Israeli forces are mobilizing against a mass peaceful protest by Palestinian families in Gaza demonstrating for their right of return to land that Israel has confiscated for Jewish only habitation… Their demands: “to be let out from the cage you have bound them in, to fish without being shot, to return to the village that you have torn down, to travel outside the barbed wire you surround them with… The Israeli cabinet has issued a “shoot to kill” policy.
Palestinian Authority says Gaza attack on Rami Hamdallah was an assassination bid and blames Hamas for security breach.
19 year old Ahmad Mohammad Abed-Rabbo Abu Hilo, after being shot by Israeli soldiers in Gaza IMEMC Medical sources have confirmed that a Palestinian teen, 19 years of age, died on Wednesday morning, from serious wounds he suffered last Friday, when Israeli soldiers opened fire at Palestinian protesters east of the al-Boreij refugee camp, in…
How did a 14-year-old Palestinian girl who has never set foot in the open-air prison of Gaza find herself being dumped there by Israeli officials – alone, at night and without her parents being informed? Ghada’s story, like Ahed Tamimi’s and the African refugees’, is the story of the indifference that is created by an occupation machine.
Defense for Children International – Palestine’s 2017 report: Israeli forces caused 14 child deaths & at least 961 child injuries, used excessive force, there was little to no accountability, an average of over 300 Palestinian children were in the prison system each month, 75% are abused, many face solitary confinement… In the US some positive legislation has been introduced…
On December 22nd, Israeli forces shot and killed Zakariya al-Kafarna, 24, with a live round in his chest, when the army attacked protesters in Gaza. Israeli soldiers fired from military towers and tanks across the border fence, Watch the 1-minute video about Zakariya:
Israeli forces have killed two more unarmed demonstrators in Gaza. Soldiers also shot a youth dressed as Santa Claus in the legs, and injured over 40 others with live ammunition. This brings the toll of Palestinians killed by Israeli forces to 12 since Dec. 6th. (No Israelis have been killed since September.)
The Israeli army sharpshooter couldn’t target the lower part of his victim’s body — he didn’t have one. The 29-year-old, who worked washing cars, lost both legs in an Israeli airstrike during Israel’s 2008 invasion of Gaza. He used a wheelchair to get around. On Friday the army finished the job: A sharpshooter aimed at his head and shot him dead…
Thanks to war, poverty, and the blockade, the only things abundant in Gaza are food scarcity and childhood hunger.
Questions and Answers about Gaza’s electricity crisis and Israel’s responsibility as Occupying Power from Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights