Palestine refugees face a systematic witch-hunt as Jordanian authorities crack down on civilians fleeing a devastating war. Read more about Palestinian refugees from Syria war left to suffer by Jordan
United Nations and the conflict
Europe is paying for services that Israel is legally obliged to provide as the occupying power. Read more about Is EU aid a smokescreen around Palestine's problems?
Thousands of people haven’t benefited from food deliveries made last week. Read more about Aid reaches Palestinians in Yarmouk camp, but it's still only a trickle
Josh Ruebner’s book exposes the Obama administration’s Palestine policies. Read more about Obama: Who had hopes to shatter?
Israel navy has killed 2 Gaza fishermen, wounded 24, captured 147 and taken or damaged more than 150 boats since 2009. Read more about Gaza fishermen suffer 85 percent income loss as Israeli siege, attacks continue
Health and environmental fears rise as authorities face numerous problems at once. Read more about Storm exacerbates sewage crisis in Gaza
Ireland’s Near FM suspended me over a broadcast describing Gaza as an open prison. Read more about How Israeli diplomats tried to muzzle an Irish journalist
Reciprocal solidarity means we should seek our natural allies among the “wretched of the earth,” says Palestinian author Susan Abulhawa. Read more about The Palestinian struggle is a black struggle
Doctors unable to say what ailment is affecting indigenous people. Read more about Bedouin forced to live beside dump contract unknown diseases
Denying the Nakba is a central tenet in Israeli supremacy, according to essays in Pretending Democracy. Read more about Roads to ending Israeli apartheid envisioned in new book