Gaza refugees learn of food aid cuts by text messages

Rami Almeghari
Gaza Strip
14 March 2014

The UN agency for Palestine refugees says it is trying to focus on the most needy.

"Come to sunny Gaza!" BBC tells listeners

Journalist Simon Cox seems blissfully unaware of how Israel has put 1.7 million people under siege.

Video: Constant drones over Gaza "is psychological warfare"

Activist and journalist Eva Bartlett talks about the impact of the Israel-Egypt siege on the economic, agricultural and humanitarian situation in Gaza.

Israeli companies profiting from Gaza siege

A Corporate Watch research trip to Gaza reveals the deprivations of Israel’s siege.

Closure of tunnels deprives Gaza of $230 million per month, says government

Khaled Alashqar
Gaza City
13 January 2014
Thousands have been affected by the actions of Egypt’s military.

Steven Salaita on how ASA boycott vote "shifts the rules" for engaging on Palestine

Also in this week’s podcast: Rami Almeghari reports from flooded Gaza and Sarah Irving reads her review of the new documentary Flying Paper.

Why is Gaza always Egypt's scapegoat?

Rami Almeghari
Gaza Strip
17 December 2013

Unlike the Rafah crossing, other borders have been opened since the Cairo coup earlier this year.

Families seek refuge in school as flooded Gaza turns into “disaster area”

Rami Almeghari
Gaza Strip
14 December 2013

Gaza a “disaster area” say UN officials, as hardships caused by historic storm compounded by power crisis and ongoing siege.

I've no choice but to battle Gaza's blackouts

Rami Almeghari
Gaza Strip
11 December 2013

My children ask why we are constantly without power; I don’t know how to explain.

Why should Gazans have to hide their identity in Egypt?

Sami Kishawi
2 December 2013

Whenever there’s turbulence in Cairo, you can be sure that Palestinians will be scapegoated.


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