Saud Abu Ramadan
In Gaza, Maimed Legs Are a Badge of Honor—Until Reality Sets In
Why Gaza Is on the Verge of Another Meltdown
Gaza Border Quiets Down After Heaviest Fighting Since 2014
The clashes wiped efforts by Egypt, the UN to forge a sustainable cease-fire and ease dire humanitarian situation in strip.
Senior Militant Among Six Palestinians Killed in Gaza
Gaza Rocket Barage Draws Dozens of Israeli Airstrikes
UN Staff in Gaza Begin Two-Day Strike to Protest Firings
Palestinians Fire Rockets From Gaza, Drawing Israel Air Strikes
Israeli Troops Killed Palestinian Medic at Gaza Protest, Official Says
Israel and Hamas Trade Blows Amid Talks Toward a Cease-Fire
Hamas Debates Cease-Fire With Israel as Leaders Gather in Gaza
Israeli Tanks Fire on Hamas Post in Gaza After Infiltration
Israel Launches Air Attacks in Gaza After Troops Come Under Fire
Uneasy Calm Settles Over Israel, Gaza After Violence Flares
Israel-Gaza Border Violence Flares With Mortar Fire, Airstrike
Israel and Hamas Gear Up for Day of Protests Along Gaza Border
Israeli Soldier-Turned-'Sheikh' Is Unwelcome Celebrity in Gaza
Gaza Militants Bombard Israel as Volatile Border Area Heats Up
Sponge grenades and tear gas-spraying drones are some non-lethal methods Israel used to quell Palestine protests.
Diplomatic pressure on Israel mounted following its bloodiest confrontation with the Palestinians since a 2014 war.
Palestinians accuse Israeli troops of firing indiscriminately at peaceful protesters who pose no threat.