Gaza City residents in the coastal Hamami neighborhood are outraged after the Gaza government bulldozed their houses to make way for a major infrastructure project. Read more about Gazans shocked at home demolitions ordered "by our own brothers"
A married couple, both former political prisoners from the occupied West Bank, recount their years in detention from Gaza, where the husband was deported to following last October’s prisoner swap. Read more about West Bank couple, deported to Gaza, recount difficult years in Israeli prison
It is a craft that has been passed down from one generation to the next. The al-Mathloums were one of the best-known bamboo furniture-making families in Gaza but now, of his brothers, only Zakariya, the eldest son, is struggling to keep the tradition and the business alive. Read more about Bamboo furniture-making tradition, brought from Jaffa, survives in Gaza
Charities are struggling to meet the needs of an estimated 53,000 orphans in the Gaza Strip; more than 2,000 children were orphaned during the 2008-09 Israeli war on Gaza. Read more about Israel's siege punishing Gaza orphans
On 26 November, Israel’s Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon threatened to cut Israeli electricity, water and ties to Gaza’s infrastructure serving the 1.6 million residents of the Gaza Strip. Read more about Israel's threat to cut Gaza water supply would be "complete catastrophe"
We Palestinians have nothing to cherish more than our roots and ancestral identity. And no matter how hard it tries, Israel can never take our heritage away from us. Read more about Israel can never steal our heritage
International aid organizations donate fresh meat, clothing, and assistance to thousands of families in the Gaza Strip for the Eid holiday, as child malnutrition and deep poverty levels rise due to Israel’s strict blockade. Read more about Food shortages make Gaza residents rely on aid at Eid
An elderly mother has been waiting 22 years for her son to come home. He was not included in the recent prisoner exchange deal. Read more about "I want to hug my son before I die"
No children were released from Israeli jails and detention centers as part of the recent prisoner exchange, while human rights agencies add that many Palestinian children in Israeli prisons are being tortured. Read more about More than 160 Palestinian children remain behind Israeli bars
The sense of joy was palpable in the streets of Gaza on Tuesday as released prisoners were greeted by celebratory crowds. The Electronic Intifada’s Rami Almeghari was there when the first prisoners arrived. Read more about A day of joy in Gaza