August 22, 2017

NEWS & Analysis

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First Death Caused by Sea Pollution in Gaza

August 16, 2017

Gaza’s Mediterranean coast is about 25 miles long, but nearly 73% of the coastline (18 miles) have been designated as highly polluted areas due to untreated sewage being pumped into the sea.

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Palestinian Authority Polices the Internet

August 11, 2017

Although the 61 Articles comprising the law mostly deal with serious e-crimes, three Articles drew the ire of rights groups because they fear these provisions would impact freedom of expression and online privacy.

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Will Jerusalem’s Victory Offer Gaza a Glimpse of Hope?

July 31, 2017

Some of the proposed ideas include organizing nonviolent, large-scale protests near Erez, the border between Gaza and Israel. But, such scenario underestimates critical differences between Gaza and Jerusalem.

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Gazans Share Breakthroughs

August 21, 2017

The hashtag quickly went viral as Gazans sarcastically shared far-fetched achievements that touched on the besieged region’s myriad problems.

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#IAmGaza

July 18, 2017

Palestinian and American organizations and activists launch campaign to highlight the humanitarian crisis in Gaza.

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