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Gestern haben Sanitäter mit der Familie der in der vergangenen Woche erschossenen Sanitäterin Razan al-Najjar einen Marsch entlang der Ostgrenze von Gaza durchgeführt. - 9. 6. 2018 - Die 21-Jährige wurde getötet, als israelische Truppen in der Nähe des Zauns östlich von Khan Younis das Feuer auf Dutzende von Demonstranten eröffneten. Al-Najjar kümmerte sich um verwundete Demonstranten.

Ihre Mutter Sabreen erklärte, warum sie an der Demonstration teilnahm. "Für mich ist hierher zu kommen mächtiger als Worte." Ich bin gekommen, um die Mission meiner Tochter zu erfüllen...... Wir werden unermüdlich weiterarbeiten, bis die ganze Welt unsere Botschaft bekommt."    >>>

 

 

Razan al-Najjar’s mother returns to the Great Return March to continue her daughter’s mission
 

 

 


What does the IDF have to hide about the Gaza killings?
- Haggai Matar - 16. 6. 2018 - The Israeli army is claiming that at least 12 of the 60 Palestinians it killed in Gaza on Monday were attacking soldiers when they were shot, but it refuses to answer why it killed the other 48. (Updated below.)

Mourners carry the body of 15-year old Palestinian Jamal Afana, during his funeral in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, on May 13, 2018. Jamal who was shot in the head by Israeli forces near Rafah in southern Gaza on May 11, succumbed to his wounds the next day. (Abed Rahim Khatib/ Flash90)

Israeli soldiers killed 60 Palestinian protesters on Monday in Gaza’s bloodiest day since the 2014 war. Over the course of the last month and half, the IDF killed an additional 49 Palestinian protesters in Gaza, and wounded thousands more with live fire.

In late march, just hours after Israeli snipers killed 17 protesters on the first day of the Gaza Return March, the IDF Spokesperson tweeted: “Nothing was carried out uncontrolled; everything was accurate and measured, and we know where every bullet landed.”

The tweet was later deleted, perhaps because of requests form journalists that the army explain specific bullets — for example, the one that struck and killed an unarmed man running away from the border fence, or the killing of journalists Yaser Murtaja and Ahmed Abu Hussein — that the army could not, or would not, explain.  >>>
 

 

 

 

 


Four more Palestinians are killed, as Israeli snipers shoot 117 at Gaza border
- Kate - June 9, 2018 - Health ministry: ‘Israel soldiers killed 4 Palestinians, injured 686, in Gaza’

The Palestinian Health Ministry in Gaza has confirmed that Israeli soldiers killed four Palestinians, including one child, and injured 618 others, including five journalists, 26 children and 14 women, and added that 117 of the wounded were shot with live fire, among them eight who suffer very serious injuries.

The Health Ministry said a Palestinian, identified as Ziad Jadallah al-Breem, 27, was killed by Israeli army fire east of Khuza‘a town, east of Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip. The army also killed a Palestinian child, identified as Haitham Mohammad Khalil al-Jamal, 15, from Rafah, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip. It added that the soldiers also killed Emad Nabil Abu Drabi, 26, near the Great Return Camp, east of Jabalia, in northern Gaza. In addition, the soldiers killed Yousef al-Faseeh, 29, with live fire, east of Gaza City.

Dr. Ashraf al-Qedra, the spokesperson of the Health Ministry in the Gaza Strip, said the soldiers shot at least 92 Palestinians with live fire, and 19 others who were injured by shrapnel from the bullets. He added that the army also shot five journalists, including Mohammad al-Baba, who works for the French Press Agency and was injured with a live round in his thigh. Dr. al-Qedra also stated that among the wounded Palestinians are 26 children and 14 women. The rest of the injured Palestinians suffered cuts and bruises, in addition to the severe effects of teargas inhalation. One of the wounded Palestinians was directly shot with a high-velocity gas bomb in his upper jaw that settled in his mouth, moderately wounding him and causing him to suffer the severe effects of teargas inhalation.

