Years of economic blockades and military assaults have left 'most of the population destitute'
From a coach-crash Cinderella to Jimmy Savile puppets, new Banksy show is gleefully bleak
Palestinian paper claims Hamas found spy camera and weapon attached to dolphin off the Gaza strip
Critics of 'political tourism' say an afternoon of protests and stun grenades offers little benefit to visitor or host
A year after the war began, hope is yet to emerge from the rubble. Palestinians blame Israel, Egypt and their own weak government
Amnesty International claims Hamas used conflict with Israel to execute and torture its enemies
As the chances of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict fade, few alternatives remain
From riders at Cheltenham racecourse to Zoolander and Hansel on the catwalk at Paris Fashion Week
Neither Palestinians nor Israelis have achieved what they wanted: we will be back here again
2,200 people died in the conflict and 11,000 were injured. Can either side claim the war was a success?
Wife and child of Hamas leader Mohammed Deif hit by Israeli airstrikes after truce breaks down
As Clinton pledges support for Israel, Generation Millennial more likely to sympathise with Hamas
The Jews should have been offered a homeland in Franconia, with Jerusalem a place of pilgrimage
Author complains Gaza conflict is making her fat a week after paper described genocide as 'permissible'
Israel's Iron Dome intercepts Hamas rockets, but reports suggest that it may have been hacked by China
'Our problem is not with the Jews,' said the Palestinian refugee, 'but with the Israeli government and army'