Reservist wounded in the fighting in Khan Younis last summer won’t let his handicap stop him from living his life. Since he can’t run anymore, he surfs instead.
- 24 January, 2015 One family, three dead, three maimed: ‘Black Friday’ in Gaza The al-Namlah family fled the intense fighting that followed Hamas' truce violation and abduction of an IDF soldier during the summer war, but they did not get far enough.
- 19 January, 2015 ‘War crimes in Palestine’: Who will investigate, and what? The ICC decision to launch an initial inquiry into claims of war crimes during last summer's fighting in Gaza does not mean there will be an investigation, the experts say.
- 3 August, 2014 Alone on the Gaza frontier: Kerem Shalom residents live without peace Feature: Residents of kibbutz on Gaza Strip-Israel-Egypt border do not lose faith despite rockets, mortar shells; take an in-depth look at life in one of Israel’s most threatened and isolated communities, and why some people chose to make it their home.
- 19 August, 2015 ‘I don’t like being called a hero’ Lieutenant Colonel Shai Siman-Tov, commander of Golani's 12th Battalion who was wounded during Protective Edge, talks about his injuries and recovery.
- 6 June, 2014 Justice for Hamas, Fatah victims costly, elusive Next step in Palestinian reconciliation is compensation for hundreds killed and wounded in fighting that culminated in the 2007 Hamas takeover of Gaza.