It is worth mentioning that thousands of Palestinians have participated in the Great Return March protests, Friday, in several areas in the coastal region. In a statement, Dr. al-Qedra said the soldiers have killed 127 Palestinians, and injured 14700 others, including women, children, medics and journalists, in the Gaza Strip, since the beginning of the Great Return March on Palestinian Land, on March 30th, 2018.
http://imemc.org/article/three-palestinians-killed-on-gaza-border-over-500-injured/

Mother of shot Gaza medic: ‘She thought the white coat would protect her’
KHUZA‘A, Gaza (The Guardian) 8 June by Olive Holmes & Hazem Balousha — Gaza’s medics have fine-tuned tactics on how to work in the line of fire without being shot by Israeli snipers. They wear white jackets with reflective, high-visibility stripes. Teams move slowly and deliberately towards casualties with their hands raised above their heads, past piles of burning tyres and plumes of white teargas smoke. As they approach the metal fence, they come within speaking distance of troops on the other side. They shout out in unison: “Don’t shoot. There are wounded.” They believe there is no way that anyone might misidentify them in Gaza’s open fields, but medical workers across the coastal strip – which Israel occupied for 38 years until 2005 and over which it enforces a strict land and naval blockade – are coming to the same terrifying conclusion. The strategy is not working. Razan al-Najjar, a volunteer health worker, took all the precautions, her colleagues say, but she was still killed when she was struck in the chest by a bullet last Friday. The 21-year-old was the second medic to be killed in a 10-week Palestinian demonstration movement, and Gaza’s ministry of health says 25 others have been hit with live fire. Faris al-Qidra, who was on shift with Najjar when she died, said she and four others had gone to rescue a man hit in the face with a teargas canister 20 metres from the perimeter. “He was crying out ‘help me,’” the 31-year-old paramedic said, adding that Najjar was always ready to go forward, even when soldiers fired warning shots. “The soldiers usually scream for us to go back,” he said …
Sabrine believes her daughter was targeted. She held up Razan’s jacket, which was once white but it now brownish with dried blood. “Palestinian Medical Relief Society” is written on the back and a small bullet hole is visible. “This was the weapon she had,” said Sabrine. “This was her terrorist badge,” she said, showing her daughter’s medical ID. “These were her explosives,” she added, pulling out bandages Razan kept in her pockets. “She was close enough to talk to the soldiers. Does she look like a terrorist?”….
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/jun/08/mother-shot-gaza-medic-razan-al-najjar-white-coat-strategy

Israeli army frames slain medic Razan al-Najjar as ‘Hamas human shield’
Mondoweiss 7 June by Jonathan Ofir — Just when you thought Israel couldn’t get any lower… The Israeli army has just released an incitement video, titled “Hamas’ use of human shields must stop”, in which it frames the slain medic Razan al-Najjar as a “Hamas human shield”– a day after it claimed she was killed by accident. This is more than adding insult to injury. This is adding malice to crime. The propaganda effort is based on twisting al-Najjar’s own words. I have consulted with three Arabic experts, who have looked at the original Arabic interview from which the IDF took the “human shield” text, and it is clear to them beyond a doubt that the IDF was knowingly and cynically manipulating Razan’s words to mean something other than what she said. Bear with me, this requires close analysis: First the video features Razan throwing away a gas grenade in the field. Obviously, this is one of the tear gas grenades fired by the Israeli army, which she is taking up and throwing to a safe distance. By this visual, the IDF is trying to create the impression that Razan is a kind of ‘combatant’. Then comes the short clip from an interview. The original interview has been found to be from Al Mayadeen News, a channel based in Beirut. The IDF video runs subtitles, saying: “I am Razan al-Najjar, I am here on the frontlines and I act as a human shield…” That’s all the IDF needs. Now, with the ominous music in the background, the IDF text states: “Hamas uses paramedics as human shields”. But the IDF cut out a very significant part of the sentence. Razan actually says: “I the Paramedic Razan al-Najjar, I am here on the Front Line acting as a human shield of safety to protect the injured at the Front Line. No one encouraged me on being a Paramedic, I encouraged myself. I wanted to take chances and help people…” (my emphasis)….   >>>

