By Megan Giovannetti in Ramallah, occupied West Bank Ali was incredulous. "You call them a government?" he asked. "I call them mafia." For the 22-year-old Palestinian resident of the
A federal judge in Washington, DC, on Monday dismissed a lawsuit against the American Studies Assoc
As many as 1,000 Bedouin Palestinian families are threatened with forced displacement by the Israeli government under plans for a major new highway in the Naqab (Negev) region. The route of the new section of
By: Rami Almeghari Suhaib al-Aneizi was playing in kindergarten when he suddenly fell to the floor. After a medical examination, he was initially diagnosed with anemia. But when Suhaib had another
Some laughed at him, others told him that he wouldn't succeed. But with a strong will and positive attitude, Abdulrahman Abu Rawaa proved them wrong.
A slow-motion healthcare emergency is unfolding in Gaza as the cumulative needs of patients shot by the Israeli army and seriously injured during protests mount.
Rather than having their creations in the pages of high-end fashion magazines such as Vogue, some Palestinian designers are incorporating these very pages into their designs.
Fourteen-year-old Palestinian child from Gaza mourns his lost chance to get a football after the Israeli occupation snipers shot and amputated his leg after raising Palestine flag during a peaceful protest in Gaza.
Since the 2014 war, Mousa Hillah, known to neighbours and family as Abu Ali, has had far bigger worries, which are etched deeply into the exhausted face of the 48-year-old grandfather.
Children shot by Israeli forces during protests of the Great March of Return find it difficult to go back to school and continue their education due to their injuries.
During his latest Us + Them tour in South America, the British rock star stands against Israel as part of a campaign launched by the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions movement.
Water contamination threatens the life of the Palestinian inhabitants of the Gaza Strip, who have been living under a strict Israeli siege for more than a decade.
‘By the end of September, UNRWA will no longer have a penny, including for schools and medical centres,’ Chris Guiness, UNRWA spokesperson, says.
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