The trip from Gaza to Cairo is arduous and fraught for Palestinians under heavy Egyptian regime restrictions. Read more about Crossing to Cairo: a Palestinian diary
Historian Jean-Pierre Filiu displays genuine concern for the plight of Palestine’s refugees. Read more about Telling Gaza's story with brutal honesty
New book debunks decades of myths about 1967 occupation. Read more about Did Israel develop the doctrine behind Iraq invasion?
Both authors of a new “independent review” commissioned by the Danish-British firm are known for their pro-Israel views. Read more about G4S hires pro-Israel professor to whitewash war crimes
Whenever there’s turbulence in Cairo, you can be sure that Palestinians will be scapegoated. Read more about Why should Gazans have to hide their identity in Egypt?
Claiming impartiality, broadcaster keeps on pandering to Israel. Read more about BBC denies reality of how siege hurts healthcare in Gaza
Far from actually withdrawing US support for the Egyptian military dictatorship, the measures announced by the Obama administration are designed to reinforce and normalize US cooperation with the coup regime. Read more about Obama's aid cut to Egypt is a sham
Why do we have to suffer for what is happening in neighboring countries? Read more about Gaza's only exit to outside world is closed — again
A 9 August Israeli drone strike in Sinai marks increased cooperation with the Egyptian military — and a return of Israeli drones. Read more about Israel's deadly drones have origins in Sinai occupation
Egypt’s policies toward Gaza are a barometer of the country’s foreign policy independence since the fall of Mubarak. Read more about Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood has reneged on promises to Palestine