by Asmaa Rafiq Kuheil
Gaza is life and death, hope and despair all in one.
by Amany Elsafady
A Gazan university student's life is lived in limbo.
by Nedaa Al-Abadlah
Winter is coming, driving us all indoors where the virus lurks.
by Israa Qishta
I returned to Gaza from Egypt to a new reality.
by Esmat Maghari
We cannot forget the past, but we can choose to live in the present.
by Noor Yacoubi
COVID has placed my life on pause.
by Aya Alghazzawi
Obediently, we stay at home....gloomy, fatigued and sweltering.
by Noor Abdo
The Palestinian culture is an instant bond when away from home.
by Yasmin J. Abusayma
This Rafah female supports her family dessert.
by Nour Qaoud
Despite the stress, we can still see beauty in Palestine.
by Hanan Abukmail
The doctor who has lived through bombings understands pain.
by Saja Jaber Al-Moghair
The Palestinian says, “Do not let the olive branch fall from my hand.”
by Riman Butien
Parrots and humans are alike; we all dream of escape from our cages.
by Huda Hussam Soboh
Palestinians used to be happy and relaxed in the olive groves. Not now.
by Haneen Shaat
Once a month, they get a 45-minute visit--or perhaps no visit at all.
by Israa Mohammed Jamal
Perhaps COVID helps the world feel a bit of Gaza's pain.
by Riwaa Abuquta
How will normalization prevent what happened to my friend and schoolmate, Nouran, from happening again?