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This week
14th July 2024 - 20th July 2024
Gaza famine: 'We are forced to eat what we used to consider animal feed'
Over 20% of people in the Gaza Strip are now facing the prospect of famine.
"These mulberry leaves are from the large trees that survived the war. I thank God for this blessing," one Gazan said.
"Does the world know?" asks another Gazan.
Last month
June 2024
'All I can offer my children is some available bread with hot water to dissolve it'
The Journal’s reporter in Rafah talks to parents about food shortages and how they are impacting their families.
Treatments limited and medicines scarce in Gaza hospital overwhelmed after Nuseirat attacks
Life with cancer in Gaza: 'Access to treatment is the least we can ask for in this war'
A man speaks to The Journal’s reporter in Rafah about his wife’s diagnosis – and how she cannot access treatment or find healthy food.
This year
Photographer in Gaza marks deaths of babies he once took portraits of in his studio
Hunger in Gaza: 'We made bread using livestock fodder but now we've run out'
Palestinians were using livestock fodder to bake bread but they have now run out of that resource.
Malnourished new mothers are trying to figure out how to feed their infants in Gaza where formula has run out.
Families tell The Journal's reporter on the ground that they haven't eaten bread in three months.
Dima Jalal Saud reports from Rafah.
'Where is the escape?' - Reporting from Rafah amid escalating fears of an Israeli invasion
A reporter writing for The Journal describes how many displaced families now find themselves with few options left.
Giving birth in Gaza: 'I resorted to instructional videos on social media'
On the ground in Rafah, a reporter writing for The Journal speaks with pregnant women and new mothers.
Unicef has reported that Caesarean sections are being performed in Gaza without anaesthesia.
The Journal's reporter on the ground in Gaza tells the stories of women who have given birth in recent weeks as the bombardment continues around them.