Jessica Buxbaum is a Jerusalem-based journalist covering Palestine and Israel. Her work has been featured in Middle East Eye, The National and Gulf News. Follow her on Twitter: @jess_buxbaum
In-depth: For two months, Israelis have gathered at border crossings with Gaza to prevent supplies like food, fuel, water, and medicine from entering.
In-depth: Nazareth-born Sondos Alhoot is running in Israel's municipal elections, but Palestinians in occupied East Jerusalem are expected to boycott the vote.
In-depth: With Israel's ground invasion looming and most of Gaza's population trapped in Rafah, fears are mounting that the city could become a mass graveyard.
Israel's campaign to dismantle UNRWA has dire consequences for the delivery of aid and services to Palestinians and for their collective right of return.
In-depth: In the absence of an official post-war plan, extremist ideas once reserved for the fringes of society are taking over policymaking in Israel.
In-depth: Since the beginning of the war on Gaza, Israeli soldiers have been openly posting videos of themselves committing war crimes on social media.
In-depth: Under a vision to permanently control Gaza, Israeli ministers are calling to ethnically cleanse Palestinians and rebuild settlements.
As Israel continues its bombardment on the Gaza Strip, Palestinian Christians, leaders, and municipal authorities have called off Christmas celebrations.
In-depth: The Temple Mount movement has for years sought to change the Jerusalem holy site's status quo. With the war in Gaza, it now senses an opportunity.
In-depth: Incendiary language of extermination, ethnic cleansing, and the wholesale destruction of Gaza, including with nuclear weapons, has become part of mainstream discourse in Israel during the war.