Opinion

Welcome to Lockdown: COVID-19 quarantine and the Gaza experience

By Abdalhadi Alijla In 2004, I was selected by the Palestinian Ministry of Telecommunication to attend the International Telecommunication Union…

No, life during the coronavirus isn’t like Gaza

By Nada Elia One post has been going viral on social media, that asks: “Dear World, how’s the lockdown?’ Signed:…

What coronavirus has taught us about inequality

by Edna Bonhomme After Haiti’s January 2010 earthquake, which killed more than 250,000 people and left over one million homeless,…

‘Zionist’ Biden in His Own Words: ‘My Name is Joe Biden, and Everybody Knows I Love Israel’

By Ramzy Baroud “I am a Zionist. You don’t have to be a Jew to be a Zionist,” current Democratic…

‘Zionism’s last hope’: The Joint List cannot reform Israeli colonialism

By Lana Tatour Israel just held its third round of parliamentary elections in a span of a year. While neither…

Palestinians were a security risk. Now we’re a health hazard, too

By Karim Kattan The brand-new Sabat Mall, which opened only a few months ago on one of Bethlehem’s main thoroughfares,…

The Israeli army doesn’t have snipers on the Gaza border, it has hunters

By Gideon Levy – Haaretz They’re the best of our boys. One is a “musician from a good high school,”…

Gazan girl fighting cancer died after Israel denied her parents’ visit. She won’t be the last

By Gideon Levy and Alex Levac Miral Abu Amsha died last Friday evening. The director of An-Najah University Hospital, in…

’42 knees in one day’: Israeli snipers open up about shooting Gaza protesters

By Hilo Glazer I know exactly how many knees I’ve hit, says Eden, who completed his service in the Israel…

A Terrifying Scenario: Coronavirus in ‘Quarantined’ Gaza

By Ramzy Baroud What if the Coronavirus reaches the besieged Gaza Strip? While the question carries great urgency for all…

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