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Swedish Freedom Flotilla: ‘The people of Gaza need us to act’

On Tuesday 15 May, three Swedish boats met in the Danish Straits near Copenhagen to start a voyage that would take them across channels and seas all the way to the Mediterranean and the coast of Palestine. This was a flotil

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Khan al-Ahmar: Palestinian community faces threat of demolition

On the last day of school before the summer holidays begin, the children of the Palestinian Jahalin Bedouin community in the Khan al-Ahmar area gather in the playground of the Itarat School for what is possibly their very last time.

Image by Motasem A Dalloul

Palestinians face explosive bullets, dangerous gas bombs

When he was hit by a bullet fired by Israeli forces during demonstrations in Gaza on April 6, Mohammed al-Zaieem lost so much blood, and his left leg was so deformed, he feared he wouldn't survive.

How Mossad carries out assassinations

The killing of 35-year-old Palestinian scientist Fadi al-Batsh in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur has taken the wraps off a covert programme of targeted killings of Palestinians deemed a threat by Israel.

Khansaa Gaza: Mother mourns sons killed by Israeli forces

Four framed pictures of four men hang on the wall in the middle of Nawal Abu Hajeela's living room in the Shujayea neighbourhood in the Gaza Strip.

MSF teams in Gaza observe severe, devastating gunshot injuries

Since 1 April, MSF teams in Gaza have provided post-operative care to more than 500 people injured by gunshots during the Great March of Return demonstrations.

Palestinian children live life of hardship in Israeli lockup

Omar al-Rimawi has not been home since he was arrested by Israeli troops more than two years ago, but his photos line the walls of the halls and rooms of his home.

Palestinian ex-prisoner: You sit there wishing you would die

by Zena Tahhan Haifa Abu Sbeih was only 15 when she witnessed the immediate aftermath of a horrific massacre outside her family's home in the Old City of Hebron (Al-Khalil).

‘Onion boy’ dreams of playground, just like every other kid

Onion boy is Palestinian boy, who represents most of Palestinian children experiencing brutal Israeli violations of rights and freedoms in front of the eyes of the motionless international community.

Musta'ribeen, Israel's agents who pose as Palestinians

The Israeli undercover forces secretly integrate themselves in the Palestinians demonstrations, identify effective demonstrators, get close to them and suddenly raise their secret weapons and kidnap the Palestinians.

A Palestinian teen puts his hand in his pocket. His punishment: A bullet in the face

After the Palestinian boy was shot by the Israeli occupation forces, a soldier went over to him and, with his foot, turned the teen over. The soldier saw there was nothing in the boy’s hands.

'We want to return to our lands without bloodshed or bombs'

In the early hours of Friday, 85-year-old Umm Khattab Dolah and her grandsons headed towards Gaza's eastern border with Israel.

Amal Qarra harvesting wheat in the town of Abasan, in the southeast Gaza Strip (MEE/Mohamed al-Hajjar)

Harvest under fire: The plight of Gaza's female farmers

There are no late mornings for Samiha Ghaben. The 45-year-old mother of three wakes up every day at 5am to start work on her farm in the town of Beit Lahiya, northern Gaza.

Palestine Marathon puts spotlight on right of movement

Thousands of people have taken part in the Palestine Marathon, an annual event in the Bethlehem area of West Bank.

Stolen childhood: Life after prison for Palestinian minors

Sometimes, 18-year old Mohammad dreams that he is back in Ofer military prison, where he spent eight months while he was just 16 years old.

How Stephen Hawking supported the Palestinian cause

Stephen Hawking, the world-renowned scientist who passed away on Wednesday at the age of 76, was known not only for his ground-breaking work but also for his support for Palestine.

For some, Women's Day is just a dream

Palestinian women, who have been living under the violent Israeli occupation for about seven decades have issues to deal with in their life far beyond the International Women’s Day.

Israel's military courts 'humiliating charade' for Palestinians

Across from the home of imprisoned Palestinian teen Ahed Tamimi in Nabi Saleh, the red-tiled roofs of Israel's illegal Halamish settlement dot the adjacent hilltop.

PayPal freezes out Palestine activists in France

PayPal, already facing pressure for its refusal to provide services to Palestinians living under Israeli military occupation, appears to be going a step further in its anti-Palestinian efforts.

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