Yesterday I went to the old city accompanying a reporter. The first place we went to was the Yasmina quarter. The first martyr in this latest invasion was from this neighbourhood. He was shot in his legs and died waiting for medical aid. Israeli occupation soldiers prevented medical personnel from reaching him. Read more about Nablus: History under rubble
While the curfew was lifted, Ghadeer Shaka’a went with her sister to visit Wadi Tuffah. They couldn’t find Ahmad. He was shot the day before and is now in coma. Read more about Nablus: In Memoriam, Ahmad Khanfa
Two hundred children with their mothers walked peacefully from al-Shuhada mosque to the destroyed Fatimiya school in the old city of Nablus and held a sit-in. Their message: ‘Open our schools, we want to learn’. Read more about Nablus: 'Open our schools, we want to learn'
I woke up this morning at 8 o’clock. Lots of cars in the street. This was unusual. I thought the curfew was lifted but I soon figured that people in Nablus were breaking the curfew and taking their kids to school. Read more about Nablus: We opened the schools
‘I want to go to school and play with my friends. We cannot get our of our homes. We cannot buy books. We cannot play. The summer holiday is finished and we spent it all locked up in our homes under Israeli curfew’, writes 10-years old Nabih, who is a seventh grade student. Read more about Nablus: 'Get the soldiers out of my town, I want to live too'