Almeghari is a Gaza-based journalist
Israel's campaign to demolish Palestinian schools in the West Bank has no intention to stop. After another school was wrecked by Israeli bulldozers, parents and local authorities fear further disruption to the education of the Palestinian youth.
In-depth: The Nakba will be 75 years old on 15 May 2023. For Palestinian survivors, one overwhelming sentiment remains – the desire to return home.
Analysis: Israel launched home demolitions in Area A of the West Bank, crossing a new threshold in its war on the two-state solution. But the Palestinians response has been ineffective
Feature: An increasing amount of Gazans are leaving the impoverished Strip and heading to Turkey to be illegally smuggled into Europe, with hopes of a better life there.
Feature: Husband and wife Ramzy and Taghreed are finding it difficult to mark the holy month of Ramadan in Gaza as economic woes continue.
Feature: They lost their loved ones, their lands, their homes, but not their identity. The New Arab speaks to two elderly Palestinians who reminisce the day of the Nakba.
A British-Irish amputee football coach and long-time player is working with the International Committee of the Red Cross to help train young amputees in the Gaza Strip.
Palestinians in Gaza mark the first anniversary of the Great March of Return, during which they assert their right to return to their homes in what is now Israel.
In-depth: A new UN report suggests war crimes have been carried out against Palestinian protesters. But Gazans have heard this before, reports Rami Almeghari.
Thousands of Palestinians in Gaza have suffered debilitating injuries in a series of Israeli attacks in the past decades, reports Rami Almeghari.