Israel targeted medical facilities and health workers alike during its summer attack. Read more about How Israel's "smart" weapons killed a disabled Gaza teen
Essential medicines the factory was storing for the Palestinian Red Crescent Society were destroyed along with the life’s work of the family that built and ran the facility. Read more about Israel “wipes out” Gaza ice cream factory that stored vital medicines
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. Read more about Three children burn to death as candles replace lights in besieged Gaza
“May God close the eyes of anyone who attempts to shut down the al-Salah charitable society that provides us our living.” So said Halima Abu ‘Isa, a 45-year-old widow and mother of two in reaction to the decision of the Palestinian Authority in Ramallah to close down 103 Palestinian charities. The monthly allowance of 900 shekels (US $230) that Abu ‘Isa receives from al-Salah, an Islamic charity with links to Hamas, is the only thing that stands between her and destitution. EI correspondent Rami Almeghari reports on how the decision will affect her and thousands of other charity-dependant Palestinians. Read more about "How will I care for my children?"