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Mahmoud Abbas tightens Israel’s siege of Gaza

Withdrawal of PA personnel from Rafah crossing spells effective closure of the besieged territory.

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The benevolent bureaucrats of military occupation

Palestinian children denied permits for medical care while others are exploited for propaganda.

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Don’t be afraid: Tahrir’s last words

On the anniversary of Israel’s first Gaza war, one writer recounts the chaos and remembers friends who didn’t survive.

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Chasing dreams outside Gaza’s walls

Gaza suffers talent drain as those who can leave for new horizons.

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Shouting in Israel’s face

Fifteen members of the Abu Ataya family have been injured since the Great March of Return began.

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Israel kills Gaza fisher despite ceasefire

Lethal fire against fishers is part of Israel’s militarily enforced blockade.

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The horror, the horror!

Gaza’s young SFX artists challenge Israel’s siege and society’s norms.

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Israeli forces kill 5 as Gaza teeters on brink of war

Eight Palestinians fatally shot in West Bank and Gaza this week.

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Israeli defense minister wants war to keep Gaza under siege

Israel’s problem isn’t with Great March of Return tactics but its goal: to end the blockade.

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Five days of hell

A woman recently treated for cancer had a major ordeal returning to Gaza from Cairo.

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