Al Jazeera’s coverage of the Gaza conflict: A snapshot of life in Gaza City

Gaza City – Al Jazeera has a rare look inside the heart of the Palestinian territories, a place where violence and hardship are the norm.

In Gaza City, we take a look at life in the besieged strip, a Palestinian enclave in the north of the occupied West Bank and occupied East Jerusalem, where thousands of Palestinians have been living under Israeli siege for nearly four years.

The Gaza Strip, also known as the “West Bank”, has been under a full-scale military siege since 2008, when the Palestinian Authority (PA) came to power in a military coup in Gaza.

The conflict has displaced an estimated 1.7 million people and left millions of others homeless.

Al Jazeera’s correspondent, Nour Al-Khateeb, travelled to Gaza in April 2014 and spent two weeks documenting the daily life of Palestinians living in the enclave.

“I went from a position of ignorance about life in my home town, to understanding it with my own eyes,” Al-Khareeb said.

Al-Khayeb’s report, ‘Hama: A Story of Life in Gaza’, was released last week.

It is part of a wider project, ‘A Journey Through the Gaza Strip: A Journal’, that is looking at the daily lives of Palestinians in Gaza, from the lives of the impoverished to the wealthy, the children of the poor, the people living under blockade.

A JourneyThroughThe Gaza strip is one of the most difficult places in the world to be a Palestinian, Al- Khayeb said, adding that it has become a place that people have to navigate in order to survive.

“You have to live a life where you have to keep a certain distance, where you must not go anywhere unless you’re absolutely necessary, where the police and military are very strict,” Al Khayem said.

“The life of a Palestinian in Gaza is very difficult.

People are living under constant terror and oppression, and they are not allowed to do anything that is not necessary.”

Gaza’s residents have been under siege since late 2008, following Israel’s unilateral withdrawal from Gaza following the Arab-Israeli war in the Gaza strip.

Palestinians have long struggled to find work, and many lack basic needs like food and clean water.

The Palestinian Authority was formed in 2007 to manage the Gaza enclave, which was occupied by Israel for more than two decades.

Al Khayeweb, who is based in Gaza city, visited the northern Palestinian city of Khan Younis and interviewed a number of residents, including a young man, Ibrahim al-Rami, who was a driver who used to help his father and two older brothers get to work.

Rami is currently living with his parents in Khan Younos, where he works as a cleaner and works with the local municipality to earn enough money to buy a few essentials, including shoes and toiletries.

He said that the life of his father was very difficult, and that his father would not go to work without paying the price of his house and property.

“It’s very hard to live without any food, without money, without shelter.

My father was a very honest person, and he was very honest,” he said.

His mother, who used the name of Aisha, said that while her husband has been working as a driver, she has been unable to keep up with the bills.

“We had a little bit of money in our house, but that is the extent of it,” she said.

The plight of the Palestinians living under siege is not unique to Gaza.

Al Jazeeras, a Gaza-based NGO, said the Gaza population is suffering due to the blockade, as more than half of the country’s population are unable to access basic services, including water and sanitation.

“In Gaza, water is a fundamental human right, as it is the most basic of all human rights,” Al Jazeera said.

“The blockade has been a devastating and devastating impact for the people of Gaza, and has made it impossible for them to live in a normal way.”

Al Jazera added that there is also an economic impact on Gaza, as residents cannot afford basic goods such as bread, meat and eggs, which are essential for life in a Gaza city.

Al Jazeri said that some people are forced to sell their produce to pay for the siege, while others cannot afford to buy the necessities of life.

“Some people, especially young people, have lost their ability to work in the streets, because they cannot afford the prices that are required,” Al Jaberas said.

In his report, Al Jazieb highlighted that Gaza’s infrastructure has been severely damaged by the blockade.

He said that a major water pipeline is still leaking from the Israeli side of the border, and the tunnel network in Gaza has been closed to the international community for many years.

In recent years, the Gaza government has faced international pressure to rebuild the tunnels, but there are currently only a few concrete structures remaining in Gaza to carry out the rebuilding work