Generations of Palestinian children have suffered due to the decades-long occupation of Palestine and the crippling blockade on the Gaza Strip.
Human Rights Watch has recently said that the Israeli regime military's May bombings that leveled four high-rise buildings in Gaza were "apparently unlawful" and possibly amount to war crimes.
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.
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.
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.
Members of more than 100 Palestinian, Arab, and Muslim groups joined other critics of the Israeli regime's recent bombardment of Gaza in Washington, D.C. recently to hold a march for Palestine urging U.S. President Joe Biden and Congress to hold the Israeli regime “accountable for its war crimes."
Outrage against the Zionist regime’s ongoing apartheid system and routine attacks on Palestinian rights and lives is mounting worldwide, setting the stage for a new burst of energy in the global movement for boycotts, divestment and sanctions (BDS) against the Israeli regime — a nonviolent movement in support of the Palestinian struggle for freedom and equality.
As healthcare workers in Gaza cope with the aftermath of the Israeli regime Forces’ 11-day bombardment campaign, health officials have recently expressed fear that the effects of thousands of Palestinians crowding into shelters for safety from the airstrikes was becoming apparent as coronavirus cases appeared to surge in the besieged territory.