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Tag Archives: Gaza siege

Israel’s killer bureaucracy

My cousin died from cancer; Israel repeatedly delayed his access to treatment.

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Turkey-Israel deal leaves Gaza siege intact

Normalization agreement comes at their expense, Palestinians in Gaza say.

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Suffocated at sea

Gaza's fishermen are just trying to make a living, so why does Israel frequently shoot and arrest them?

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Gaza garbage puts public health at risk

Israeli siege prevents modernization of waste management.

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Torn away from the olive trees

The Halasa family's home was destroyed in 2014; they remain displaced.

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Why has Israel jailed ailing Gaza mother?

Nisreen Hassan has been in detention since she was arrested at the checkpoint between Gaza and Israel last year.

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Bucking Gaza’s desperate situation through social media

Three women in Gaza strive against long odds to establish their own businesses.

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To Israel, being “from Gaza” is a crime

Israel denied me access to my own country.

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What’s behind the US media’s special relationship with Israel?

How Israel manipulates the press to portray itself as victim.

 

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Palestinian rights groups try to stop Gaza executions

Human rights groups warn that Hamas plan to implement death penalty would be illegal and harmful.

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