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In-depth: Palestinian farmers are returning to lands from which they were removed by Israel's military buffer-zone, thanks to a Red Cross project, reports Rami Almeghari. Tags: Gaza, Palestine, agriculture, Rafah, Red Cross. Mahmoud Abu Snaima sheds a tear as he and more than 200 other farmers ...
Palestinian traders in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday refused to receive incoming commodity shipments at the Kerem Shalom (Karem Abu Salem) border crossing to protest the strip's worsening economic conditions and draconian Israeli security measures. Gaza's only functioning commercial crossing, Kerem ...

The mushrooming cultural salons in the Gaza Strip provide writers and artists with an outlet for expression. Facebook/SalonToukan. People attend a meeting of the Toukan Literary Salon in Deir al-Balah, Gaza Strip. Picture uploaded May 28, 2017. Despite the Israeli siege, poverty and unemployment, ...
Dozens of poor families in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday protested recent aid cuts by the World Food Program (WFP). Gathering outside the headquarters of the UN Development Program (UNDP) in Gaza City, protesters waved banners calling for the resumption of aid to Palestinian families in the strip.
Business leaders in Gaza say the economy is on the verge of collapse. With unemployment soaring and sales falling, they have called a strike to highlight their plight. For more than 10 years the Gaza Strip faced a blockade by Israel that has taken a severe toll on its economy. Al Jazeera's Imran Khan ...
14, the archbishop encouraged Gazans to hold fast to hope, despite the difficult conditions they have lived under for a decade. Israel has blockaded Gaza since the election of the Hamas-controlled government in 2007. Egypt also has imposed restrictions at its border crossing, so travel movement is slow.

When Israel began building its anti-tunnel barrier almost a year ago, concerns were raised that Hamas might try to mount an attack through a tunnel on the Gazan border before this strategic asset, into which Hamas has sunk hundreds of millions of shekels over the past 10 years, is taken away from them.
Gazan teenager saved by kidney transplant in Israel. Desperately ill boy from Gaza receives his brother's kidney in lifesaving surgery at Haifa's Rambam Medical Center. By Rebecca Stadlen Amir January 11, 2018, 7:00 am. The young boy and his mother in conversation with Dr. Israel Einstein, director of the Kidney ...
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip — Economists say the Gaza Strip's economy has entered a phase of total collapse as the Israeli blockade continues into its 11th year and the Palestinian Authority (PA) in the West Bank has failed to lift sanctions, despite what Gazans hailed as a promise of relief weeks ago. Gazans ...
In a statement, Hussein Al-Sheikh, Palestinian minister of civil affairs, said the Palestinian Authority would again guarantee payment of Gaza's Israeli ... A statement issued by Prime Minister Rami Al-Hamdallah said the request was to "alleviate the suffering of the people of Gaza and to improve living ...
Qatar Charity hands 50 residential units to Gazans. 02 Jan 2018 - 1:45. Qatar Charity hands 50 residential units to Gazans. Palestinian families receiving keys of their newly reconstructed apartments in Al Dafer Tower in Gaza Strip.
A Gazan died on Saturday after being wounded by Israeli fire during a protest on the border over US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, a Palestinian health official said. Jamal Muslih, 20, of Al-Bureij refugee camp in central Gaza, had been seriously wounded by live fire on Friday, health ministry ...
Gazan dies of wounds from Israel border clash: ministry. World; Saturday 23 December 2017 - 5:27pm. File: Mourners and Palestinian Hamas militants take part in the funeral of their comrade, who was killed in an Israeli airstrike, in Gaza City, 9 December 2017. Photo: REUTERS / Mohammed Salem. GAZA CITY - A ...
In September, young novelist Yousri al-Ghoul published his fifth book, “Gaza 87,” in which he narrates real-life stories of Gazans under the Israeli occupation during the first intifada, which erupted in 1987. His publisher handled the printing expenses of some of his books, but some other costs were divided ...
DAMASCUS, SYRIA (2:19 P.M)- This morning a Gazan man died in hospital after being shot by an Israeli sniper yesterday, during demonstrations against Donald Trumps recognition of Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel. Robert Inlakesh | AMN. 21 year old Jamal Muslih, from east Bureij (Gaza Strip),.
A Gazan died on Saturday after being wounded by Israeli fire during a protest on the border over US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, a Palestinian health official said. Jamal Muslih, 20, of Al-Bureij refugee camp in central Gaza, had been seriously wounded by live fire on Friday, health ministry ...
Gaza's historical sites are under threat of destruction, but courageous young Gazan activists, archaeologists and historians are fighting to ...

