Rafah

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.

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.

Israeli high court rejects appeal by family of murdered activist Rachel Corrie

Cindy and Craig Corrie say they are “disappointed, but not surprised” by ruling.

Killing 40 civilians in one go is “reasonable,” says Israel army ethicist

Asa Kasher and Moshe Halbertal, co-authors of the Israeli army’s code of ethics, explain why slaughtering Palestinian civilians by the hundreds is moral and may even be necessary. 

Revealed: Gaza orphans Israel trip was government-backed PR stunt

Aborted visit was brainchild of an Israeli operative deeply involved in settlements in the occupied West Bank, working closely with the Israeli government.

Rotterdam rolls out red carpet for Israeli war industry

Elbit, a leading drone-maker, has been invited to a Dutch arms fair scheduled for next week.

Israeli officer admits ordering lethal strike on own soldier during Gaza massacre

In candid interview, religious nationalist Israeli commander Ofer Winter justifies mass killing of civilians in Gaza and cites divine intervention from God as reason for Jewish victory.

Tens of thousands remain homeless in Gaza

Joe Catron
Rafah
1 September 2014

Almost 2,300 housing units were completely destroyed by Israel.

Gaza, from the diaspora -- part two

Jehan Bseiso
Cairo
14 August 2014

Today in Jabaliya, Khan Younis, in Rafah and Shujaiya …

Israel broke all taboos in attacking civilians, says Gaza doctor

“Drones have not left the area,” according to a physician in al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City.

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