Jaclynn Ashly, Al Jazeera English

Jaclynn Ashly

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  • Al Jazeera English
  • Mondoweiss
  • Middle East Eye

Past articles by Jaclynn:

Palestinians wary of Israel's checkpoint changes

Israel says renovations could boost West Bank economy but Palestinians say measures are self-serving propaganda. → Read More

Eurovision vs Globalvision: An artistic response

Boycotting Israel, Palestinian, Israeli and international artists put on a global alternative to Eurovision. → Read More

Has Israel already annexed the West Bank?

While official annexation would be seen as a dramatic escalation, many Palestinians feel the area is already annexed. → Read More

Israel's Checkpoint 300: Suffocation and broken ribs at rush hour

Palestinian workers say conditions at the notorious checkpoint in occupied West Bank have worsened over the last months. → Read More

Israeli army, settlers 'routinely harass' Nablus students

West Bank school's staff documented 65 Israeli violations during first semester, at least three more since January 24. → Read More

The Palestinian home hemmed in by Israel's separation wall

Hani Amer's family struggles with living in a home surrounded by Israel's separation barrier in occupied West Bank. → Read More

Qalandiya: How Palestinians experience the largest Israeli checkpoint, in photographs –

To observe the humiliations of Palestinians at the largest Israeli checkpoint in the occupied West Bank, Jaclynn Ashly took her camera to Qalandiya on a recent Friday, and met dozens of Palestinians waiting at the turnstiles as soldiers spoke Hebrew orders over microphones. → Read More

Gentrification in Haifa soars as Palestinian homes are converted into luxury real estate –

Israel’s Haifa municipality is unveiling major plans to transform the city in northern Israel into a Barcelona of the Middle East – a city with captivating ancient architecture redolent of a storied past. However, there is one problem: these homes belonged to Palestinians. → Read More

"I've been obsessed with time" – a visit to Raja Shehadeh

The Palestinian writer Raja Shehadeh does not support a 2-state or 1-state solution. He envisions one region, reminiscent of a Greater Syria. → Read More

'We want it cancelled': Palestinians protest social security law

Workers argue that the government is 'not listening' to their concerns but minister says special committee formed. → Read More

Palestinian Ahed Tamimi freed from jail

Tamimi was arrested after a video of her slapping and hitting two Israeli soldiers went viral. → Read More

Palestinians rally against the PA in Ramallah: 'Shame on you, you sold Gaza in dollars'

Palestinians took to the streets of Ramallah city Sunday night, demanding that the Palestinian Authority end its sanctions on the besieged Gaza Strip that have exacerbated a humanitarian crisis in the small Palestinian enclave. The crowd chanted With our souls and blood, we will save you Gaza” and “Shame on you, you sold Gaza in dollars. → Read More

Palestinians risk losing Jerusalem ID over Israel loyalty law

Israel revoking residencies of Jerusalemites over 'breach of loyalty' is rendering them stateless, rights groups say. → Read More

Israeli cemeteries in the West Bank send a message– Settlers are never leaving

Israeli settlers have built 32 cemeteries across the West Bank. Palestinians say these markers are painful reminders that settlers have no intention of ever leaving the occupied Palestinian territory. In the last two years, Israeli cities in the West Bank, Ariel and Ma'ale Adumim, have established cemeteries. Ghassan Daghlas: “It affects us psychologically. The graves have a hidden message that… → Read More

Settler rail line to Israel latest land grab, Palestinians say

Residents in Salfit district expect 300 hectares of land to be confiscated for an Israeli settler railway. → Read More

Ahed Tamimi gets eight months in prison after plea deal

Palestinian teen activist was arrested after a video of her slapping and hitting two Israeli soldiers went viral. → Read More

Israel's military courts 'humiliating charade' for Palestinians

Ahed Tamimi's case has highlighted the dual legal systems Israel imposes in the occupied West Bank. → Read More

Ahed Tamimi's trial gets under way behind closed doors

Tamimi's case has become a rallying cry against Israel's policy to detain hundreds of Palestinian children in jail. → Read More

'We are proud of her': Palestinian teenagers on the importance of Ahed Tamimi

Since Ahed Tamimi’s arrest, she has become an international icon for the experiences of Palestinian children under Israel’s more than half-century occupation. Mondoweiss sat down with teenagers in Bethlehem’s Dheisheh refugee camp, where Israeli violence is an everyday reality for its some 15,000 residents, to discuss their experiences living under Israeli military rule and how they relate to… → Read More

Boy blinded and paralysed in Gaza war dies aged nine

Mohammad Hadaf, who was struck by an Israeli missile aged six, is among more than 500 children killed in the conflict. → Read More