Israel imposes harsher restrictions on Gazan kids leaving the Strip for abroad, demanding they sign an agreement to stay away
Amira Hass is the Haaretz correspondent for the Occupied Territories.
Born in Jerusalem in 1956, Hass joined Haaretz in 1989, and has been in her current position since 1993. As the correspondent for the territories, she spent three years living in Gaza, which served of the basis for her widely acclaimed book, "Drinking the Sea at Gaza." She has lived in the West Bank city of Ramallah since 1997.
Hass is also the author of two other books, both of which are compilations of her articles.
The embarrassment caused by the Israeli soldiers' negligence Saturday couldn't be papered over by shelling Hamas positions. More was needed
The IDF has apparently come to the point of enlisting civilians for detective work that endangers the lives of Palestinians and protesters
A 'crisis' involves a breaking point, and Gaza got there long ago. This is beyond a break in routine. This is a humanitarian disaster
The Palestinians in the West Bank village have been in a state of 'certain uncertainty' for the past week – but then again, it's been like that for decades
When hospitals use up their fuel within a week, the lives of some 1,700 patients will be at immediate risk, says a WHO report
Lieberman contradicted Israel's army chief who warned of the dire situation in Gaza – so who's right?
Israel wants to demolish the school in Al Muntar, with alternatives located too far away for the children to attend. Residents believe they face expulsion because of expansion plans for an adjacent settlement
Instead of thanking the heads of the faith-based parties for exempting us from religious laws and commandments, you secular people squabble over petty matters and risk passing the divine promise’s expiration date
With the African refugees, just as with the Palestinians, we are doing the opposite of 'what is hateful to you, do not do to your neighbor.'
Israel Arrested, Sent 14-year-old Palestinian Girl Alone to Gaza. Two Weeks Later, She Was United With Her Parents in the West Bank
The girl, who lives in south of Ramallah, was arrested while begging for money ■ Her address was listed as Gaza, where she was taken despite telling Israeli officers she does not reside there
On the Knesset website appears a new category of terrorism, ‘construction terror.’ Those convicted in advance include the Palestinian Authority, the Bedouin — and the European Union.
Moti Yogev of the right-wing Habayit Hayehudi party has praised the implementation of demolition orders against Palestinian structures built without permits
Otherwise Occupied Israeli Soldiers in West Bank: Raiding, Arresting, Mapping and Getting Home for Shabbat
‘I’d just ruined the night, or the week, for four families – how was it that I didn’t remember their faces? You really suppress it, you suppress the entire situation.'
The former head of the military prosecution in Judea and Samaria was in court last week, handing out leaflets containing his thoughts on detained Palestinian teen Ahed Tamimi
The Israeli army destroyed four homes in Jenin last week, leaving three families homeless, unable to even retrieve important documents and valuables
The public accepts any military operation, as long as it ends with Palestinian bereavement and flattened Palestinian houses
This is how a self-governing administration works to preserve itself while wearing the disguise of a national liberation organization
Despite the president's declarations, some in the West Bank believe not much will really change. The personal rivalries that won't go away will continue to be detrimental to the Palestinian struggle
The isolation of the Gaza Strip and its residents, as a political project rather than a security project, began long before the Qassam rockets did