PA pressure censors criticism of Gaza water management

Charlotte Silver
24 March 2014

A paper arguing that desalination would “legitimize” Israel’s theft of Palestine’s natural resources has been mysteriously deleted.

Israel exploits Egypt turmoil to increase attacks on Gaza farmers

Joe Catron
Gaza City
12 September 2013

Caterpillar bulldozers are still being used to destroy land in the “buffer zone.”

Israeli war crimes suspect cancels London visit

UK government assured immunity to Major General Doron Almog, who has an outstanding arrest warrant against him.

Who is responsible for the death of baby Omar Masharawi in Gaza last November?

UN’s conclusion that child was killed by Palestinian rocket is based on investigation by Gaza-based rights group.

Hunger strike marks "turning point" in fight against Israel's deportations, says rights group

Jillian Kestler-D'Amours
25 April 2013

Samer Issawi has won a pledge to be allowed return to Jerusalem, after refusing Israel’s offers of exile.

BBC defends false claims linking Rachel Corrie to killings of Israeli soldiers

Amena Saleem
3 April 2013

The BBC misinformed its audience in covering the Rachel Corrie case.

Israel's siege tips Gaza waste management to crisis point

Eva Bartlett
Gaza City
1 April 2013

Gaza municipality uses donkey carts to collect 350 tons of waste daily.

Women "carry all" of Palestine's suffering

Eva Bartlett
Gaza Strip
8 March 2013

Israel’s siege is a contributory factor in one fifth of maternal deaths in Gaza.

Did a Gaza family burn to death because of an unpaid bill?

Rami Almeghari
Gaza Strip
28 February 2013

Dependency on Israel has meant that the Gaza electricity supply hasn’t increased in line with the Strip’s population growth.

Gaza fisherman jailed for serving Hamas coffee

Eva Bartlett
Gaza City
18 December 2012

A restaurant worker who served officials in the Gaza administration has been abducted at sea.


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