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.
Heba al-Labadi has been held in Israel since August 20 and was interrogated by the Shin Bet for over a month on suspicion of contact with Hezbollah
For weeks, a team of 13 Shin Bet men interrogated women suspected of social activities linked to Hamas. Three filed torture complaints to the Justice Ministry after hundreds such cases were closed without charges
The Shin Bet security service tried to make journalist Lama Khater confess to links with Hamas, so for 35 days she was cuffed to a chair for 10 or 20 hours a day
Ma'an Abu Hafez was born in Brazil but moved to the West Bank as a toddler and left no family behind. Israel has been unsuccessfully trying to send him back
The Gaza-born Dutch citizen, who submitted a civil suit against Benny Gantz and Amir Eshel for the death of six family members in 2014, invoked the biblical story before the court himself
An Israeli outpost has been established in the middle of a World Heritage site, igniting mutual suspicions among the local people. Small wonder a recent protest did so poorly
Hassan Nafe’a was simply filming the weekly demonstrations against the separation barrier. How is that incitement?
Most Jewish Israelis will once again be voting for parties for which our right to rule and abuse another people is a sacred principle enshrined in their platforms
State admits effort to 'halt the growth' in number of Gazans leaving the coastal enclave and 'prevent their settling' in Palestinian Authority-controlled West Bank
The suit seeks compensation for the deaths six members of Gazan-born Dutch citizen's family in Israel's 2014 war with Gaza; the army says the building served as a Hamas war room
Many took to social media to openly blame Israa Gharib's relatives for her death, signalling huge changes in Palestinian society
Azzun wants to have a pretty entrance like nearby Jewish settlements do, but regulations which govern Palestinian Authority and Israeli relationship complicate a simple municipal task
It took nearly 20 years for a woman from Gaza to be allowed to see her sister in Jaffa. That’s what happens when the Strip is run like a big prison
Committee says refusal to grant visas to guest lecturers is not in its purview ■ Hundreds of academics ask top officials to match guidelines at West Bank institutions to those at Israeli ones
The spring of Ein Bubin, where Rina Shnerb was killed, is still accessible to the villagers of Dir Ibzi. Neighboring springs have been taken over by Israeli settlers proudly boasting that Palestinians are 'rarely seen there anymore'
The proposal by a ‘senior government official’ to assist emigration from Gaza joins the efforts of esteemed Israeli leaders and professors, but they haven’t been able to suppress Palestinian aspirations
In her 2-month life, her tent was demolished twice. She died in an accident and her mother was seriously injured, the day after the family was ordered out. For 50 communities in the Jordan Valley, evictions are common
Activists’ petition to High Court details incidents of shepherds being detained and blindfolded, seemingly for punitive purposes, 25 times over two and a half years