“Drones have not left the area,” according to a physician in al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City. Read more about Israel broke all taboos in attacking civilians, says Gaza doctor
Entire families continue to be massacred in their homes. Read more about One-fourth of Gaza's population displaced by Israel's violence
“I woke up this morning and I learned that my tax dollars killed my family members in Gaza,” Laila El-Haddad told US Congress. Read more about Israeli airstrike massacres family of prominent physician and author
Israel has long had a murky procedure called the Hannibal Directive that some interpret as an order to do whatever it takes to prevent a soldier’s capture, even if it means killing him. Read more about Did Israeli army deliberately kill its own captured soldier and destroy Gaza ceasefire?
Youngest bearing the brunt of Israel’s latest offensive. Read more about Gaza's children, most likely to be killed, live in state of "shock and horror"
Writer and his family were able to escape harm. Read more about Israeli shelling destroys poet Othman Hussein's Gaza home
Known euphemistically as “security coordination,” PA intelligence and security forces work closely with Israeli occupation forces to suppress any Palestinian resistance. Read more about Mahmoud Abbas: collaboration with Israeli army, secret police is “sacred”
Rachel Corrie’s family head to Jerusalem to appeal the 2012 verdict in their wrongful death trial; a student activist at NYU explains why they distributed mock eviction notices under dormitory doors; a poem by Remi Kanazi; and news headlines. Read more about Parents of Rachel Corrie seek justice in Jerusalem
Thousands have been affected by the actions of Egypt’s military. Read more about Closure of tunnels deprives Gaza of $230 million per month, says government
Where Should the Birds Fly features ten-year-old’s chilling observation that Palestinian victims “mean nothing” to Israel. Read more about Cruelty of Israel's Cast Lead assault captured by new documentary