Some 1,700 wounded within month ■ Doctors say wounds 'devastating,' most will result in disabilities ■ WHO: Lack of medical equipment endangering wounded
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.
Israeli soldiers who kill unarmed Palestinians didn't pop up for the first time three weeks ago. Nor did the army’s excuses start only then. It is you who did not read, remember or believe
‘This area under Jewish control,’ reads a sign in Arabic posted by settlers on a critical artery linking villages, now blocked for thousands of Palestinians
Use the term 'disputed territory' for the West Bank and you're ignoring the fact that Palestinians are subjected under Israeli rule without rights for 50 years
'How did you destroy villages?' one daughter will ask. 'How did you agree to imprison two million people?' another will whisper. The answers will only make their weeping louder
The organizers define themselves as anti-Zionist Jews, or non-Zionist, or just Jews; most of them didn't know that Corbyn was invited and when he came he didn't act like the leader nor they like the led
The Israeli army confiscated Yasmin Eshtayyeh's cash at a border crossing, calling it 'terrorist money' – without proof, interrogation or trial. She hasn't let adversity stop her from fighting to get it back
Israelis have become inured to historical associations; it’s no wonder they can justify lethal fire against unarmed demonstrators
The initiative behind the march defies the Israeli policy of disconnecting Gaza from the rest of the Palestinians. However, Gazans are not wretched and passive charity cases but a politically aware public
It's easy to blame Hamas for the attack that took place in Gaza, but there are much more likely suspects
The attack last month, like hundreds of others before it, was clearly directed toward one goal
Five journalists were jailed during a demonstration in 2012 ■ One of the assaulting soldiers admitted reporters were 'just walking in the street' ■ Officer who broke journalist's hand testified: 'The battalion commander ordered them arrested'
A day spent with Palestinians, as they waited for hours in the wind and rain in the hope that the Shin Bet security service would clear them for the privilege of applying for Israeli work permits
On Sunday morning Palestinians and Israelis staged a protest at the site and were dispersed by soldiers who used tear gas.
COGAT chief Yoav Mordechai wants us to believe that friends, relatives, doctors and left-wing activists cooked up a huge lie about Mohammed Tamimi. But he was just telling investigators what they wanted to hear
Jewish colonialism is racing forward, self-confident, full of tools and tricks; its ability to repress and dispossess others knows no limits; and there is no responsible adult to say, 'enough, no more.'
Bassam al-Aqra showed me the Strip's magnetizing mixture of warmth, energy, simplicity, courage and humor
Head of nearby Palestinian village says the settlers flew drones over their flocks, scaring the sheep and causing them to return to their pens
Israel imposes harsher restrictions on Gazan kids leaving the Strip for abroad, demanding they sign an agreement to stay away
The embarrassment caused by the Israeli soldiers' negligence Saturday couldn't be papered over by shelling Hamas positions. More was needed