Monday, 4 March 2019


Israeli occupation forces have shot & killed two Palestinians - Amir Darraj (20), Yousef Anqawi (20) - & wounded a third, outside Kufr Nimeh village. Two soldiers were wounded in what army claims was car-ramming attack.

Thursday, 28 February 2019

Israeli snipers targeted children, health workers and journalists in Gaza protests, UN says


UN probe on Thursday said there is evidence Israel committed crimes against humanity in responding to last year's protests in Gaza, as snipers targeted people clearly identifiable as children, health workers and journalists. Israel immediately rejected the findings as "hostile, deceitful and biased.

Monday, 25 February 2019

Another Unarmed 15 year old killed by IOF Snipers

                                   The pain on his parents faces say mpore than any words could say!

On Friday 'The Palestinian Ministry of Health' in Gaza confirmed that 15-year-old Youssef Said Hussein al-Dayeh was shot in the chest with a live bullet, during protests in eastern Gaza City, before being pronounced dead shortly after.

Palestinians open Al-Aqsa gate sealed since 2003

Palestinians raised the Palestinian flag as they called slogans in support of Jerusalem and the Al-Aqsa Mosque.Hundreds of Palestinians performed Friday prayers inside the al-Rahma Gate building and in the compound.

Monday, 28 January 2019

Looks Like Palestine drew the short straw.

Looks Like Palestine drew the short straw. Before Palestine, Herzl looked at many other countries to build his "Zion." Above are some of the countries the Zionist movement considered.

IOF Cowards Ar eGood At Abusing Children And Woman But When IT Comes to Real Fighting the Run

Palestinian Father of 3 Killed by Settlers

Hamdy Taelb Na'assan was killed during clashes between IOF backed Israeli settlers and residents of his village that had come under attack. on Saturday.

The challenge of filling gaps in the legs of Gaza’s wounded | Palestine | Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) International

In the wake of the March of Return protests in Gaza, MSF teams in the Palestinian enclave are coping with the arduous task of replacing the centimetres of bones pulverised by Israeli bullets in the bodies of protesters. The limited resources available on site, however, make it impossible to provide a viable solution for many of them – this is why referrals to hospitals abroad are a necessary part of the equation.

Two centimetres doesn’t sound like much. When it comes to your leg, though, a missing two centimetres of bone leaves a big hole – especially when the cause is a bullet turning and smashing its way through your body. That much was evident at al-Awda hospital in Jabalia, in northern Gaza, as our surgeons opened the shin of Yousri*.
Delicate surgery to repair broken bones

Yousri had been shot by the Israeli army during protests in July 2018, and the bullet had left a big chunk of missing bone just underneath the knee. It was the job of the surgeons to take bone from Yousri’s hip to fill that gap and help him walk again.