|Letters from Gaza|
|10 February 2010|
Read the personal stories of Najwa Sheikh Ahmed, a Palestine refugee who lives in Nuseirat camp, Gaza, with her husband and three children.
|From the Wadi to Nowhere|
|25 January 2010|
Shocking. That’s all that can be said of the sight of al Mughraqa, Gaza, an area severely affected by the flooding that devastated areas of the Strip on Monday.
|Letters from Gaza (26) ...To the soul of my father|
|13 December 2009|
At the age of 80 my father passed away, after a long journey of suffering, and working hard to ensure for us, his children, a decent life, a life that is better than his own.
|Nuseirat refugee camp|
|20 November 2009|
A busy and crowded camp, Nuseirat is currently home to more than 60,000 refugees. Set in the middle of the Gaza Strip, Nuseirat is in close proximity to the camps of Bureij and Maghazi.
|Letters from Gaza (25) ...Dear Diary|
|21 October 2009|
It is strange how sometimes people can open up to each other. She looked very young to me, but she was subsumed with silence and sadness. I sat next to her, each of us waiting our turn at the clinic. We began to talk.
|Letters from Gaza (24) ...Dream a Little Dream|
|16 July 2009|
It is so important for humans to have dreams. It is a blessing, particularly here. In my dreams, I forget how life in Gaza is difficult and harsh. In my dream world, Gaza is free.
|Letters from Gaza (23) ...Nakba Ever After|
|16 May 2009|
Yesterday was the 61st anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba. With each memory, we realise that we are sentenced to live the Nakba over and over again - each year with greater disappointment.
|Letters from Gaza (22) ...When We Stop Dreaming
|04 March 2009|
The life of the Palestinian refugees over the last 60 years has been uniquely rich. Rich with suffering endured, rich with the capability to cope. Rich with a willingness to survive.
|Letters from Gaza (21) …Back to Work|
|29 January 2009|
The road was dreary. It was the second day after the ceasefire was announced, and people started to leave their houses. I was in a taxi going to my work in Gaza, and the whole way there I was trying to prepare myself for what I was going to see.
|Letters from Gaza (20) …Children No More|
|26 January 2009|
Finally the war has ended and the children of Gaza can go back to school. But after this war, the children have lost their childhood.