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Naftali Bennett's administration has intensified efforts to forcibly detain, displace and replace the Palestinians of the Negev (Al-Naqab). Nonetheless, Israel's predatory behaviour has been met by steadfast Palestinian resistance.
As Israel ramps up its policy of violent displacement against Palestinian Bedouins from the Negev, to make way for a tree-planting project, Palestinian women are making a stand.
Arabs in the UK series: Suffering from Israeli apartheid and a harsh example of the wrongs of colonialism in the Middle East, Palestine is a cause that unites British Arabs like no other.
Gaza's unemployment rate increased by 50% in 2021 after its economy was decimated again by Israeli assaults. With more than 250,000 now unemployed in the besieged enclave, population increases in Gaza threaten to push many more into dire poverty.
Palestinian prisoners are damned to a prison system that perpetuates their reality as second-class citizens in Israel. From women being forced to conceive inside prisons to the increasing phenomenon of child prisoners, Palestinians are without mercy.
Under occupation, Palestinians are forced to endure second class citizenship inside and out of the penal system. But they continue to be deprived of the most basic medical assistance whilst incarcerated, in flagrant violation of international law.
From a Gulf reconciliation to a Taliban takeover in Afghanistan, The New Arab puts together photographs from moments that defined a tumultuous year in the Middle East, North Africa, and across the world.
With the Omicron variant of COVID-19 spreading rapidly throughout the Middle East, Christmas celebrations in the West Bank and Gaza have had to be scaled back to reflect a changing public health environment. However, some festivities continue.
As the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza issues fresh warnings of a COVID spike and increased Israeli restrictions impede upon their ability to save Palestinian lives, healthcare workers in Gaza fear for their mental health.
Suffering from the psychological trauma of conflict, many Syrian refugees have grown up with crippling speech disorders. The New Arab meets one Gazan speech therapist, who has helped over a hundred children find their voice when all seemed lost.