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For the first time since 2007, a humanitarian convoy of the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) successfully crossed from Egypt into the Gaza Strip Wednesday , carrying enough food to feed around 150,000 people for five days.
After a seven-hour drive from Alexandria – where the food was procured – across the Sinai Peninsula, WFP’s trucks arrived at the Rafah crossing. The convoy of 18
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech tried to create political and military victory in order not to give his opponents a chance to criticize him and to deceive the public, Israeli paper reported.
"I expected that Netanyahu would be more direct and to explain the strategic aspects that he faced in Gaza; he should have said it was possible to extinguish Hamas but the price would be too high,
Israeli occupation forces(IOF) detained on Thursday at dawn 13 Palestinians in a wide-ranging campaign of raids across the West Bank and Jerusalem .
Israeli army claimed that most of the detainees were affiliated belong to Hamas they were referred to security centers for interrogation.
In Bethlehem , the IOF detained two citizens after raiding their homes , in addition to one Palestinain from Nabl
The vice president of Hamas Political bureau, Mossa Abu Marzouq arrives Gaza later today Thursday as scheduled .
Abo Marzouq posted on his Twitter account, " I'm on my way to Gaza the place of victory, honor and pride. Gaza dedicates its steadfastness to the Islamic Omaa " Nation" who waits for its near victory ".
Abu Marzouq participated ,as a member in the united Pa
A Palestinian youth was moderately injured Wednesday after being run over by an Israeli settler in the occupied West Bank, eyewitnesses said.
Spokesman of Popular Committee Against the Wall and Settlement, Mohamed Awad, said that Montaser al-Heroob,25, was walking on the entrance to the Beit Ummar town, north of Hebron, when a settler deliberately ran him over.
Medical sources pointed out th
Palestinian Resistance Movement "Hamas" said Monday at dawn that nothing new about the ceasefire in the Gaza Strip.
Member of Hamas political bureau Ezzat Resheq posted on his Facebook account: "There is nothing new about the ceasefire, and if there is any development, we will announce it."
At least 2123 Palestinians have been killed and more than 10,000 others injured in more
Director of the border crossings, Maher Abu Sabha, said that the work in the Rafah crossing will continue despite attacking its halls and vicinity at Monday by Israeli warplanes.
With its current status, it is difficult to continue to provide services to the citizens in the Rafah crossing because of the attack, Abu Sabha said.
Israeli warplanes shelled areas in the vicinity of Rafah crossing in th
At least 89 entire families have been killed in Gaza since Israel started its military campaign, Palestinian health officials said. The Judeh family, a woman and her four children, died after an airstrike hit their house reportedly without warning.
The incident happened in Tel Azatar, in the northern part of the Gaza strip and the family of five was killed instantly, after the Israeli Forces launched their attack.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan yesterday visited a number of injured Palestinians who are receiving treatment in Ankara.
Several Turkish officials accompanied Erdogan's in his visit, which lasted for two hours. Erdogan was updated on the health conditions of the Palestinians, who were wounded in the Israeli war on the Gaza Strip and transported by the Turkish ministry of health for treatment in Tu
a9-month old Shouq Abu Hashish inhaled poisonous gas when her home was bombed by an Israeli missile in Beit Hanoun in the northern Gaza strip.
Her mother, Mona Hashish, 27, explained: " the Israeli military hit our neighbor's house, so we fled to a near UN shelter. However, the bombing continued and the military threw a gas bomb at our place. "
6 days after fleeing to the UN shelter,
Schools are to open Sunday morning to 700,000 Palestinian students in the West Bank while Gaza students will not be able to go to school due to the ongoing Israeli offensive.
Minister of Education and Higher Education Khawla Shakhshir said that 500,000 students in the Gaza Strip are not able to start their school year. The ministry said the school year in Gaza will start as soon as the Israeli aggression has
Israeli warplanes bombed Sunday at night a commercial compound in Rafah city in the southern Gaza Strip.
Our correspondent said that the warplanes launched 4 rockets at least at the compound causing the building to collapse and sending a huge ball of fire and a black cloud of smoke into the air.
As a result, Three were slightly injured and transferred to Abu Youef al-Najjar hospital.
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a17 Palestinians were injured Saturday after Israeli warplanes bombed and leveled a 14-story building in Gaza.
The building includes 44 apartment in which hundreds of Palestinians reside.
According to the Ministry of Health, 17 Palestinians, most of them are children, were injured as aresult of the air strike.
At least 2105 Palestinians have been killed and more than 10,000
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Saturday called for resuming indirect negotiations between Israel and Palestinian factions for reaching a durable ceasefire in the Gaza Strip.
The call came following a meeting between Abbas and Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi in Cairo.
"I agreed with President al-Sisi on the need to invite negotiators to resume the negotiations as s
General Director of the Arab Organization for Human Rights in Britain, Mohammed Jamil , said that “He began prosecuting the "Zionist Federation", which stands behind the campaign of collecting donations for the” Israeli” army”
Widespread anger is sweeping the Arab and Muslim community and all the British parties who oppose Israel's crimes as a result of the announcement that w
Sina Institute at Birzeit University, with the Centre for Cultural Heritage Preservation (CCHP) and University of Trento from Italy through its spin-off company OKKAM s.r.l, have deployed an innovative and pioneering electronic tourist guide for heritage sites in Bethlehem, using QR technologies. The initiative is part of the EU FP7 funded SIERA project.
The goal of the initiative is to enhance the experience of P
Stephen Hawking's decision to boycott the Israeli president's conference has gone viral. Over 100,000 Facebook shares of the Guardian report at last count. Whatever the subsequent fuss, Hawking's letter is unequivocal. His refusal was made because of requests from Palestinian academics.
Witness the speed with which the pro-Israel lobby seized on Cambridge University's initial false claim that he ha
Story About The War On Gaza
Written By: Husam Mo. Shehada
This is not a news dingy or a clumsy report, here we do not write to be paid for writing, but we do write what we see, here is a letter under the sky of Gaza
The door evaporated and becomes dust, but the child crams his soft body in a slot between the sky and the rubble,
Houses Destroyed While Residents inside; Palestinian Deaths Rise to 22, Including 6 Children 3 Women, and 255 Wounded, Including 107 Children and 64 Women; and 29 Houses Destroyed
In the course of the Israeli offensive on the Gaza Strip that has been ongoing for the second consecutive, Israeli warplanes and gunboats launched intensive attacks throughout the Gaza Strip, targeting houses, civilian facilities, member
By Doug Bandow
much about the Obama administration’s foreign policy has been an embarrassment. Some of its failures, such as Iraq, must be shared with its predecessor. In Egypt President Barack Obama and especially Secretary of State John Kerry incompetently followed in the footsteps of several administrations.
Three years ago Hosni Mubarak’s dictatorship ing