Finanzhilfe für Westjordanland und Gazastreifen: Katar verspricht Palästinensern 480 Millionen Dollar

Finanzhilfe für Westjordanland und Gazastreifen: Katar verspricht Palästinensern 480 Millionen Dollar

SPIEGEL ONLINE - May 07, 2019

Katar will die Palästinenser nach den jüngsten Vergeltungsangriffen Israels auf den Gazastreifen finanziell unterstützen. Dafür stellt das Emirat fast eine halbe Milliarde Dollar in Aussicht. mehr...

Freitagsprotest im Gazastreifen: Zwei palästinensische Jugendliche erschossen

Freitagsprotest im Gazastreifen: Zwei palästinensische Jugendliche erschossen

SPIEGEL ONLINE - February 08, 2019

An der Grenze zum Gazastreifen haben Angehörige des israelischen Militärs zwei Palästinenser getötet. Die Freitagsproteste dauern seit knapp einem Jahr an, mehr als 250 Menschen wurden schon getötet. mehr...


Chasing Paradise: A Palestinian Clan Dreams of Going Home

Chasing Paradise: A Palestinian Clan Dreams of Going Home

SPIEGEL ONLINE - May 15, 2018

The members of a large Palestinian clan dream of escaping Gaza and going back to their homeland, the village of Ni'ilya. For 70 years, they've been imagining this return to a place that no longer exists, except in their collective memories. By Alexander Osang more... Comment ]

Nahostkonflikt: Uno bezeichnet Gazastreifen als unbewohnbar

Nahostkonflikt: Uno bezeichnet Gazastreifen als unbewohnbar

SPIEGEL ONLINE - July 11, 2017

1,9 Millionen Menschen leben im Gazastreifen unter härtesten Bedingungen. Aus Sicht der Vereinten Nationen hat sich die Situation für die Menschen dort zuletzt erheblich verschlechtert. mehr...


Michael Ignatieff Interview: 'Those Fighting Islamic State Are the Lesser Evil'

Michael Ignatieff Interview: 'Those Fighting Islamic State Are the Lesser Evil'

SPIEGEL ONLINE - September 09, 2014

In an interview, Harvard professor and UN advisor Michael Ignatieff discusses his concept of the responsibility to protect civilian populations threatened by genocide, German weapons deliveries to the Kurds in Iraq and the idea of a deal with Assad to bring peace to Syria. Interview Conducted By Erich Follath more... Comment ]

The Unprotected: A Gaza Family Destroyed by Israeli Bombs

The Unprotected: A Gaza Family Destroyed by Israeli Bombs

SPIEGEL ONLINE - August 21, 2014

For an entire week, eight people -- women, children and an elderly man -- were trapped in their house in Gaza. They couldn't leave and nobody could help. An hour before the cease-fire, the family was wiped out by Israeli bombs. By Julia Amalia Heyer and Juliane von Mittelstaedt more...


The Spoils of War: Violence in Gaza Leads to Youth Radicalization

The Spoils of War: Violence in Gaza Leads to Youth Radicalization

SPIEGEL ONLINE - August 11, 2014

The most recent cease-fire appears to be holding in the Gaza Strip, but vast damage has already been done. In addition to the appalling loss of life and destruction of property, the war has pushed even more Palestinians to the radical fringes. By Julia Amalia Heyer in Rafah, Gaza Strip more... Comment ]

Gaza Crisis: 'The Real Danger to Israel Comes from Within'

Gaza Crisis: 'The Real Danger to Israel Comes from Within'

SPIEGEL ONLINE - August 05, 2014

Israel pulled out of the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, but left behind death and destruction. Israeli sociologist Eva Illouz tells SPIEGEL that her country is gripped by fear and is becoming increasingly suspicious of democracy. Interview Conducted by Julia Amalia Heyer more... Comment ]


Global Missionary: John Kerry's Faltering Effort to Redefine US Foreign Policy

Global Missionary: John Kerry's Faltering Effort to Redefine US Foreign Policy

SPIEGEL ONLINE - August 05, 2014

John Kerry has spent months rushing from one conflict to the next, but has little show for it. His failures are symptomatic of an America that lacks a foreign policy identity -- and of a country that seems uncomfortable with its role as a superpower. By Holger Stark more... Comment ]

The Children of War: A Humanitarian Catastrophe Unfolds in Gaza

The Children of War: A Humanitarian Catastrophe Unfolds in Gaza

SPIEGEL ONLINE - July 29, 2014

Israel's incursion into the Gaza Strip triggered a bloody war. Brutal images of dead and injured Palestinians have circulated widely, but a cease-fire still appears to be a long way off. By Julia Amalia Heyer in Gaza City more... Comment ]