Gaza

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.

For Palestinians, there is no Obama-Netanyahu rift

US-Israeli relations have never been stronger, nor more damaging to the prospects for peace and justice and for the very survival of the Palestinian people.

Israel used "disappearance" of soldier as pretext for killing spree -- rights group

More than sixty mosques were completely destroyed in Gaza last summer, according to the Palestinian rights group Al-Haq.

Why is Texas festival SXSW hosting a "happy hour" for Israel?

Texas-based artists are campaigning against the SXSW’s inclusion of events sponsored by the Israeli government. 

Listen: Eleven-year-old Gaza musician plays qanun

Rami Almeghari
Gaza City
24 February 2015

Firas al-Shirafi was admitted to the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music when he was five.

From besieged Gaza to Tricky: show us solidarity and boycott apartheid Israel

Given that Israel is involved in grave violations of international law and human rights, this letter from Gaza urges Tricky not to be complicit in entertaining apartheid and to cancel his upcoming gig in Israel.

Why London's SOAS should vote to sever links with Israeli universities

Students at London’s School of Oriental and African Studies will hold a referendum next week on severing academic ties with the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and other Israeli academic institution.

School near Nablus repeatedly attacked by Israel

Violent incidents against West Bank schools tripled over the past two years.

Gaza author Atef Abu Saif shortlisted for "Arabic Booker" prize

Atef Abu Saif has been recognized for a novel he hasn’t even seen a copy of.

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