 

 

 


Israeli drones drop Ra madan blessings leaflet on Gaza
– before four more are killed - Ahmad Kabariti - June 9, 2018 - Four Palestinian protesters were killed and hundreds others wounded by Israeli sharpshooters during the eleventh weekly protests along the Gaza – Israel fence, the Gaza Ministry of Health reported.

The ministry said a total of 618 people were wounded yesterday. Seven are in serious condition and 120 were struck by live fire at the protest over the course of the bloody day.

At least 122 unarmed protesters have been killed and close to 3,800 have been wounded by Israeli army fire since the marches began March 30.

mong those injured were an AFP photographer, Mohamed al-Baba, shot in his foot, a second unidentified photographer working for al-Aqsa Radio and a 23-year-old protester who was on life support after a gas canister hit his face.

Four Palestinian protesters were killed and hundreds others wounded by Israeli sharpshooters during the eleventh weekly protests along the Gaza – Israel fence, the Gaza Ministry of Health reported.

The ministry said a total of 618 people were wounded yesterday. Seven are in serious condition and 120 were struck by live fire at the protest over the course of the bloody day.

At least 122 unarmed protesters have been killed and close to 3,800 have been wounded by Israeli army fire since the marches began March 30.

Among those injured were an AFP photographer, Mohamed al-Baba, shot in his foot, a second unidentified photographer working for al-Aqsa Radio and a 23-year-old protester who was on life support after a gas canister hit his face.  >>>
 


Was man nicht sieht, gibt es nicht?
Israelische Soldaten töten gezielt Pressefotografen.



 


Gaza-Berichterstattung: Höhepunkt des politischen Zynismus
- 19.05.2018 - Angesichts des Massakers der schießwütigen israelischen Soldateska vor dem sogenannten "israelischen Grenzzaun" letzten Montag haben deutsche Politiker und Medien wieder einmal total versagt.

Deren scheinheilige Verteidigung des bewundernswerten "Judenstaats", der angeblich "einzigen Demokratie" im Nahen Osten, die nichts Böses tun kann, war der vorläufige Höhepunkt des politischen Zynismus, wie aus den vom israelischen Professor Moshe Zuckermann geschilderten realen Verhältnissen im Apartheidstaat Israel deutlich wird. - Rainer Rupp

Wenn vor dem Hintergrund der allein am letzten Montag mit gezielten Schüssen getöteten 52 palästinensischen Jugendlichen und der über 1.200 zum Teil schwerverletzten Menschen verharmlosend von "gewalttätigen Auseinandersetzungen" gesprochen wird, als hätte es sich um eine 1.-Mai-Demo in Berlin gehandelt, dann ist das eine ungeheuerliche Beleidigung der unterdrückten und künstlich im Elend gehalten Menschen im Freiluftkerker Gaza.

Tatsächlich steht die deutsche Propagandapresse in ihrer Berichterstattung der menschenverachtenden Erklärung zum gleichen Anlass von Präsident Trumps Schwiegersohn und Sonderbeauftragten für Israel, Jared Kushner, kaum nach. Der glühende Zionist und enge Freund des israelischen Ministerpräsidenten Benjamin gab am Rande der Festlichkeiten zur Eröffnung der neuen US-Botschaft in Jerusalem mit einer "Logik" vom Feinsten den ermordeten und zu Krüppeln geschossenen Palästinensern selbst die Schuld; O-Ton Kushner:

"Wie wir aus den Protesten des letzten Monats und auch heute gesehen haben, sind diese provozierenden Gewalttaten Teil des Problems und nicht Teil der Lösung."
Mehr lesen:Israel rechtfertigt Tötung von Palästinensern: "Wir können nicht alle Leute ins Gefängnis stecken"

