Suffocating indoors under the rain of Israel's bombs

Ayah Bashir
Gaza Strip
19 July 2014

After surviving Israel’s previous onslaughts, joining the boycott movement gave me a sense of power.

Last Palestinian family vows to remain as Israel gentrifies historic Haifa neighborhood

Patrick O. Strickland
3 January 2014

The Abbas family has lived in Haifa’s Wadi al-Siyah for more than 100 years.

Forging new links to boycott movement in Gaza

Joe Catron
Gaza City
13 December 2013

Corporate Watch’s research trip to Palestine aims to connect young activists in Gaza and those in the west.

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.

Podcast: Will Israel boycott movement win policy victories in 2013?

Josh Ruebner of the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation assess the victories and growth of the international boycott, divestment and sanctions movement.

Bedouins treated as "invisible citizens" vow to remain in Galilee

Jillian Kestler-D'Amours
the Galilee
26 November 2012

Palestinian Bedouin residents of Ramiya are being pressured by the Israeli government to leave their ancestral lands and relocate.

Hidden health crisis for Palestinian refugees in Lebanon, says new study

South Africa
10 October 2012
Medical services and mental health needs for Palestinians in Lebanon’s refugee camps have been sorely neglected.

Gaza left in the dark at Ramadan

Mohammed Omer
Gaza City
3 August 2012
The only power plant in Gaza is currently operating at about a third of its capacity, or has been completely shut down by severe fuel shortages since February.

Three children burn to death as candles replace lights in besieged Gaza

Rami Almeghari
Deir al-Balah
10 April 2012
A family in the central Gaza Strip has suffered an unimaginable tragedy because of a candle lit during one of Gaza’s frequent power outages.

Israel threatens to demolish German-funded solar energy systems in West Bank

Jillian Kestler-D'Amours
30 March 2012
At least 500 Palestinians face total electricity cuts after Israel issued stop-work orders on solar panel and wind turbine systems in the South Hebron Hills, while illegal settlements in the area are provided with electricity and water.
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