Gaza desperately needs power for fresh water production. The EU donated a new solar energy field to do the job, but Israeli restrictions keep it from being used.
1st half of 2018, 25 Palestinian children killed by Israeli forces – each posed no threat; Israeli Supreme Court stands behind the killings, which contravene intl law.
Israeli passenger says 1st Freedom Flotilla vessel was captured with some violence in int’l waters; passengers’ safety in question. Israel must be held accountable.
Organizers say a Freedom Flotilla vessel was ‘hijacked’ and towed to Ashdod; IDF confirms it intercepted the boat, says it was in violation of blockade.
Israel caves: Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman offered a deal to Hamas, including reopening Kerem crossing and expanding fishing zones, “if situation remains calm.”
The apparently deliberate bombing of the Arts & Crafts Village destroyed Palestinian archeology & art – a “deliberate and barbaric assault against Palestinian heritage & history.”
Israeli President Reuvin Rivlin speaks as though Israel alone has Gaza’s best interests in mind, but a little digging proves his words to be utterly disingenuous.
Organizers of the Great March of Return are seeking worldwide support for a Women’s March to take place on July 3, 2018, just 1 day before Americans celebrate our freedom. They call on women across the globe to hold solidarity events in their own countries.
Four Palestinians killed and over 600 injured in Gaza during continuing demonstrations along the fence with Israel
Official Gazan death toll is now 135, including 13 children; 2 medic deaths, 321 injuries, 41 damaged ambulances. Funding is desperately needed for the medical sector.
The 2018 Gaza Freedom Flotilla, with peace activists taking humanitarian aid to Gaza, was harassed today by the German Coast Guard. After two successful voyages, flotillas have been blocked in international waters by Israeli forces, once killing 10 of those on board.