Nach jedem Massaker an geknechteten Arbeiter in den hochprofitablen Goldminen Südafrikas, die es gewagt hatten, zu streiken, oder an demonstrierenden Schülern und Studenten waren die Ermordeten selbst Schuld. Sie hätten sich eben ruhig verhalten sollen. Das ist die Logik von Faschisten und Rassisten. Und mit denen kennt sich die aus dem Kampf gegen das Apartheidregime siegreich hervorgegangene Regierung des befreiten Südafrika besonders gut aus. Anlässlich der jüngsten israelischen Massenmorde in Gaza zogen die Südafrikaner Klartext der ziselierten Diplomatensprache vor.

Anders als die deutschen Linken hat auch der Chef der britische Oppositionspartei Labour Jeremy Corbyn nicht gezögert, die Massaker an Unbewaffneten als Massaker zu bezeichnen und die Täter beim Namen zu nennen, auch wenn sie Israelis sind. Welch ein erbärmliches Bild boten dagegen die deutschen Linken.  >>>
 



 


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Freedom Flotilla: Meet the 85-year-old woman trying to break the Gaza siege
- 4 June, 2018 - Among the Freedom Flotilla family, which seeks to deliver aid to the besieged Gaza Strip, is an 85-year-old American woman who flew all the way from California to a port in Scandinavia to assert her solidarity with Palestine.

Barbara, a doctor, became immersed in the Palestinian cause nearly 10 years ago after familiarising herself with brutal Israeli occupation. Before that, she specialised in obstetrics in the United States and volunteered in various Latin American countries with her husband.

"I arrived from California on May 17 to join the Freedom Flotilla team, with dozens of different nationalities, I am the mother of many children and the grandmother of many more, but above all, I am a human being. We are facing a humanitarian catastrophe in Gaza," she told The New Arab.

"People in the United States show little regard for what's going on outside the country, and I'm never impressed by my country's policy in the Arab region," she said.

For Barbara, Palestine is a humanitarian issue above anything else and believes anyone who has the ability to help Palestinians suffering under apartheid, a brutal occupation and a crippling siege has the responsibility to do so.

"The issue of Palestine should be one that the whole of humanity becomes responsible for. Every human being who sees themselves as part of humanity has the responsibility to do anything for this symbolic issue to highlight the absence of justice. People must strive to recapture even just a small part of that lost justice in the siege of a people in a large prison, Gaza."

Breaking the siege

The four-strong Freedom Flotilla fleet set sail late last month for the Gaza Strip to challenge Israel's decade-old blockade of the besieged territory.

The al-Awda, Arabic for 'The Return', vessel set sail a week ago from Norway and linked up with three other boats in Copenhagen, Denmark, on Sunday, before beginning a tour of European ports which will end in the Gaza Strip.

The boat was named to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Nakba, or Catastrophe, in which more than 700,000 Palestinians fled or were forcibly expelled from their homes during the establishment of the Israeli state.

This year's freedom flotilla comes just weeks after Israeli forces opened fire on demonstrators in Gaza protesting for the right of return, killing more than 60.

"The blockade of Gaza is in its 11th year. It is such a gross violation of international law that it can be characterised as a crime against humanity," participant Mikkel Grüner, a Danish national who is city councillor in Bergen, Norway, said.

Volunteers are joining the multinational fleet for different legs of the journey, with a select group assigned to participate in the final run to Gaza.  >>>
 


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 11. 6. 2018



 


Friedensprozess ohne Lösung - Gastkommentar: Palästinenser sind am Tiefpunkt angekommen
- Seit Monaten protestieren die Bewohner von Gaza gegen ihre ausweglose Situation. Doch die Palästinenser haben längst jeden Fürsprecher verloren, meint Bettina Marx von der Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung in Ramallah.

