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Sally Ibrahim

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Sally Ibrahim is The New Arab's correspondent from Gaza.

In-depth: One year on from Israel's brutal military assault on Gaza, the political, military, and human costs of the war still cast a shadow over the besieged coastal enclave.

19 May, 2022

A Palestinian prisoner on hunger strike is facing a serious deterioration of health in an Israeli prison medical clinic, a top organisation warned on Wednesday.

18 May, 2022

In an official and public ceremony, hundreds of thousands of Palestinians gathered at the funeral of Shireen Abu Akleh in Ramallah on Thursday.

12 May, 2022

Dozens of Palestinian journalists and others participated in solidarity protests organised in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, calling on the International Criminal Court to prosecute the Israeli army for its attacks on journalists.

11 May, 2022

Although a year has passed since Israel's war on the besieged Gaza Strip, dozens of Palestinians in the enclave who survived the attack still smell death and see destruction everywhere they go.

10 May, 2022

Senior officials said on Monday that Turkey has been tightening its restrictions on Hamas leaders and activists in the country, deporting dozens and preventing others from entering.

09 May, 2022

For years, Palestinian workers in the besieged Gaza Strip have been struggling to survive and keep their families afloat in face of a bitter reality.

04 May, 2022

After Israel's 11-day assault of Gaza during Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr last year, customary festivities are a painful reminder for the dozens of Gazan families who lost loved ones. The New Arab speaks with two survivors about how they have coped.

04 May, 2022

"We insisted on celebrating this year's feast to prove to Israel and the world that we love life and hope to live in peace and security," said an elderly man whose granddaughter was killed by Israel during its war on the Gaza Strip last year.

02 May, 2022

For many Gazans, Eid al-Fitr is a harsh reminder of their agonising conditions. Plagued by unemployment, families have had to choose which of the festival's necessities they would go without or find cheaper, second-hand alternatives.

29 April, 2022