gaza

Hacking

Israel Bombing ‘Cyber Operatives’ Isn’t Cyber War, It’s Just War

Experts in cybersecurity and conflict warn that it’s too early to draw dramatic conclusions about Israel’s strike against the alleged Hamas cyber headquarters.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
Ben Makuch
5.7.19
Munchies

To Understand Gaza, Start with What People Are Eating—and Why

Food here has become politicised—in ways, even weaponised—and a microcosm of the forces shaping Gaza’s humanitarian crises.
Miriam Berger
10.25.18
Photography

Photos That Show There's More to Life in Gaza Than Conflict

Four Gaza-based photographers are capturing their favourite parts of the region to show a different side of the territory and its people.
Rowaida Amer
7.31.18
gaza

Debunking Myths About the Palestinian Protests

The justifications given for the deaths of Palestinian protesters just don't add up.
Muhammad Shehada
Jamie Stern-Weiner
6.12.18
politics

The Onion’s Brutal Israel Commentary Goes Beyond Satire

The country's leading humour publication has taken a stance on the Israel-Palestine conflict in a way that most "real" newspapers haven't.
Eve Peyser
5.21.18
Views My Own

We Must Speak Up Against Israel's Slaughter in Gaza

Palestinians living in Gaza are subjected to prison-like conditions and are now being murdered in their dozens.
Jamie Stern-Weiner
Muhammad Shehada
5.14.18
Israel and Palestine

The History and Rage Behind the Deadly Protests in Gaza

Reports of violent encounters with Israeli forces are not exactly rare in the deeply contested Palestinian territory. But this time feels different.
Patrick Hilsman
4.4.18
Food

In War-Torn Gaza, Hot Sauce Remains a Comforting Staple

Even amid daily instability, the demand for chile peppers is consistently strong.
Miriam Berger
3.16.18
Photo

Photos from Inside a Decade of Protests in Israel and Palestine

A new photobook by photo-activist collective Activestills features ten years of photography documenting tension in Israel and Palestine, including protests the photographers were active in themselves.
Daniel Tepper
11.7.16
Photography

Meet the Artist Who Spent 20 Months in Self-Imposed Isolation in Gaza

In protest against the cruel realities of Gaza, Nidaa Badwan spent 20 months straight in her 100 square foot room.
Andrew Nunes
10.17.16
Photo

Photos of the Synthetic Drug Epidemic That's Ravaged Gaza

For years now, Gaza has been rocked by the proliferation of a synthetic opiate called Tramadol. We sent a photographer to document sales, police confiscations, and the human suffering that pushes people into opiate use.
Antonio Faccilongo
10.2.16
Culture

The Romanian Artist Protesting Authoritarianism With Doodles

The power of Dan Perjovschi's politically-motivated work lies in its simplicity.
Andreea Pocotilă
5.30.16
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