australia

Patrick O. Strickland
15 May 2015

The Rafah crossing between Gaza and Egypt has been shut since October 2014.

Palestinian village fights to survive as Israel sends in bulldozers

Patrick O. Strickland
Dahmash
6 May 2015

Eighteen members of one family were left homeless after recent Israeli demolition in the village of Dahmash.

Arrested on Christmas Day, 15-year-old remains behind Israeli bars

Patrick O. Strickland
Jerusalem
6 April 2015

Family of Khaled al-Sheikh fear he is not being given adequate medical care.

Hunger strikes are a thorn in Israel's side, says ex-prisoner

Patrick O. Strickland
Ramallah
10 March 2015

Hassan Ishtayeh has been arrested eight times since 1987.

Gas deal with Israel is "knife at Jordan's throat," say campaigners

Patrick O. Strickland
5 March 2015

Several Israeli firms belong to the consortium exploiting the Leviathan gas field.

One in five of Gaza's herders ceases farming amid Israel's attacks, siege

Patrick O. Strickland
Gaza City
2 March 2015

The UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization estimates that 10,000 sheep and goats died between 2010 and 2014.

How Israel's "smart" weapons killed a disabled Gaza teen

Patrick O. Strickland
Deir al-Balah
9 February 2015

Israel targeted medical facilities and health workers alike during its summer attack.

Israel's "open-fire policy" wiped out entire families in Gaza, says new study

Patrick O. Strickland
Gaza Strip
5 February 2015

Funds to repair more than 100,000 homes across the Gaza Strip have been halted.

"I always thought I'd be next to die": Gaza journalists reflect on a bloody 2014

Patrick O. Strickland
Gaza City
28 January 2015

Sixteen media workers were killed during Israel’s summer attack on Gaza.

Teachers forced to equip schools at own expense as austerity bites West Bank

Patrick O. Strickland
Ramallah
23 January 2015

Both Israel’s economic warfare and the Palestinian Authority’s neoliberal policies have widened income inequality.

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