Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu became the first high level diplomat to visit Israel in the last 15 years since relations between both the countries deteriorated over the Israeli attack on Gaza in 2008 that killed over 1,400 Palestinians
Israel has also used collective punishment against Palestinians by repeatedly closing the crossings connecting Israel with the occupied territories, preventing thousands of Palestinians from traveling and working there
Gazan have been holding demonstrations to demand the lifting of the 14-year-long Israeli blockade and resolved to continue protesting until their demands are met
The attack injured 42, including 10 children. The same night, Israeli air force fighter jets conducted airstrikes on Gaza, targeting multiple locations
At least 13 Palestinians were injured and three arrested by security forces during demonstrations against illegal demolitions by Israel.
Israel claims that the airstrikes were in response to the launch of incendiary balloons from the Gaza strip. This is the first violation of the May 20 ceasefire which brought an end to the brutal 11-day bombing of Gaza
The airstrikes on Gaza along with the Israeli military’s violence in the occupied West Bank have so for killed 227 Palestinians and injured over 1,500 others, while also internally displacing 72,000 people
Dozens were injured yesterday by the indiscriminate firing of tear gas, toxic water cannons and even live ammunition by Israeli forces and at least one person was killed.
Asalla Abu Khader of the Union of Palestinian Women’s Committees talks about the resistance to Israeli attacks and the decades-long policy by the Zionist state to bring about demographic changes in the occupied territories
In this episode of Around the World in 8 Minutes, we look at the continuation of the Nakba but also the heroic and persistent resistance of Palestinians and anti-imperialists globally to over 7 decades of Zionist colonial violence.
In recent times, the Al-Aqsa mosque complex has become a major flashpoint mainly because of the numerous attacks by Israeli security forces and extremist settler groups on those who come to pray at the mosque and the premises itself
The Al-Aqsa mosque in occupied Jerusalem was closed due to the COVID-19 threat for the last 70 days and was re-opened on Sunday. The Israeli police also arrested three Palestinians from the site on Sunday