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Israel sentences Palestinian aid worker Mohammed el-Halabi to 12 years in prison

After over 160 court hearings and six years of imprisonment, Israel sentenced El-Halabi on terror-related charges based on “secret evidence”

Israeli govt. eyes elections, regional dynamics with brutal assault on Gaza

Rania Khalek of BreakThrough News talks about the recent Israeli attacks on Gaza, the cynical political calculation of the occupying power, and its regional implications

UNSC talks on Gaza UN Security Council holds emergency meeting to discuss Gaza amid fragile truce 

Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process Tor Wennesland reported during the meeting that in three days, Israel had carried out 147 airstrikes which killed 46 Palestinians, including 16 children, and injured 360 more

Daily Round-Up | Ceasefire in Gaza after three days of Israeli bombings & other stories

In today’s episode, we take a look at the ceasefire in Gaza, the swearing in of Colombia’s new leaders, a bill passed by the US Senate, and the latest from the Iran nuclear deal

Israeli airstrikes on Gaza continue for second day, 11 killed

Israeli military sources said the bombings would continue in the coming days as well. Among those killed is a five-year-old girl

Daily Round-up | Pentagon approves potential $5 billion arms sale to Saudi Arabia, UAE & other stories

In this episode, we bring you stories of arms sales amid the ceasefire extension in Yemen, responses to Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, massacres in Colombia and closure of border posts in Gaza

Palestinians suffer inhumane health conditions under the 15-year blockade of Gaza

A human rights report reveals how the Israeli apartheid regime’s blockade of Gaza prevents Palestinians from accessing their human right to health

Israeli attacks on Palestinian journalists Media and legal groups file complaint at ICC over Israeli violence against journalists

The groups mentioned in detail the cases of Ahmed Abu Hussein, Yaser Murtaja, Muath Amarneh and Nedal Eshtayeh, journalists who were shot dead or seriously injured by Israeli army snipers while they were covering popular protests in the blockaded Gaza strip

What explains Israel’s violent provocations in Palestine?

Rania Khalek of BreakThrough News talks about the recent attacks by Israel on Gaza and occupied East Jerusalem, especially the Al-Aqsa mosque

For second Friday in a row, Israeli forces attack worshipers at Al-Aqsa in East Jerusalem

Israeli forces fired rubber bullets, stun grenades, and tear gas on the worshipers leading to at least 31 Palestinians getting injured, two of them critically. Journalists and paramedics were also injured

Israeli bombing in Gaza Israel airforce bombs Gaza

The attack marks a further escalation in Israeli violence inside the occupied Palestinian territories. There have been repeated attacks on the Al-Aqsa mosque compound during the month of Ramadan by the Israel forces

Israeli apartheid in Palestine UN special rapporteur on human rights calls Israel an apartheid state

The report prepared by Michael Lynk adds to the growing consensus in the international community equating Israel’s discriminatory policies in the occupied Palestinian territories to apartheid