Egypt

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.

The Month in Pictures: April 2015

6 May 2015

A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine.

Europe's border policy is designed to push refugees into the sea

It’s more apparent than ever that Europe has learned all the wrong lessons from the Holocaust.

Mourid Barghouti to headline London festival of Arabic culture

The Shubbak festival of Arabic culture showcases Palestinian film, dance and literature.

Listen: Hospital bombed by Israel "back in business" but not rebuilt, says Gaza doctor

Dr. Basman Alashi of al-Wafa hospital and Palestinian-Canadian pediatrician Dr. Rand Askalan discuss the immediate and long-term needs of injured, disabled and traumatized children in Gaza.

Could massive EU-US trade deal be extended to Israel?

The possibility of Israel joining the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership is being discussed in both Washington and Brussels. 

Israel "directly targeted" children in drone strikes on Gaza, says rights group

Almost 70 percent of children killed by Israel in Gaza last summer were less than twelve years old. 

International aid agencies call for sanctions on Israel over Gaza “stalemate”

Deadbeat states – including Turkey, Kuwait and United Arab Emirates – have failed to deliver a single dollar of reconstruction aid they promised for Gaza.

How Orange telecom supported Israel's massacre in Gaza

The French multinational’s Israel affiliate “adopted” two Israeli military units, including a tank battalion that took part in last summer’s assault on Gaza.

Boycotting Israel more urgent than in case of South Africa, says anti-apartheid veteran

Farid Esack describes attempts to ban him from French universities as a “huge tactical blunder.”

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