Noch nie war die Lage der Palästinenser so aussichtslos wie derzeit. 70 Jahre nach der Staatsgründung Israels und 51 Jahre nach dem Sechstage-Krieg, in dem Israel sich die palästinensischen Gebiete im Westjordanland und in Gaza angeeignet hat, stehen sie buchstäblich vor dem Nichts. Alle Hoffnungen auf einen eigenen Staat haben sich nicht erfüllt. Der sogenannte Friedensprozess, der vor 25 Jahren mit den Oslo-Verträgen begonnen hat, muss inzwischen als gescheitert angesehen werden. Der ehemalige israelische Ministerpräsident Ariel Sharon hatte ihn schon im Januar 2001 für tot erklärt. Heute scheut sich sein Nachfolger, Regierungschef Benjamin Netanjahu, nicht mehr, die dem Friedensprozess zu Grunde liegende Idee der Schaffung eines palästinensischen Staates an der Seite Israels offen abzulehnen. Bei seinem kürzlichen Besuch in Berlin leugnete er sogar, dass Israel die palästinensischen Gebiete überhaupt besetze. Vor der Presse sagte er, Abraham sei schon vor 4000 Jahren in das Land zwischen Mittelmeer und Jordan gekommen und habe damit den jüdischen Anspruch begründet. Nur zufällig hielten sich in seinem Land auch Palästinenser auf.

Bittere Folgen für die Palästinenser
- Doch so bizarr diese Auffassung klingen mag, für die Palästinenser hat sie bittere Folgen. Denn sie bedeutet, dass ihre Existenz von Israel nur geduldet wird, dass ihre Ansprüche auf ihre Heimat, auf Gleichberechtigung und nationale Selbstbestimmung von Israel nicht anerkannt werden. Ihr im Völkerrecht verbriefter Widerstand gegen die Besatzung wird von Israel als illegitimer Aufstand gegen die rechtmäßigen Herren des Landes und als Terrorismus angesehen und entsprechend verfolgt. Die israelischen Gefängnisse sind voll von Palästinensern, die sich nicht unter das israelische Joch beugen wollen. Selbst Minderjährige werden vor die Militärgerichte gestellt, die mit einer Verurteilungsquote von fast 100 Prozent aufwarten können. Jede Nacht durchstreifen schwer bewaffnete Militärpatrouillen die besetzten Gebiete, reißen Familien aus den Betten, fotografieren Jugendliche, um sie später als Steinewerfer identifizieren zu können und verhaften junge Männer und zunehmend auch Frauen.

Selbst Ramallah, die Stadt, in der die palästinensische Autonomiebehörde ihren Sitz hat und die nach den Oslo-Verträgen unter ausschließlicher palästinensischer Verwaltung und Sicherheitskontrolle steht, bleibt nicht verschont von diesen nächtlichen Razzien. In den Dörfern des Westjordanlandes, dort wo die Palästinenser seit Beginn des Friedensprozesses immer mehr Land an die Siedler verlieren, dort, wo ihnen der Zugang zu ihren Feldern und Brunnen verwehrt wird, werden Jugendliche, die gegen die Besatzungsarmee aufbegehren, verhaftet oder erschossen. Am Rand des Gazastreifens wurden bei den Protesten der vergangenen Wochen mehr als 100 Menschen von israelischen Scharfschützen getötet. Unter den Opfern waren auch Behinderte, Journalisten, Sanitäter und Kinder. Israel habe genug Kugeln für jeden Demonstranten, sagte der Likud-Abgeordnete Avi Dichter. Und die Armee twitterte, man reagiere akkurat und maßvoll und wisse genau, wo jede Kugel lande.  >>>
 


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Israeli Soldiers Conduct A Limited Invasion Into Central Gaza  >>>

 

We are all accomplices to Israel's massacre in Gaza  >>>

 

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Ramallah Protesters Demand PA to Cancel Sanctions on Gaza  >>>

 

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11. 6. 2018

 

Over 309 Administrative Detention Orders Issued Since February  >>>

 

