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One year after the Israeli assault on Gaza which killed 260 Palestinians, Gaza is under attack again. Dozens, including children, have been killed in this most recent attack. With a ceasefire reached, Gazans try to pick up the pieces once more.
At the grassroots level, Britain has a commendable record in supporting the Palestinian people against Israeli occupation. In the seaside city of Brighton, this unwavering support has extended beyond the rhetorical with a strong record of activism.
Passengers found their flights cancelled and their plans shattered following the June 10 attack, as they scampered for long and often arduous alternatives in an air passenger’s worst nightmare, with many left stranded and unable to leave.
Israel has accelerated its decades-long policy of withholding bodies of dead Palestinians from their families. For Palestinians, this process is a bitter, painful experience that puts their lives, and their quest for justice on hold.
The Hamas-run Ministry of Interior in Gaza told The New Arab that more than 15,000 expatriates returned to the Gaza Strip during the past month to spend the Eid al-Adha holiday with their families.
Situated in a small Christian town near Ramallah, Palestinian brewing company Taybeh Beer has gone on to become an invaluable community asset, a source of Palestinian national pride, and continued proof of unwavering ingenuity in spite of occupation.
In 1967, the Six-Day War began on June 5, leading Israel to triple its size and begin the longest occupation in modern history. Remembering Naksa, we share stories passed down to Palestinians living in the diaspora by their elder family members.
Muslim homes in Uttar Pradesh have been demolished after protests erupted in the state after the remarks made by the BJP about the Prophet Muhammad. The move has since drawn parallels with Israel's collective punishment of the Palestinians.
In Yemen, a country known for its love for Palestine, Shireen Abu Akleh's death has triggered a wave of furious reactions, strong condemnation and nationwide sympathy.
For many, Shireen Abu Akleh wasn’t only the voice of Palestine but one who empowered and encouraged many aspiring journalists. As the world mourns her death, we speak to people about the impact the veteran journalist's life and work had on them.