Activists fight to save addicts in towns without prospects or security.
The Arab Spring has reached Palestine, with a day of mass protests commemorating the 63rd anniversary of the ‘Nakba’.
Since the fall of Mubarak, union members formed a new political party and struggle to nationalise their company.
As the military continues suppressing protesters, youth groups worry they are being marginalised.
Traditional Bedouin communities are at a “breaking point” in Israel and Palestine. They now face an impossible dilemma.