Since Israel withdrew from the Gaza Strip in 2005, its control over every aspect of its residents’ lives has grown ever deeper. In addition to the blockade, imposed on land,…
The Israeli government continues to delay the transfer of items essential for repairing damage to Gaza’s water and sewage infrastructure caused during the recent escalation. The humanitarian implications are catastrophic.
Abdallah Abu Halima, a 34-year-old Gaza resident whose innovative hydroponic farm sustained heavy damage during the Israeli attack last May, spoke to Gisha about how Israel’s restrictions on movement block economic recovery and business development.
Gisha’s public advocacy coordinator, Noa Galili, spoke at a conference at the Knesset entitled “After 54 Years: Between Occupation and Apartheid,” organized by MKs Aida Touma-Suleiman and Mossi Raz
The Al Rimal neighborhood in Gaza City is famous for its affluence and beauty. The recent Israeli assault on Gaza left the neighborhood in ruins, many of its vibrant, high-rise buildings reduced to piles of rubble cluttering the streets.