Israeli drones drop Ramadan blessings leaflet on Gaza-- before four more are killed  >>>

 

Israeli drones burn tires, protest camps in southern Gaza  >>>

 

Gaza’s health sector near collapse  >>>

 

Army Abducts 14 Palestinians, Including Three Siblings, In West Bank  >>>

 

Army Attacks Palestinian Medics In Bethlehem  >>>

 

Military Order says Palestinians Have 96 Hours to Appeal House Demolition  >>>

 

Bearing witness to the routine violence of occupation  >>>

 

If Trump talks with North Korea, why boycott Hamas  >>>

 

10. 6. 2018

 

The beautiful game: a history of whitewashing international crimes  >>>

 

'The power we have, even mountains can’t break down': In memory of Razan al-Najjar >>>

 

Military Order says Palestinians Have 96 Hours to Appeal House Demolition  >>>

 

Israeli Forces Assault Medics near Bethlehem  >>>

 

NGOs Call on Israel to Halt the Demolition and Forcible Transfer of Bedouins at Khan al Ahmar  >>>

 

Army Injures A Child In Hebron, Causes Damage To Homes  >>>

 

Friday- Israeli Soldiers Killed Four Palestinians Including Child, Injured 618, In Gaza  >>>

 

Israeli Forces Attack Palestinians Traveling to Al-Aqsa through Qalandia Checkpoint  >>>

 

LGBTQ activists block Tel Aviv Pride March- 'There is no pride in occupation'  >>>

 

‘New York Times’ teams up with Israel to smear slain medic Razzan al-Najjar as ‘complex,’ not innocent  >>>

 

9. 6. 2018

 

Vier Palästinenser im Gazastreifen von israelischen Soldaten erschossen  >>>

 

Das IKRK verstärkt im Gaza-Streifen seine Präsenz und baut eine neue Spitalabteilung auf.  >>>

 

'NY Times' columnists have lined up behind Gaza massacre  >>>

 

We Must Speak Up Against Israel's Slaughter in Gaza  >>>

 

Three Palestinians Killed on Gaza Border, Over 500 Injured  >>>

 

Army Drone Drops Firebombs At Protest Tents In Rafah  >>>

 

‘The power we have, even mountains can’t break down’: In memory of Razan al-Najjar  >>>

 

Israeli Forces Attack Palestinians Traveling to Al-Aqsa through Qalandia Checkpoint    >>>

 

PCHR Weekly Report On Israeli Human Rights Violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (31 May – 06 June 2018)  >>>

 

8. 6. 2018



Beredtes Schweigen: Palästina und die Osnabrücker Delegation in Israel  >>>

 

Märchenstunde in der Welt:
Israel geht mit Terroristen noch zurückhaltend um
Von Gunnar Heinsohn  >>>

Was zwei Verbrecher sagten:
("Eine Lüge muss nur oft genug wiederholt werden. Dann wird sie geglaubt." Joseph Goebbels (angeblich))

"Man ging dabei von dem sehr richtigen Grundsatze aus, daß in der Größe der Lüge immer ein gewisser Faktor des Geglaubtwerdens liegt, da die große Masse des Volkes bei der primitivsten Einfalt ihres Gemütes einer großen Lüge leichter zum Opfer fällt als einer kleinen".
A.H.: Mein Kampf, S. 252

 

Israeli forces seal front door to Palesitnian home in Hebron, detain family inside  >>>

 

Army Abducts Two Palestinians, Search Homes And Confiscate Property In Hebron  >>>

 

Israeli police attack Palestinians at Al-Aqsa Mosque as Israelis tour the site  >>>

 

Activists disrupt Israeli ambassador in Chicago  >>>

 

7. 6. 2018

 

‘I’m an Islamophobe’ and ‘Arabs lie’ – former chief of Israeli Government Press Office  >>>

 

Cal State, East Bay student govt unanimously passes BDS resolution  >>>

 

‘How do you expect the young to forget?’: a visit to Shatila refugee camp  >>>

 


