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Pitch black under siege The siege of Gaza continues to destroy lives as the struggle to end it continues, says Saleh Al-Naami Dr Moawya Hassanein, head of Emergency Medicine at the Palestinian Ministry of Health, warns that the lives of thousands of patients with kidney failure who require dialysis three times a week are at risk because of power failures. "There is little we can do at
Reassessing resistance By force of arms or by force of morals? Palestinians are looking again at the meaning and tactics of resistance, writes Saleh Al-Naami The Palestinian reporters who went last week to cover the student march against settlement activities on the outskirts of Bethlehem did not expect the police forces of Salam Fayyad's government to be the ones confronting them,
Still polarised While Arab leaders push for Palestinian unity ahead of the Arab summit, developments on the ground continue to scupper their efforts, writes Saleh Al-Naami It's not easy these days to be in charge of border crossings in Gaza. The closure of the Rafah border crossing, Gaza's sole gateway to the outside world, with sporadic passage every two months or so, forces the head of
Adapting to calamity Israel’s siege has destroyed Gaza’s economy, and there is no end in sight,writes Saleh Al-Naami   Hadeel, 21, hesitated several times but she had no choice except to call her uncle, Eid, to ask him to turn on his power generator so she can continue studying at his house for her term exams. For Hadeel, a third-year university student who lives in the Berket Al-Wez
Dead-end decisions Restarting indirect talks between the PA and Israelis is an attempt to manage the crisis rather than resolve it, writes Saleh Al-Naami   Jaber Abdullah, 48, was visibly distressed after the last glimmer of hope that he would be able to reclaim his land in Al-Khudr village in Bethlehem evaporated. The Israeli army confiscated Abdullah’s land a few months ago for
Resistance and discord When everyone knows that Israel's occupation cannot be ended when Palestinians are disunited, why does division continue, asks Saleh Al-Naami The anger was very clear on the old man's face as he marched in a demonstration in Gaza to protest against the Israeli government's decision to annex several historic and religious Palestinian sites in the West Bank. But Haj
Settlements become cities Rather than meeting the Palestinian negotiating demand for a freeze on settlements, Israel is grabbing yet more land for Jewish-only urban expansion, writes Saleh Al-Naami From his balcony, Gamal Hussein, 30, surveys the horizon and is filled with anguish and gloom. Hussein has lost his farmland in the mountains that stretch west of his village Shaqba, west of
Leap of faith Reconciliation between Hamas and Fatah is still a world away, writes Saleh Al-Naami Laughter echoed in the spacious reception hall. It had been more than 20 minutes that the two men had been exchanging jokes, which were well received by everyone present, delighted with the cordiality of the meeting. This was the prelude before Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh and
Several birds, one stone Israel's assassination of a top Hamas official is clearly aimed at forcing the resistance group into a military response, writes Saleh Al-Naami The ageing father of Hamas leader Mahmoud Al-Mabhouh, who was assassinated in Dubai two weeks ago, did not believe that his son died of a heart attack. "They killed him," he repeatedly stated. In the beginning, the rest
Date of no significance An expired parliament and presidency make no difference to inter-Palestinian discourse, writes Saleh Al-Naami Salah Al-Bardawil, spokesman for the Hamas bloc in parliament, spent Sunday afternoon in his office at Palestine Towers preparing for the address he gave the next day in front of parliament, at its wrecked headquarters in Gaza City. Al-Bardawil believes

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