Because of Gaza's chronic electricity crisis, a direct result of Israel's repeated military assaults and decade-long blockade, 100,000 cubic ...
Protesters hold posters of their relatives as they gather for a demonstration to show their support for the Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails, ...
Although the burgeoning reconciliation between Hamas and Fatah has given hope to thousands of Palestinians, Gazans abroad remain ...
Some Palestinians have been taking to the streets of Gaza to celebrate the new reconciliation deal agreed by their rival political factions, ...
Gaza residents can submit their grievances and questions to governing authorities and departments via an electronic complaints system.
Gazan fishermen keep up the tradition of making their nets by hand, although fishing is becoming more and more difficult under the Israeli ...
Gaza residents can submit their grievances and questions to governing authorities and departments via an electronic complaints system.
Gazan fishermen keep up the tradition of making their nets by hand, although fishing is becoming more and more difficult under the Israeli ...
Gaza residents can submit their grievances and questions to governing authorities and departments via an electronic complaints system.
These are the voices of some of these young Gazans, who shared their tragic personal stories, hoping that the world would heed their calls for ...
“What we have got here, including the behavior of the Israelis towards the Gazans, is an extension of a racist political philosophy, I mean of ...
Jason Greenblatt, President Donald Trump's special envoy for the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, said on Wednesday that “Hamas has ...
Some 15 Gaza residents have died since the start of 2017 after Israel denied terminally ill patients the necessary permits to travel outside the ...
To the editor: It's very sad and even painful to see children suffering in the conditions present in the Gaza Strip. (“In Gaza, we get four hours of ...
Gaza's 2 million residents face increasingly dire living conditions, with only a few hours of electricity a day. Since Hamas took over a decade ...
GAZA (Reuters) - As Middle East summer temperatures soar above 35 degrees Celsius (95 Fahrenheit), Gazans are struggling to stay cool ...
Shifa hospital's premature babies do not all survive as power is withheld for incubators, a blockade means shortages of medicine and they are ...
It has thrust Israel, Gaza's de facto overseer, into the fray. The prime minister's office must step up to the extent it can to limit Gaza's civilian ...
Palestinians in the besieged Gaza Strip received a cookery class from a group of chefs from Italy. The culinary professionals, who entered the ...
Several hundred Gazans went to the cinema on Saturday for the first time in more than 30 years, albeit for one night only. The long-abandoned ...
A five-year-old Gazan boy has died after swimming in seawater contaminated by the raw and minimally-treated sewage that is flowing into the ...
22 year old Mohande Younis is the latest to fall victim to the depressive state of the besieged Gaza Strip. Mohande Younis was a writer of a ...
A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Daily Star on August 09, 2017, on page 9. Recommended. Advertisement ...
The Rafah crossing on the Egyptian border has traditionally been Gaza's main gateway to the outside world. But Egypt keeps the crossing ...
With the first interim report due in November, indigenous activist Leah Gazan said it should be the government reaching out to families to take part, not the other way around.
Ben-Dahan was responding to a question posed by United Arab List MK Aida Tuma Suleiman, who queried why there had in recent months been a 40-percent reduction in the number of permits issued for Gazans seeking medical treatment in Israel.
SHARJAH // The Big Heart Foundation has donated Dh400,000 to support children in the Gaza Strip. The charity, in partnership with Palestine's largest non-profit organisation Taawon, has bought clothes for 2,200 paternal orphans and their mothers who ...
Gazan employees of an international charity organization staged a demonstration on Tuesday to show solidarity with a colleague arrested last year by Israel for allegedly aiding Hamas.
Government officials have previously stated that there were 88,983 Jordanian women married to non-Jordanians, mostly Gazans, and that these families have 355,932 children registered with the CSPD. Palestinians, except for Gazans, who became refugees ...
According to the Israeli human rights organization, GISHA, the only remaining reservoir is small and can supply fuel for only up to three days, placing Gazans in the dire emergency of facing total darkness for up to 21 hours a day. The electricity ...
The Palestinian Authority (PA) has decided to suspend funding of medical treatment for Gaza residents in Egypt. The decision has been blamed on a sharp rise in the cost of the treatment and the inability to pay accumulating debts, Palestinian newspaper ...
Israel's intelligence services claimed Tuesday that the Gazan representative of a Turkish aid agency arrested last month had been involved in producing and storing weapons for Hamas' armed wing.
Gisha, an Israeli group that advocates for greater freedom of movement for Gazans, said just 7,301 Gazans entered Israel last month, a 40-percent drop from February 2016 and one of the lowest monthly inflows since the 2014 Gaza war.


 

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