Assault on Gaza

News
May 30, 2018
A kindergartener in Maghazi Refugee Camp, Gaza, drinks clean water from a Maia Project unit installed in Dec. 2009. Photo: Mohammed Majdalawi/Middle East Children's Alliance

Gaza's toxic 'biosphere of war' is unescapable

Mark Zeitoun
Ghassan Abu Sitta
While an attitude persists that "today, no one in Israel experiences water scarcity," Gazans are suffering deplorable conditions of poisoned water.
Podcast
Oct 7, 2015

GAZA: New Dynamics, Future Prospects

Needs No Introduction
With Dr. Sara Roy, Harvard Scholar, examining the unprecedented dynamics that have emerged in Gaza in the aftermath of last summer's devastating war
Blog
Nov 14, 2014
Photo: Jimmy Álvarez/flickr

Challenging our worldviews, from Cuba to Israel

Stephen Kimber
The world is far more complex, nuanced and grey than we usually acknowledge. Seeing those hues occasionally might help us see our world -- from Cuba, Ukraine to Israel -- more clearly.
Blog
Aug 1, 2014
photo credit: Mohammed Saber/EPA

Defending the right to resist

David Bush
Those of us who are standing in solidarity with the Palestinian people shouldn't shirk the responsibility of defending the right of the Palestinian people to resist the occupation.
News
Jul 18, 2014
Photo: flickr/Amir Farshad Ebrahimi

Eight reasons why Israel is under rocket attack

Waleed Ahmed
The Israel media machine may have you believe it is justified in its attack on Gaza and has the right to defend itself. But why are rockets being fired into Israel in the first place?
Podcast
Jan 12, 2013

Eyewitness to Operation Pillar of Cloud

Progressive Voices
Harry Fear, journalist and documentary maker, describes the devastation caused by the Israeli military during the most recent assault on the Gaza Strip.
Columnists
Nov 22, 2012

Ending the occupation of Gaza

This latest Israeli military assault on the people of Gaza is not an isolated event, but part of a 45-year occupation of the sliver of land wedged between Israel and the Mediterranean Sea.
News
Apr 12, 2010
A boy who fell down and was knocked unconscious while playing with friends lies injured in the ICU unit at Gaza's al-Shifa Hospital. Because of the siege, even routine injuries have been difficult to treat. Photo: Matthew Cassel/www.justimage.org

The injured continue to suffer in Gaza

Stefan Christoff
Because of the 1,000-day siege implemented by Israel, thousands across Gaza live with severe injuries which cannot be treated properly.

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