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Mohamed Solaimane

Mohamed Solaimane


Mohamed Solaimane is a Gaza-based journalist with bylines in regional and international outlets, focusing on humanitarian and environmental issues.

According to Gaza's Health Minister, only 4,895 people were allowed to leave the strip since 7 October out of roughly 25,000 critical medical cases.

26 June, 2024

To date, it is estimated that there are tens of thousands of forcibly disappeared Palestinians, including women and children, whose whereabouts remain unknown.

18 June, 2024

Analysis: The US-built pier to deliver aid to Gaza may have a hidden agenda: to deflect from Israel's status as an occupying power by outsourcing aid to others.

17 June, 2024

A new field school in Gaza, accommodating 1,200 displaced students, aims to restore a sense of normalcy and education amid ongoing war and displacement.

14 June, 2024

Surrounded by barbed wire, the Al-Farouk Camp for Orphans, Widows and Divorcees ensures no trespassers violate the privacy of the camp and its inhabitants.

06 June, 2024

"In this safe zone, there were screams of people trapped inside the camp, set on fire alive, as they desperately pleaded for help," a survivor said.

30 May, 2024

In-depth: Israel has detained thousands of Palestinians in makeshift detention centres and jails as part of its war on Gaza - and torture and abuse are rife.

22 May, 2024

Nurse Shehab Al-Najjar is all that is left of the medical staff at Nasser Hospital in Khan Younis since 23 March.

11 April, 2024