A couple of weeks ago, we Palestinians drew breath as something we had been dreading materialised. The first two cases of COVID-19 were reported in Gaza.
Thousands of Palestinians demonstrated along the Gaza-Israel frontier on Friday as the territory’s Hamas rulers resumed the regular protests after a three-week pause.
Gaza fighters fired a barrage of rockets into Israel on Thursday, hours after a cease-fire was declared to end two days of intense fighting between Israel and the Islamic Jihad group, the heaviest escalation in months that killed at least 34 Palestinians,
Israel said early on Friday it has completed a series of air strikes on targets linked to the Islamic Jihad group in Gaza after overnight rocket fire that rattled a day-old truce.
A middle-aged man from Gaza, Munir al-Shindi, decided to fashion his own solution to restore some classic cars when he realised that he could not get car parts in the blockaded Gaza Strip.
Security sources in Gaza confirmed to media that there were strikes in the area of Khan Yunis, at the southern tip of the Palestinian territory of two million inhabitants.
Fajr Hmaid, who hopes to become a professional teacher one day, provides English, Arabic and math lessons to a class that has grown from four pupils to 15.
On the United Nations' World Refugee Day on Saturday, Marwan Kuwaik, a 70-year-old Palestinian in Gaza, will be focused on trying to eke out a living by selling snack food on the street.
The head of the Al-Nada bakery in Khan Yunis in southern Gaza has created a 'corona cake' depicting a woman wearing a blue face mask, aiming to remind people of the importance of social distancing.