Having survived bitter fighting in Damascus, some Palestinians had to endure a deadly Israeli attack almost exactly five years ago. Read more about Death by sea or death by siege?
What a secondary school final exam score means for one long-suffering family. Read more about My daughter sends joy to Gaza
Up to 11 billion dollars was lost due to corrupt gas deals brokered with Israeli intelligence agents. Read more about How Israel and Mubarak stole billions of gas dollars from the Egyptian people
Israel wants to “beautify” the image of its ongoing blockade against Gaza by letting in some construction materials. Read more about Gaza's construction sector still crushed by siege
Caterpillar bulldozers are still being used to destroy land in the “buffer zone.” Read more about Israel exploits Egypt turmoil to increase attacks on Gaza farmers
Gaza-born Abdel Bari Atwan is best known for interviewing Osama bin Laden. Read more about Beware of "politicians and their lies," says Palestinian author
Contrary to current accusations, a judicial report found that it was Mubarak’s Minister of Interior who ordered the prisons to be opened. Read more about Did Hamas really help the Muslim Brotherhood break open Egypt's prisons?
Egyptian elite’s turn against the Palestinian people has deep roots in the peace treaty with Israel. Read more about Why are Egyptian media demonizing Palestinians?
Airlines threatened with fines if they fly Palestinians to Cairo. Read more about Why won't Egypt let me go home to Gaza?
Palestinians deported from Cairo have no clear idea of when they will be allowed home. Read more about Gaza Palestinians still stranded abroad by Egypt's restrictions
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