by Ahmed Alnaouq
My brother Ayman is not just one of the 2,200 people who died last year. He was the light of our lives ...
by Doaa Mohaisen
Despite conditions that would defeat most ordinary people, this 13-year-old is compelling artists outside ...
by Enas Fares Ghannam
It is the day of Eid; it was another day of war. It is a time to celebrate; it was a time to die. This ...
by Hossam Madhoun
War is so much more than numbers.
by Saleh Orouq
Two deaths: a soldier and a child. Does one justify the other?
by Yaser Harara
Who would have guessed that despite Ahmed's penchant for lame jokes, he is hiding so much suffering?
by Anas Jnena
Feeling safe is like a fanciful dream in Gaza. This might sound odd, and impossible for anyone else ...
by Shrouq Aila
Ghada has wings in her mind that help her soar and fly to places where the Israeli army cannot catch ...
by Hossam Madhoun
Here we are, we who are still alive after the war
by Heba Zaher
Gaza City has no rules. The only rule we have to which all people are committed is the no-rule rule.
by Haya Abu Shammala
Roofs are the thin line between life and death, between drones above and people waiting to be killed ...
by Hamza Mughari
“I forgot how to draw a dove, but I learned how to draw an aircraft. It’s more familiar to me."
by Maisoon Bashir
When I look back on last summer, it’s like reading the script for an action drama for a TV series ...
by Pam Bailey
Israel snatched the summer of 2014 from the youth of Gaza. Now they are taking it back.
by Iman Abu Aitah
When someone tells me to not be political, this is what I say
by Ghada Ahmed
My grandma finally got to visit Jerusalem...Will I have to wait until I'm 60?
by Ahmed Elqattawi
Can acting out your wishes make them come true? This actor hopes so
by Allam Zedan
Mohammed had one head, two legs and two arms...and then there was only one, which he carried.
by Hana Salah
My first inkling of what had happened to my boss was from Facebook