Muhammad Shehada

Muhammad Shehada

Middle East

Gaza: Palestinians in limbo for Christmas after permits reversal

Gaza's Christians say Israel 'arbitrarily' prevents them from visiting family in the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem.

Gaza: Palestinians in limbo for Christmas after permits reversal

Gaza

Turning waste to gold in Gaza

With few employment opportunities, three young men in Gaza have launched an innovative business of their own.

Turning waste to gold in Gaza

Gaza

How Israel returned a Gaza fishing boat to its owner

Abdul-Muti al-Habil's boat was sunk and confiscated by Israel's navy in 2016. What was left of it was returned in ruins.

How Israel returned a Gaza fishing boat to its owner

Gaza

Gaza fishermen: Israel extending fishing zone is token gesture

Only small boats allowed into extended 15-nautical mile fishing zone, while harassment by Israeli gunboats continues.

Gaza fishermen: Israel extending fishing zone is token gesture

Gaza

Next year in Bethlehem: Gaza Christmas celebrated despite siege

For yet another year, Gaza's Christian minority celebrates Christmas under siege, unable to join family in West Bank.

Next year in Bethlehem: Gaza Christmas celebrated despite siege

Gaza

A Palestinian-Syrian love story crushed by Israeli air attacks

Fadi and Yara overcame countless obstacles to be together, but their wedding plans have been upended by Israeli bombs.

A Palestinian-Syrian love story crushed by Israeli air attacks