by Khaled Al-Ostath
It started with intense chest pains. I couldn’t breathe very well. My head got fuzzy and I couldn’t ...
by Ahmed Elqattawi
"Music is my salvation, the medium through which I express myself the best."
by Abdalrahim Abuwarda
People in Gaza are less interested in drama, and I would love to see them sparked by it.
by Aya Nashwan
More than 16,000 families remain displaced or homeless 18 months after the 2014 war.
by Mohammed Alhammami
Ex-hunger striker speaks out on the inhumanity of administrative detention and starving oneself for ...
by Ahmed Elqattawi
My voice allows me to travel the globe without servitude, for I am the voice of the voiceless.
by Enas Fares Ghannam
I was born blind, but that was ok, for everyone my age was born blind too.
by Nada Hammad
I don't know who you are. You and I have not met, and now never will.
by Riham El Naji
I was afraid to enter this place where dead people rest. But I found comfort there.
by Saja Elkhaldi
One recent afternoon, something shocking could be seen on campus in downtown Gaza City: a girl meditating!
by Shrouq Aila
My little sister is happily counting the stars. I think back to another time when my little sister counted, ...
by Doaa Mohaisen
'I wasn't a clever girl, but I wanted to learn,' says Samah. Now, each craft she makes whispers the ...
by Salsabeel Zeineddin
There may be strife between religions elsewhere, but in Gaza, music unites Christians and Muslims.
by Ghada Ahmed
I love English, but in Arabic, there are so many more ways to communicate nuance.
by Saleh Orouq
The media never focuses on the social cooperation so common between Palestinians, especially in Gaza. ...
by Noura Al-Ashi
They’re happy despite the hardship of their lives. They’re happy even as they shoulder the pain ...
by Asmaa Elkhaldi
It's Christmas time in Gaza, and Christians are busily preparing. But it's a special time for Muslims ...
by Nisreen Al-Khatib
A true fisher is like a fish. If you take her away from the sea, you're taking her life out of her body.
by Said Al-Yacoubi
Ameer touched so many lives, and mine was one of them. People in Gaza called him “the Palestinian ...