Families of those killed in Israel’s 2014 aggression say Palestinian Authority is using internal division to evade its responsibilities. Read more about Cut off from PA aid, relatives of slain in Gaza face destitution
Abdel Sattar Qassem is an outspoken critic of security coordination with Israel. Read more about Palestinian Authority arrests dissident professor
Why is Mahmoud Abbas making trips to Paris when his own people are struggling to cope? Read more about "We're being stripped of our dignity": Gaza workers not paid for seven months
Both Israel’s economic warfare and the Palestinian Authority’s neoliberal policies have widened income inequality. Read more about Teachers forced to equip schools at own expense as austerity bites West Bank
Seamless coordination was obvious during recent assault on occupied West Bank city. Read more about In Bethlehem raid, "Israel and the Palestinian Authority are together"
The Israeli authorities have refused to give Ibrahim Bitar’s family full details about his condition. Read more about Gaza rallies in support of critically ill prisoner
Mothers who lost sons in Fatah-Hamas clashes still hope rift can be mended. Read more about Hopes for Fatah-Hamas reconciliation grow, despite ongoing repression
Once they reach 16, sons and daughters need special permits to visit their parents, from a web of Israeli bureaucracy campaigners say is aimed at driving Palestinians out of Jerusalem. Read more about Thousands of Jerusalem children denied basic services by Israeli apartheid
Anas Barghouthi is well known for his defense of Palestinian prisoners. Israel wants to jail him. Read more about Palestinian lawyer faces Israeli jail for "organizing demonstrations"
Atta Sabah’s mother told me he would not be the last child attacked by Israel; unfortunately, she was right. Read more about A Palestinian boy shot for drinking soda