Khan Younis

Children die playing football, in taxi with grandma, as Israel bombs Gaza for tenth day

Wednesday’s carnage brought the toll since Israel began its assault to 220 Palestinians killed and 1,570 injured.

EI's Gaza correspondent witnesses Israeli drone attack

Rami Almeghari was a hundred meters away from a drone attack that killed two Palestinian motorcyclists earlier today.

A tearful reunion with my grandmother in Gaza

After a long absence I finally get to hug my relations and friends.

New homes for displaced families, yet Israel still restricts building materials in Gaza

Rami Almeghari
Gaza Strip
1 May 2012
More than 200 homes have been rebuilt with foreign aid after the original homes were destroyed by Israel in the southern Gaza Strip.

My Grandfather Passed Away and I was Denied the Right to See Him

My grandfather, 84 year old Ibrahim Hasan Alsaafin, was older than the Zionist state of Israel when he died on Monday in the Khan Younis refugee camp, still yearning to return to his village of al-Fallujah 64 years on, a mere 15 miles away.

There's more to Gaza than broken slabs of concrete

Sami Kishawi
Gaza City
7 July 2011
Returning to Gaza for a family visit after years away, Sami Kishawi reflects on the Gaza you see and don’t see through the media’s eye.
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