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.

How a war criminal can veto aid to Gaza

Yoav Mordechai helped destroy Gaza; so why is he in charge of overseeing its reconstruction?

Israel broke all taboos in attacking civilians, says Gaza doctor

“Drones have not left the area,” according to a physician in al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City.

A bitter-sweet glimpse into what Jerusalem might have been

Sarah Irving
25 February 2014

Wasif Jawhariyyeh’s memoirs indicate that Jews, Muslims and Christians enjoyed good relations before Israel was established.

30 percent of vital medicines "at zero supply" in Gaza, says released doctor Tarek Loubani

Dr. Tarek Loubani, who was imprisoned in Cairo for two months, describes providing medical care to fellow detainees and the state of Gaza’s medical infrastructure under Israel’s siege.

Freed filmmaker John Greyson: Canada must address responsibility in Egypt

Greyson speaks out about his ordeal in Cairo’s Tora prison, his work focusing on queer issues in Palestine and why he wants to return to Egypt.

Gaza's only exit to outside world is closed — again

Why do we have to suffer for what is happening in neighboring countries?

Why won't Egypt let me go home to Gaza?

Belal Dabour
15 July 2013

Airlines threatened with fines if they fly Palestinians to Cairo.

Palestinians shouldn't be covered in "blanket of sadness," says poet

Sarah Irving
27 February 2013

Protest and poetry are “inseparable twins,” according to a new Al Jazeera documentary series.

Child survivor of Gaza massacre denied medical treatment by Israel

Rami Almeghari
Gaza City
4 February 2013

Amal Samouni lost both her father and brother when Israel bombed their neighborhood in 2009.


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