Dalia Hatuqa, Al Jazeera English

Dalia Hatuqa

Al Jazeera English

Washington, DC, United States

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Past:
  • Al Jazeera English
  • Foreign Policy
  • CNN
  • The New Humanitarian (formerly IRIN)
  • Vox
  • Middle East Eye

Past articles by Dalia:

Russia-Ukraine live: 800 civilians hiding in Severodonetsk plant

Hundreds are hiding underneath the Azot factory in the besieged city as Russia refuses to negotiate troops’ passage. → Read More

Abbas Is Destroying Democracy to Ensure His Successor Supports Israel

The status quo of military occupation is working well for those at the top of the PLO. → Read More

US Muslim advocates weigh in on abortion rights battle

Imminent threat to Roe v Wade raises concern from many religious communities across the US, including Muslim Americans. → Read More

Palestinian Authority's Unpopularity Reaches New Lows as Nizar Banat Trial Kicks Off

The trial of Nizar Banat’s killers has exposed the rot at the PA’s core. → Read More

CNN

Opinion: My journey through fertility treatments in the pandemic

After going through three attempts of IVF, Dalia Hatuqa writes that finding out you can't have a child without fertility treatment is devastating enough. Trying over and over again to get pregnant is taxing, but going through these experiences during a pandemic is surreal, disorienting and intensely lonely. → Read More

UN seeks to unblock medical access for ‘trapped’ Palestinians

Rights groups welcome the workaround for patients in Gaza and the West Bank to get urgent treatment but say more than a temporary fix is needed. → Read More

Vox

"We are living in a touristic prison": Palestinians on life in the holy city of Bethlehem

Millions visit Bethlehem every Christmas. But Palestinians who live there are struggling to survive. → Read More

Benjamin Netanyahu and Mahmoud Abbas Need Each Other to Survive

Israel needs the Palestinian Authority’s security cooperation to avoid another intifada—and without security ties to Israel and the funding that comes with it, the PA… → Read More

Why some Palestinians are shunning foreign aid

External assistance has become a contentious topic among some Palestinians. Is community philanthropy the answer? → Read More

Why some Palestinians are shunning foreign aid

External assistance has become a contentious topic among some Palestinians. Is community philanthropy the answer? → Read More

How the Gulf States Got in Bed With Israel and Forgot About the Palestinian Cause

Benjamin Netanyahu is building ties with anti-Iran Arab leaders from Riyadh to Doha and betting that a peace deal is no longer a necessary prerequisite… → Read More

For Palestinians, America Was Never an Honest Broker

The Trump administration’s policies don’t represent a radical shift. The White House has simply abandoned the facade of neutrality and rubber-stamped the Israeli government’s agenda. → Read More

Media watchdogs slam 'politically motivated' arrests of Palestinian journalists

Israel has arrested seven Palestinian journalists since 30 July provoking an outcry from rights groups → Read More

Mohammed bin Salman Has Thrown the Palestinians Under the Bus

The United States and Arab governments have abandoned the Palestinian cause and believe they can browbeat Mahmoud Abbas into submission. → Read More

Islamophobia prompts Muslims to engage in US democracy: report

Anti-Muslim measures have backfired, causing the US Muslim population to protest and run for office in higher numbers. → Read More

What's next for Trump and the Palestinian Authority?

The relationship between the US president and the PA has been nothing less than a roller coaster ride, analysts say. → Read More

Anti-BDS bills expected to feature prominently at AIPAC

Annual meeting to push for measures that counter boycott Israel campaign as rights groups call bills 'unconstitutional'. → Read More

Iraqi-Jewish archive triggers 'traumatic memories'

A battle is ongoing over a collection of Iraqi Jewish heirlooms, as few agree on where it should be based. → Read More

Trump's 'Muslim ban' has backfired, study suggests

New research argues that Trump's 'Muslim ban' became more unpopular among American voters after it was put in place → Read More

Donald Trump 'undermining global press freedom': CPJ

US president has had the most negative impact on press freedom worldwide, according to a journalism advocacy group. → Read More