by Farah Yahia
Small events in an ordinary day in Gaza.
by Areej Kassab
Sometimes the road we think is our destiny is just a detour.
by Al-Orjwan Shurrab
Thanking the people who have changed your life isn't always easy.
by Malak Hijazi
I have realized we can create something good and useful from tragedy.
by Basman Derawi
How do Gazans cope when the temperature soars and there is no electricity?
by Fadi O. Al-Naji
Qatar has become Gaza's only major funder, but even that isn't enough.
by Abdalrahim Alfarra
I will never leave my cemetery-prison until it is once again a paradise.
by Khuloud Rabah Sulaiman
You heard of making lemonade from lemons when times are hard? This is the Gaza version.
by Israa Mohammed Jamal
Having a roof over one's head is so often not enough.
by Haneen Abed Elnaby
Representing Palestine to the U.S. Congress was a dream come true.
by Salsabeel Hamdan
Music is the subject of much debate in Gaza. Here's why.
by Omnia Ghassan
A father risked his life to buy back his wife's pawned earrings.