Tensions are high ahead of the Nakba Day in Palestine amid ongoing protests in Gaza and the US embassy move to Jerusalem. Follow our coverage.
A day at a Gaza protest camp
15 May 2018
Our team in Gaza spent a day at a protest camp where Palestinians are holding demonstrations as part of the Great March of Return, demanding the lifting of the Israeli blockade on Gaza and the right of return.
I am still proud to be Palestinian, and that is what Israel fears
It isn't really about electricity or jobs. Palestinians are fighting to return to their land. Painting the injustice that Palestinians face as primarily a humanitarian crisis ignores Israel's wider colonial project.
The unseen costs of imprisoning Palestinian minors
As many as 400 minors are in Israeli custody facing harsh prison sentences for crimes like 'stone-throwing' or being in Israel illegally. The Israeli practice of punishing minors and their families compounds the intractable nature of the conflict.
Israelis react to Gaza killings
21 May 2018
We went to Jerusalem and asked Israelis what they think about Gaza, the killing of protesters and the treatment of Palestinians by the Israeli military. What they said might surprise you.
Gaza's deadliest day since 2014, in numbers
16 May 2018
May 14, 2018, was one of the deadliest days in Gaza since the 2014 war. Israeli forces killed over 55 Palestinians in Gaza in a single day. The protests coincided with the US embassy move to Jerusalem.
The first Arab-Israeli war explained
14 May 2018
Following the establishment of the State of Israel, the 1948 Arab-Israeli war broke out. As a result, 700,000 Palestinians were forced out of their homeland to other Arab nations. The event is remembered as the Nakba or “catastrophe”.
The special session of the Human Rights Council was convened after at least 60 protesters were killed by Israeli forces at the Gaza-Israel border, making it the bloodiest day for Palestinians in years.
Here are the names of 60 Palestinians who were killed in Gaza on May 14
During protests along the Gaza-Israeli border, at least 60 Palestinians were killed by Israeli forces. Besides teargas being dropped from drones, live ammunition was also used.
Gaza: From Ottoman rule to the Israeli blockade
21 May 2018
As Gaza protests culminated in the mass killings of Palestinians, Randolph Nogel travelled to the Gaza Strip to see how three generations of one family has been impacted by occupation and lived without freedom for 70 years.
Strait Talk: Khaled Meshal interview
21 May 2018
Strait Talk interviews Khaled Meshal, the former head of Hamas political bureau in Doha, Qatar.
Great March of Return - The Last Friday
13 May 2018
We attended the last Friday of the Great March of return in Malika Camp in the Gaza strip. We talked to organizers, young men and women marching to end the siege and gain their right to return.
Israeli violence in Gaza sparks international condemnation
Nations all around the globe react to controversial US embassy move and Israeli violence in Gaza that killed at least 58 Palestinians. World leaders and the governments call on Tel Aviv to stop killings.
Turkish president condemns 'humanitarian tragedy' in Gaza
The US move fulfilled a pledge by President Donald Trump, who has recognised the holy city as the Israeli capital, but it has fired Palestinian anger and drawn criticism from many foreign governments as a set back to peace efforts.
Tens of thousands of Palestinians are expected to attend large-scale protests along the Israeli border and in Jerusalem as the United States and Israel will launch formal opening on Monday, a move that draws criticism internationally.
Let's talk political Zionism
14 May 2018
The creation of the state of Israel was possible through the idea of political Zionism. Dr Mazin Qumsiyeh breaks down the concept for us.
The man behind the 'Great March of Return'
14 May 2018
The organiser of the 'Great March of Return' in Gaza spoke to us about how he came up with the idea and the objectives behind the civilian protest.
Palestinians brace for protests ahead of US embassy move
Tens of thousands are expected to protests the inauguration of the US Embassy in Jerusalem on Monday. Gaza's Hamas leader, Yehiyeh Sinwar has raised the possibility of a mass border breach, comparing protesters to a "starving tiger."
In Pictures: Palestinians rally at 'Great March of Return' in Gaza
Israeli forces' fire on unarmed protesters has killed 41 Palestinians and injured more than 1,800 since the demonstrations began on March 30. No Israeli has either been killed or injured in the same period.