Daniella Cheslow Multimedia Journalist

Daniella Cheslow
Posts Tagged ‘Palestinians’
Palestinians blame Israel for water shortage
Palestinians blame Israel for water shortage

Published by Associated Press.

Gaza sewage festers in conflict, poisons coast
Gaza sewage festers in conflict, poisons coast

Published by Associated Press.

Palestinian hunger striker defies Israeli arrest
Palestinian hunger striker defies Israeli arrest

Print and photos published by McClatchy Newspapers.

For Palestinian foodies, frustration simmers
For Palestinian foodies, frustration simmers

Print and photos published by McClatchy Newspapers.

Arabs rise in Israeli elections
Arabs rise in Israeli elections

Print, video and photos published by McClatchy Newspapers.

E. Jerusalem hospitals care for Gazan wounded
E. Jerusalem hospitals care for Gazan wounded

Print and photos published by McClatchy Newspapers.

In Israel, marrying under rockets
In Israel, marrying under rockets

Radio and photo published by PRI’s The World.

A hitchhiker’s guide to the West Bank
A hitchhiker’s guide to the West Bank

Print published by Tablet Magazine.

The Israeli citizens fighting in Syria’s war
The Israeli citizens fighting in Syria's war

Print and photos published by McClatchy Newspapers.

Did polonium kill Yassir Arafat?
Did polonium kill Yassir Arafat?

Print published by The Times of London.

Former Israeli envoy fears Egyptian revolution
Former Israeli envoy fears Egyptian revolution

Published by Deutsche Welle.

Jerusalem: torn by tension, blessed by cuisine
Jerusalem: torn by tension, blessed by cuisine

Radio and photos published by Deutsche Welle.

Obama faces awkward reception in Jerusalem
Obama faces awkward reception in Jerusalem

US President Barack Obama has arrived in Jerusalem on his first visit to Israel. However, disillusionment is high and expectations are low that his trip will yield any progress on the peace process with the Palestinians.

Photos: Israel’s first lawmaker from Hebron
Photos: Israel's first lawmaker from Hebron

Israel’s newly sworn-in Knesset includes nearly 50 new faces – including the first representative from the hardline Hebron settlement. Meet Orit Struk. 

Israel’s fence puts irrigation in jeopardy
Israel’s fence puts irrigation in jeopardy

One of the last Palestinian farming villages that still uses irrigation systems from Roman times says its ancient way of life is in danger as Israel prepares to lay down its West Bank separation barrier.

West Bank outpost’s last stand
West Bank outpost’s last stand

In the wake of the Israeli Supreme Court’s decision that Migron, a settlement north of Jerusalem, must be demolished, residents ponder their next step.

Hardliner to lead Israel’s largest party
Hardliner to lead Israel’s largest party

Israel’s largest party has ousted its leader, Tzipi Livni, and replaced her with Shaul Mofaz, the former Defence Minister and military chief of staff.

TV watching marks end of Hamas-Fatah feud
TV watching marks end of Hamas-Fatah feud

Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip saw each other’s official television broadcasts yesterday for the first time in four years, a day after Fatah and Hamas resolved their bloody feud.

Concert brings classical music to Gaza
Concert brings classical music to Gaza

Residents in Gaza were serenaded by 25 musicians from Europe who performed a concert led by Daniel Barenboim in the Hamas-run enclave to draw attention to its plight.

Israel freezes £53m over Fatah-Hamas mend
Israel freezes £53m over Fatah-Hamas mend

Israel has suspended the routine transfer of about £53 million in tax revenue to the Palestinian Authority in response to a reconciliation deal between the rival factions Fatah and Hamas.

Abbas: Peace is possible with Hamas, Israel
Abbas: Peace is possible with Hamas, Israel

As fighting Palestinian factions try to reconcile, West Bank leader makes case to Israel and the West.

Protest death spurs scrutiny of Israeli tactics
Protest death spurs scrutiny of Israeli tactics

A Palestinian who died after inhaling tear gas in a West Bank protest raises questions about Israeli military response.

Remembered
Remembered

Raja Shehadeh’s new memoir joins a growing list of literary works on Palestinian life before Israel.

Safe houses
Safe houses

A prominent Israeli rabbi wants to protect Israel by forbidding Jews from renting and selling property to non-Jews.