A decade ago, Israel removed its settlements and dismantled its last remaining military base inside the Gaza Strip. Since then, the myth-making about Israel’s policy in Gaza has thrived. How close are the myths to reality?
The last year was one of the most difficult that Palestinian residents of Gaza have seen. Were there also flickers of hope for a fundamental change to the closure policy? The year in summary.
By Tania Hary The Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories, which, among others things oversees what and who comes in and out of Gaza, recently published its monthly report…
According to legend, in order to get to the Arab Idol auditions, Mohammed Assaf had to bribe border guards, climb a wall, and sing to hotel security. So how does he slip in so easily to Ramallah? Simple: he won the competition.
Last week we posted a critique of Noam Chomsky’s article about Gaza. We received many positive responses, but also some criticism we would like to address.