A new study of Gaza’s reconstruction needs, published by the UN, EU and World Bank, demonstrates anew the harmful role played by these institutions in Palestine.
Palestinians have rarely been afforded a voice in Western and especially American news outlets.
Fourteen years of brutal mass confinement, chronic malnutrition, trauma, psychological problems, and thousands of people maimed by weapons from land, sea and air: these go on deepening Gaza’s widespread depression and despair.
Now is the moment for supporters of Palestinian rights around the world to redouble their efforts to impose worldwide isolation on Israeli regime’s colonial apartheid system.
The Zionist regime obliterated whole families in their homes during its 11-day attack on Gaza in May, some removed entirely from the population registry.
After an 11-day bombing campaign in Gaza that martyred hundreds of Palestinians, including 67 children, the Israeli regime has its hand out to its greatest ally for an additional $1 billion in “emergency” military aid, on top of the $3.8 billion Washington provides each year
Tech giants, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, have been working hand in hand with the Israeli regime to censor Palestinians trying to expose the regime’s atrocities against Palestinians in the Gaza strip and the occupied West Bank.
The Israeli regime has a history of attacking Palestinian arts and culture. In 2018, for example, the Israeli regime bombed the Said al-Mishal Cultural Center.
Like the blockade of Gaza that it resembles, the blockade of Yemen slowly strangles civilians to death without doing anything to halt the flow of weapons.
Journalists at the al-Quds holy site documented Israeli regime police arbitrarily denying access, delivering beatings, and firing on reporters with rubber-coated bullets.