Two Israeli soldiers and four Palestinians killed in multiple incidents over 24 hours.
Lengthy Israeli permit process and Palestinian Authority debt to hospitals leave lives in limbo.
Film by Palestinian rights group shows that isolation is longstanding Israeli policy.
Headlines from hurricane stricken Puerto Rico are familiar to Palestinians living under Israeli siege.
Egypt's decade-long closure of Rafah crossing has left Palestinians exasperated.
News reports suggest that border crossing will open next month, but there's been no official announcement.
Israeli permit regime leaves Palestinians seeking medical treatment vulnerable to blackmail.
Travel permits can be stalled for three to four months, according to doctors.
A once renowned Gazan export is rapidly disappearing.
Unable to access specialized treatment, patients left to "die in silence."
Egypt has kept the Rafah crossing almost hermetically sealed in 2015.
The Rafah crossing between Gaza and Egypt has been shut since October 2014.
Gaza Gateway | Posted on August 24, 2014 In parallel to the fighting that rages on with devastating force in Gaza and Israel, there is another fierce battle being fought – this one over narrative. This week, the Israeli foreign ministry released a video and newsletter entitled “The Myth of an Israeli Siege on Gaza”.
A ceasefire is not enough. It will not end the suffering. It will only move us from the horror of death by bombardment to the horror of death by slow strangulation.
Because of Gaza closure, Ramsis Kilani was unable to bury the seven members of his family killed in Israeli airstrike.
Palestinians remain trapped by Israel and Egypt as the bombing continues.
Frustrated aid workers stranded at border as Egypt keeps Gaza crossing closed.