“I’m like the fish. If I leave the sea, I die.”
Palestinian factions seek to contain confrontation started by Israel.
Israeli forces raid offices of human rights defenders.
Three years in prison, outlandish charges, 119 court appearances and still no conviction.
New film, Gaza, documents the ordinary aspirations of extraordinary people.
Gaza doctors say that siege raises stress levels of young patients.
After 17 years in Israeli jail, Ahmed Khris is unable to see his family.
The siege of Gaza is causing misery for married couples.
Three boys die in an airstrike one day after Israel hit dozens of sites across Gaza.
Gaza child dies after being shot in spine by army sniper during protest.
Israel denied cancer patients permission to travel to hospitals on basis that they were allegedly related to a Hamas member.
Doctors do their best to save lives and limbs despite Gaza's collapsing health system.
The Israeli military has killed two and wounded 90 journalists covering The Great March of Return protests.
Analysts differ over responsibility but agree that attack was aimed at reconciliation efforts
In 2017 Israel imposed new restrictions exacerbating a humanitarian catastrophe in blockaded territory.
Group blocked from entering al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem.
Watch: Writer sees Palestine beyond the occupied Gaza Strip for the first time.
Film by Palestinian rights group shows that isolation is longstanding Israeli policy.
Israeli permit regime leaves Palestinians seeking medical treatment vulnerable to blackmail.
Travel permits can be stalled for three to four months, according to doctors.
Observers worry about impact of brain drain for future of besieged Gaza.
Abdelsalam Abunada has been campaigning against a law that would give the Palestinian Authority greater powers of censorship.
The Rafah crossing between Gaza and Egypt has been shut since October 2014.