The airstrikes on Saturday also caused damage to a hospital, a mosque and a several residential buildings. Electricity and water supply of the citizens of Gaza was also affected
Latest statistics from Tuesday, December 15, stated that a total of 126,205 COVID-19 cases have been recorded in the occupied Palestinian territories, with the death toll currently at 1,107.
Since August 6, Israel had been continuously attacking Gaza. It had bombed the region from the air, shelled it with tanks, and attacked Palestinian fishermen off the Gaza coast
Shatha Odeh of the Palestinian Health Work Committees describes the situation on the ground, as well as nature of the challenges in the West Bank and Gaza.
The COVID-19 lockdown, which has been in place in Gaza since Monday, was extended for three more days on August 26. Gaza has also suffered continuous attacks by Israel in the past month
The airstrikes conducted in the late hours of Sunday claimed to target Hamas sites, but Palestinian media reported that the airstrikes hit an agricultural plot of land east of Gaza
Two recent UN reports reveal the extent to which the Israeli regime has intensified systematic violence against Palestinians while it pushes forward with the ‘Annexation Plan’
On the second anniversary of the massacre of Palestinians during the Great March of Return, over 400 artists, musicians, writers and cultural practitioners backed Amnesty International’s call for an arms embargo on Israel
May 15 is Nakba Day, which marks the death of thousands of Palestinians and the forced exile of many more during the formation of Israeli in 1948. To this day, the Palestinians living under occupation continue to resist the apartheid policies of Israel
Maren Mantovani of the Stop the Wall campaign talks about Israel’s corona-racism, the deployment of surveillance technology in the name of tracking the pandemic, and the continuing atrocities on the people of Palestine
Protests were organized in the Palestinian majority town of Jaffa against Israeli police action under the pretext of the COVID-19 threat. A video showed police manhandling local residents, including a woman, and issuing fines
Due to the coronavirus outbreak, Palestinians took to social media to post pictures of victims of Israeli violence during the Great March of Return protests. They also raised the Palestinian flag from the balconies of their homes