Dr. Mohammed al-Khatib, founder of the Museum of Memories in Beirut. He started the museum with a question for one of his patients: Do you have something from Palestine?

Objects from Palestine are now enshrined at a makeshift museum in this Beirut refugee camp


In the Shatila camp in Beirut, there’s a tiny museum crammed with hundreds of items that Palestinians brought with them when they fled what is now Israel.

After her third daughter was born, Faten decided to make sure that her fourth child would be a boy. She says she has a career and a family to take care of. She can't keep getting pregnant over and over again.

An Israeli woman traveled to the West Bank so she could be sure she’d have a boy

Muna Assaf has been asking her reporters to talk with people on the street about catcalling. She men do it because they think they have the authority to do it.

A Palestinian radio station in the West Bank tackles catcalling, divorce and sex

Baha Nababta in the Shuafat refugee camp in November 2014. He devoted his life to improving the camp before he was shot to death this year.

Baha Nababta wanted to live in a place where the roads were paved and the trash picked up. Then he was murdered.

Novelist Ayelet Waldman and a Palestinian man in Hebron. “For most of my life, I loved Israel, I longed for Israel, I planned to live in Israel,” she says.

Novelist Ayelet Waldman is sending writers to the West Bank to document what they see, 50 years into occupation

Israeli emergency personnel carry the body of a victim from the scene of an attack at a Jerusalem synagogue on November 18, 2014.

Palestinians kill Israeli worshippers during prayers at a Jerusalem synagogue


Two Palestinian men armed with meat cleavers and firearms killed four worshippers at a synagogue in West Jersualem on Tuesday. While it was the deadliest attack of its kind in the city since 2008, it was also yet another sign of rising violence between Israelis and Palestinians.