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“We don’t have power at the moment. We don’t have water,” physician Dr. Mona El-Farra told The Electronic Intifada from Gaza today. Dr. El-Farra works with the Palestine Red Crescent Society and is the director of Gaza projects at the Middle East Children’s Alliance. Read More
As the situation in Gaza worsens, foreign journalists are leaving the Strip by the busload, while bombs on Tuesday have targeted several media agencies and journalists’ homes. Read More
Gaza resident Nasser Hammad is director of the Strategic Studies and Documentation Center in Gaza, and a freelance journalist. The Alternative Information Center (AIC) spoke to Nassar about Gazans' daily life under attack, and how they see the near future. Read More
Dr. Basman Alashi, caring for patients needing critical care at al-Wafa hospital, has had to evacuate his patients after Israel bombed the hospital several times on Thursday evening. Read More
Thawra Abu Khdeir never thought that she would live to see someone from her own family, her own flesh and blood as she puts it, burned to death in a brutal and senseless act of violence. Read More
In Al-Khalil (Hebron) in the Tel Rumeida area, 15-year old Awne Shamsiyeh lives with his family.
After the Hebron Agreement (1997), the city was divided into two areas, H1 (supposedly under full Palestinian Authority civil and security control) and H2, (under full Israeli military civil and security control). Since 1974, many illegal settlements occupied land in the area now know as H2.
Awne is one of the many Palestinians living inside H2, door-to-door with Israeli settlers, checkpoints, army bases, and the Israeli military. Read More
Portland, Oregon based community radio station KBOO has conducted on-air audio interviews, in recent days, with three of the most well-versed speaker/authors currently addressing the subject of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Read More
Palestinian Professor Haidar Eid discusses several of the most pressing topics of Palestinian national liberation, including the ongoing siege of Gaza, the apartheid nature of Israel, the BDS movement and the one state solution. Read More
Cindy and Craig Corrie, the parents of American human rights activist Rachel Corrie, who was killed in Gaza in 2003 as she attempted to defend a Palestinian family’s home from demolition by the Israeli army, talk to us on their way to Jerusalem as the Israeli high court plans to hear the appeal in their wrongful death lawsuit. Read More
In a short video produced by the human rights organization Al-Haq, 28-year-old Osamah Nayef al-Shawamreh describes in harrowing detail the torture he endured for three days in a Palestinian Authority prison, in the occupied West Bank city of Hebron, earlier this year. Read More
Dozens of young Israelis sent Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu a letter, on 12 March, 2014, in which they declared their refusal to serve in the Israeli military. While it is the first act of its kind in five years, it follows a long tradition of communal conscientious objection. Read More