Who’s Afraid of Hamas Summer Camps? | Children’s rights

Whos Afraid of Hamas Summer Camps Childrens rights

Recently, Lawrence J Haas of the American Foreign Policy Council took to the pages of Newsweek to publish a dangerous phenomenon: “Western Silence as Gaza Summer Camps Train Future Terrorists”. According to Haas — whose panties have been propelled into a vast forest by the (hallucinated) idea that Western media and academia are obsessed with … Read more

Ismail Haniya re-elected as leader of Palestinian group Hamas | Election News

Ismail Haniya re elected as leader of Palestinian group Hamas

Haniya, Hamas chief since 2017, was re-elected to a four-year term after internal elections without opposition from party members. Ismail Haniya has been re-elected as leader of the Palestinian group Hamas, officials said, strengthening his control over the organization that rules the besieged Gaza Strip. Haniya, Hamas chief since 2017, has largely controlled the group’s … Read more

Video: For the first time in Gaza, the iPhone 12 Pro Max is gold-plated, and this is its prize!

Video For the first time in Gaza the iPhone 12

This evening, Wednesday, social media circulated a video clip of the iPhone 12 Pro Max in 24-karat gold, as this marks the phone’s first time in the Gaza Strip. The price of the iPhone 12 Pro Max made of gold (24 karat) in the Gaza Strip was 11,500 shekels, equivalent to about 3,500 US dollars. … Read more

Israel Attacks Targets in Gaza Strip

Israel Attacks Targets in Gaza Strip

AFPOn Monday evening, Israeli warplanes launched several airstrikes on targets in the Gaza Strip after launching incendiary balloons from the Strip, causing fires near the envelope, Israel announced.Gaza security sources said Israeli warplanes fired at least two rockets into farmland in the northern Gaza Strip, while four other rockets were fired at a Palestinian faction … Read more

Israel cuts Gaza’s fishing zone by half after blazing balloon fires

Israel cuts Gazas fishing zone by half after blazing balloon

Israel cut its fishing zone off Gaza by half on Sunday, defense officials said after incendiary balloons launched from the Palestinian enclave sparked fires in Israel. “It has been decided to reduce the fishing zone in the Gaza Strip from 12 nautical miles to six nautical miles,” said the Israeli Military Branch in charge of … Read more

Israel cuts Gaza fishing zone in half due to burning balloon fires | Gaza news

Why is South Korea developing an Israeli style Iron Dome

Israeli firefighters say they have extinguished forest fires at three points in a small area in the Eshkol region. Israel has halved its fishing zone off Gaza, defense officials said after incendiary balloons launched from the Palestinian enclave set fires in Israel. “It has been decided to reduce the fishing zone in the Gaza Strip … Read more

The ceasefire in Gaza is shaky and another war could be coming soon | Gaza

Why is South Korea developing an Israeli style Iron Dome

As soon as the 11-day Israeli war on Gaza ended in May, preparations began in Israel and in the strip for another confrontation. It was clear from the start that the ceasefire brokered by Egypt was fragile and would not last. The temporary truce was signed under pressure from the United States, but did not … Read more

Unwillingness and distrust determine the attitude of vaccines in Gaza | Gaza Coronavirus Pandemic News

Unwillingness and distrust determine the attitude of vaccines in Gaza

More than five months since the arrival of the first batch of COVID-19 shots in the Gaza Strip, the vaccine rollout in the besieged coastal enclave has been met with widespread mistrust and, in many cases, outright refusal. According to data from Gaza’s health ministry, some 98,000 people — or just under five percent of … Read more

Ex-UN chief of law leads investigation into Israeli, Palestinian abuses | Conflict news

Ex UN chief of law leads investigation into Israeli Palestinian abuses

Navi Pillay will lead an investigation into ‘systematic’ abuses in the occupied Palestinian territories and Israel. Former UN chief of rights Navi Pillay will lead the UN’s open-ended investigation into “systematic” abuses in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories, it has been announced. The president of the UN Human Rights Council said on Thursday that … Read more