Israeli airstrikes in Gaza
Unions in the US are breaking their silence on Palestine

Last week, the UAW became the largest union in the United States to call for a ceasefire, joining with other progressive unions

European trade unions intensify actions of solidarity with Palestine

Port workers’ unions in Italy, Greece, and Turkey have announced their decision to boycott the loading and unloading of arms destined for Israel’s criminal war in Gaza.

Israel’s genocidal war on Gaza has killed 10,000 people

Over 26,000 people have been injured and around 1.5 million displaced out of a total population of 2.3 million since Israel started its war on Gaza on October 7. Israeli forces have also killed over 150 people in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem

Israeli attack in Al-Aqsa Israeli aggression continues for the third day at Al-Aqsa compound 

Israel has been carrying out attacks inside the Al-Aqsa mosque compound during Ramadan for the last couple of years. Also known as Haram al-Sharif, the mosque inside occupied East Jerusalem is considered the third holiest site in Islam 

Daily Round-Up | Israel strikes Gaza a day after deadly raid in West Bank, and other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of Israeli airstrikes on Gaza, France’s decision to further scale down its military presence in Africa, protests in Peru, and the ICC’s decision to resume investigation in the Philippines

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

Israeli attacks in Gaza Israeli military targets Gaza farmlands with artillery, tank fire

The Israeli attacks ended up wounding three Palestinian farmers. The Israeli military claimed that it was targeting Hamas military positions, although most of its fire ended up targeting farmers and agricultural lands