Lockdown in the Gaza Strip: No stimulus checks, little food, and harsh police measures
The coronavirus crisis has deteriorated the already-low quality of life for Palestinians in Gaza. Without a recovery plan free from siege, it will get worse.
While most of the Muslim world marked Eid al-Fitr under lockdown, Gaza celebrated in style, with new clothes, fresh date cookies and 100 day salted fish.
Before coronavirus, Gaza's economy was already struggling because of the blockade by Israel.
Doctors and nurses in Gaza face challenges more daunting than most due to the Israeli-led siege imposed on the overcrowded coastal territory more than a decade ago.
In the shadow of rockets and the Islamist movement Hamas, Gazan chocolate factories produce sweet goods banned from export.
10 tonnes of mail was blocked by Israel from entering the occupied West Bank and Gaza from 2010 to and this year.
The Said Al-Mashal Foundation for Arts and Culture was a place where cultural heritage was preserved and maintained.
Demonstrators, marching in solidarity with Palestinian people, call on Netanyahu to be tried as a 'war criminal'.
The Israeli government has been debating a bill that would ban photographing and recording IDF soldiers.
“A Source of Positivity All the Time”: Remembering Palestinian Medic Razan al-Najjar, Killed by IDF.
Palestinian nurse Razan al-Najjar was shot in the chest and killed by Israeli snipers in Gaza.
The United States will "unquestionably veto" a UN draft resolution calling for the protection of Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank.
Long-term living conditions in Gaza are some of the worst in the Middle East.
In a first, Palestinian leadership submits referral to International Criminal Court to investigate 'Israeli crimes'.
Blacklisted academic Norman Finkelstein on Gaza, “The Worlds Largest Concentration Camp”
alestinians demonstrate for the fifth Friday in a row as UN rights chief condemns Israel's use of 'excessive force'.
Middle East Monitor interviewed fallen Palestinian journalist Yaser Murtaja before he was killed.
A Palestinian journalist shot by Israeli forces during a mass demonstration along the Gaza border has died of his wounds.
At least 21 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli forces since they started Land Day protests last Friday.