Plusieurs centaines de manifestants aux abords du Grand Palais mardi soir
Malgré la fermeture de bon nombre de stations de métro, dont Champs Elysées Clémenceau, Franklin-Roosevelt, Miromesnil, Concorde, plusieurs centaines de manifestants sont parvenus mardi soir aux abords du Grand Palais ou était reçu le criminel de guerre Netanyahou par Macron.  >>>
 


BDS : le match Israël/Argentine en passe d’être annulé !   >>>

 

The unwarranted presumption of Israeli soldier innocence in the killing of Palestinian medic Razan al-Najjar  >>>

 

Updated- Israeli Soldiers Kill A Palestinian Near Ramallah  >>>

 

Army Abducts Twelve Palestinians, Injure Many, In The West Bank  >>>

 

PCHR- “Israeli Supreme Court Issues Decision to Demolish Khan Al-Ahmar Bedouin Community, East of Jerusalem"  >>>

 

6. 6. 2018

 

Nach Protesten- Argentinien sagt WM-Testspiel in Jerusalem ab   >>>

 

Norway gives “green light” to boycotts of Israel’s settlements  >>>

 

MOFA- Netanyahu’s lies dispelled by the crimes of the occupation and settlers  >>>

 

Israeli Forces Expel Jordan Valley Families  >>>

 

The most radical thing you can say in Israel  >>>

 

WATCH- What do Israelis think of the violence in Gaza  >>>

 

Democratic leaders grow fearful that Israel will divide the party  >>>

 

Palestinian Activist says Israeli Soldiers Threatened to Kill Him  >>>

 

Israel Claims Arrest of Cell Intending to Assassinate Netanyahu  >>>

 

Army Attacks Many Palestinians, Abduct Fifteen, in Al-Aqsa Mosque  >>>

 

Israeli Soldiers Abduct Fourteen Palestinians In The West Bank  >>>

 

Family Officially Informed About Their Son’s Death By Army Fire  >>>

 

GMO- 125 Violations against Palestinian Journalists in May  >>>

 

Israel orders evacuation of 5 families in Jordan Valley for military exercises  >>>

 

"National security" cited as reason Al Jazeera nixed Israel lobby film  >>>

 

5. 6. 2018

 

Israelische Soldaten erschießen bewaffneten Palästinenser  >>>

 

Israeli Soldiers Kill A Palestinian In Gazaa  >>>

 

After killing Palestinian teen, two Israeli soldiers will walk free  >>>

 

Save the Children- Gaza children on brink of mental health crisis  >>>

 

Photo Essay: Gaza buries medic Razan Ashraf Al-Najjar, 21, killed by Israeli sniper  >>>

 

Detainee Al Tamimi’s Health Seriously Deteriorates in Israeli Custody  >>>

 

IDF refuses to say what it's doing to avoid killing more journalists  >>>

 

Settlers Take Over House in Hebron’s Old City District  >>>

 

Heralded by Palestinians as ‘angel’ and ‘merciful martyr,’ Razan Al-Najjar is an afterthought in western press  >>>

 

Israel has shot 29 medics at Gaza border, killing two  >>>

 

GMO- 125 Violations against Palestinian Journalists in May  >>>

 

Digging Resumed at Ancient Palestinian Cemetery in East Jerusalem  >>>

 

How to tell when defending Israel is actually racist  >>>

 

4. 6. 2018


Palästina und Arabische Liga kritisieren USA wegen gescheiterter UN-Resolutiona  >>>

 

Activist Who Filmed Fatal Shooting of Hebron Man Detained by Israeli Forces  >>>

 

Israel Collected 100.000 Shekels In Fines From Palestinian Children In May  >>>

 

Israel Starts Expanding An Illegal Colony Near Hebron  >>>

 

Israeli Soldiers, Colonialist Settlers, Injure Six Palestinians, Including An Elderly Man, Near Nablus  >>>

 

 

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