Zena Tahhan, Middle East Eye

Zena Tahhan

Middle East Eye

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Past articles by Zena:

Palestinians denounce Hollywood stars' $60m for Israeli army 'terror'

Pharrell Williams and Ashton Kutcher among stars condemned by Palestinians, who say money furthers the occupation → Read More

Palestinians demand Israel return bodies of loved ones

Under the slogan 'we want our children back', relatives call on Israel to return their loved ones' remains. → Read More

Does Israel want Syria's Bashar al-Assad in power?

As Syrian forces close in on rebels in the south, experts say Israel likely to be at ease with Assad remaining in power. → Read More

The epic story of a 97-year-old Palestinian freedom fighter

Born in 1921, Abu Nihad remembers the toughest battles against Zionist militias after the British left Palestine. → Read More

Palestine submits ICC referral to open probe into 'Israel crimes'

In a first, Palestinian leadership submits referral to International Criminal Court to investigate 'Israeli crimes'. → Read More

'He was my whole world': Palestinians mourn killing of loved ones

Palestinian families in Gaza in shock and mourning after Israeli army killed 62 people protesting their right of return. → Read More

How Palestinian youth would solve the conflict with Israel

Young Palestinians share their opinions on the solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, 70 years after the Nakba. → Read More

Palestinian ex-prisoner: You sit there wishing you would die

Haifa Abu Sbaih says she was psychologically tortured and mistreated as a prisoner in Israeli jails for 16 months. → Read More

Meet Shadia Bseiso, the first Arab woman to sign with WWE

The 31-year-old Jordanian is making history and smashing regional taboos surrounding women and sports. → Read More

New programme qualifies Palestine students for Ivy League schools

Programme graduates its first batch of 110 students, with 50 receiving early acceptances into schools such as Harvard. → Read More

More than 136 people killed in Syria's Eastern Ghouta

At least 22 children among the dead as Russian and Syrian government warplanes continue to pound the rebel-held area. → Read More

Air raids on rebel-held Idlib province intensified

At least 18 killed and 45 wounded in overnight attacks on hospitals and residential areas, aid workers say. → Read More

Meet the woman challenging Arab notions of disability

Reem Alfranji, who has sons with developmental disabilities, is making the first Arabic cartoon challenging taboos. → Read More

Gaza residents to pay Israel for electricity

Gaza's weary residents expected to pay a collective fee of $2.8m a month to restore the power supply. → Read More

Palestinian teen first to be killed by Israel in 2018

Musab Tamimi, 17, shot dead by Israeli forces in a village north of Ramallah, Palestinian health ministry says. → Read More

Will Syria see peace in 2018?

Over the past seven years, the fighting that once spanned the entirety of Syria has now been relegated to a few areas. → Read More

Palestinians in Jerusalem: UN vote 'pointless exercise'

As UN General Assembly rejects Trump's Jerusalem decision, Palestinians say two-state solution is long gone. → Read More

Israeli army responds to fresh protests with live fire

More than 80 injured in protests called by the Palestinian leadership against US president's Jerusalem declaration. → Read More

Israeli forces demolish family home in East Jerusalem

Family members describe heartbreak after Israeli forces demolish their newly-built home in occupied East Jerusalem. → Read More

Egypt opens Rafah for first time under unity deal

The crossing, which is being run by the Palestinian Authority, is expected to remain open for three days. → Read More