Belal Aldabbour


Gaza: Israel seeks to 'drag Hamas into war'

Residents and analysts of Gaza anguish over the prospects of another Israeli onslaught.


Gaza under siege: The life and death of Ahmed Shubair

Family mourns death of 17-year-old boy, after Israel refused to let him leave Gaza for an urgent medical procedure.

Middle East

Gaza: '100,000 hours of isolation'

Report highlights catastrophic consequences of three wars and a decade-long Israeli siege on Gaza Strip.

Human Rights

Besieged Gaza hits population milestone

Newborn Walid Shaat has become the territory's two-millionth resident, but he faces an uncertain future.


Gaza: Waiting to rebuild

Two years after the 2014 war, thousands of families are still in limbo, waiting for funds to rebuild their homes.

Middle East

Israeli ban cripples furniture industry in Gaza

Israel's prohibition on certain kinds of wooden planks has axed local output and caused many to lose their jobs.

Middle East

Gaza's Palestinians divided over Israel-Turkey deal

Will the Turkish-Israeli reconciliation deal put an end to Israel's siege on Gaza?

Middle East

Report slams Israel's 'squandering' of aid to Palestine

The Euro-Med Human Rights Monitor releases a report documenting Israel's destruction of EU-funded projects in Palestine.

Middle East

Palestinians in Gaza pour scorn on Lieberman threats

Despite his hawkish stands, Lieberman's appointment will hardly change the Israeli agenda, analysts say.

Middle East

Letter from Gaza: 'War was never over'

Palestinian doctor and journalist Belal Aldabbour reflects on the implications of increased tensions in Gaza.

Cyber Security

Majd Oweida: The jailed robot designer from Gaza

Israel has accused the 23-year-old talent scout of cyber-crime, in a case his family calls incomprehensible.

Middle East

Israel spraying toxins over Palestinian crops in Gaza

The sprayed herbicides by the Israeli army could constitute a real hazard for the population, officials say.