Isra Namey is a freelance writer based in Gaza. Her writings have appeared in the Electronic Intifada, Mondoweiss, Al Jazeera, and Middle East Eye.
A severe housing crisis in Gaza, worsened by the Israeli blockade, has put insult to injury for families and children.
In-depth: The killing of Yasser Murtaja, along with the shooting of numerous other journalists, shows Israeli contempt for accurate coverage of the atrocities in Gaza, writes Isra Namey.
Comment: Billed as a symbol of hope, the Gaza Reconstruction Mechanism has failed to live up to expectations, and instead aggravates economic and social woes, writes Isra Namey
Comment: Buoyed by UNESCO's ruling on the Al-Aqsa mosque, the time has come for Palestinians and their allies to challenge Israel's claims on the international stage, writes Isra Namey
Comment: Israel's systematic revocation of permits for Gazans wishing to travel through the Erez crossing is having a devastating effect on businesses in Gaza, writes Isra Namey.