The ceasefire was agreed upon after two days of the Israeli offensive killed 34 Palestinians, including eight children and three women.
The latest Israeli offensive on Gaza comes in the wake of a political deadlock in Israel, which has resulted in no new government being formed since the general elections in September.
Three Palestinian detainees are on hunger strike against their arbitrary detention by Israeli authorities for the past several weeks, as per the Palestinian prisoners’ commission
Heba al-Labadi and Abdulrahman Mar’i were arrested in August and September and were held in administrative detention despite no charges being filed against them
Israeli airstrikes pound Gaza after 10 rockets were fired into Israel from Gaza. A 27-year-old man was killed in the air strikes, which targeted Hamas bases and installations
The Palestinian minor was shot and killed by an IDF soldier after he approached the border fence during a protest in July 2018
The injured include 43 children, 1 woman, 2 paramedics and 1 journalist. Friday was the 80th week of the protests along the Gaza-Israel border.
Ahmed Ghannam’s decision to end the hunger strike came after the Israeli high court ordered his release after the completion of his current detention period. Five other detainees continue their hunger strikes
This week alone, there have been at least four incidents of forced entry by Jewish settlers into the mosque compound. In this video, we take a look at the motives behind Jewish claims.
In the past week, thousands of extremist Jewish settlers repeatedly stormed the Al Aqsa mosque compound in occupied East Jerusalem, performed rituals and shouted slogans calling for the demolition of the mosque
Some of the detainees have been on strike for more than 50 days demanding an end to their illegal administrative detention without charge or trial by the state of Israel
Extremist leaders, who accompanied Jewish settlers who stormed the Al-Aqsa mosque compound, made provocative speeches and tried to perform religious rituals