8-year-old Malek Issa is in critical condition. Israeli soldiers had invaded his village and one had shot Malek in the head while the boy was walking home… He is likely to lose one of his eyes, and is at risk of losing the other…
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The Israeli military continues to deny wrongdoing in the case of Abdul Rahman Shteiwi, despite diverse evidence of the opposite. The young boy remains bedridden and immobile three months after being shot, while his family struggles to make ends meet…
From 100 meters away, an IDF soldier shot a Palestinian boy in the head in the West Bank village of Kafr Qaddum. The bullet exploded into dozens of fragments in the child’s brain and he’s now in an induced coma.
Fourteen years ago this month, Tom Hurndall, a 22-year old student and photographer, was shot in the head by an Israeli sniper in Gaza as he tried to rescue small Palestinian girls from Israeli gunfire.
Israeli children are dressing up as Elor Azaria, who shot prisoner in the head as he lay on the ground [VIDEO]
JerusalemOnline reports: This year for Purim, many Israeli children are dressing up as Elor Azaria, the Israeli soldier who fatally shot a prisoner lying on the ground incapacitated. “I’m not saying that he did the right thing but in my eyes he is a hero,” stated one grandmother…
Longtime Middle East analyst Jeffrey Blankfort discusses the history of pro-Israel neoconservatives in Washington, and the influence of AIPAC and Sheldon Adelson in Middle East policy – and he’s naming names.
PBS recently presented an excellent report on Israeli sniper violence at the Gaza border, but headlined it with a pro-Israel spin. The truth is simply too damning to be presented un-spun to an American audience. Philip Weiss discusses the report and how it was packaged.
The International Middle East Media Center reports on the ongoing acts of Israeli injustice and violence that most other media don’t bother with. Not a day goes by – including holidays – without abductions, settler brutality, shootings, and often even deaths.
The coldness of Israel and its soldiers is incomprehensible – shooting a Palestinian minor in the back, shooting at the neighbor who tried to help, threatening to shoot the ambulance driver, while the youth bled to death. This has become a common occurrence, with at least 52 Palestinian children killed in 2018.
Palestinians in Gaza are dealing with more fallout from the blockade – and their protest against it. Now in addition to thousands of gunshot wounds from Israeli snipers, and their accompanying disabilities and amputations, many are at risk of infection. The healthcare sector is lacking in supplies thanks to import restrictions; patients can not go abroad for treatment thanks to visa restrictions.
One Israeli human rights org reports over 180 Palestinians killed (31 of them minors) and 21,000 injured.