Tag: Gaza

Gaza death toll expected to surpass 30,000 as Israel prepares to attack Rafah | Gaza

The death toll in Gaza is expected to surpass the grim 30,000 mark this week, as negotiators attempt to reach a ceasefire deal and release of hostages, and the Israeli government continues its attack plans on Rafah. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu summoned the war cabinet on Saturday evening for a…

Israeli army targets Palestinian police providing aid to Gaza | Israel’s war against Gaza

The United States has called on Israel to stop attacking Palestinian police officers in Gaza. US President Joe Biden’s administration has called on Israel to stop attacking Palestinian police officers in the besieged Gaza Strip. The demand comes as the Israeli army destroys infrastructure from north to south, including hospitals,…

Watching the watchdogs: Biden, the US media and Arab-American political power | Israel’s war against Gaza

Arab and Muslim Americans and about 60% of all Americans have for months wanted U.S. President Joe Biden to pressure Israel to agree to an immediate ceasefire in the war on Gaza. The White House virtually ignored them. Arab and Muslim Americans have therefore decided to flex their political muscle…

What happens when Gaza’s health system collapses? | Israel’s war against Gaza

Gaza’s medical infrastructure was woefully inadequate, but even today it has been destroyed by the Israeli war. The Nasser Hospital in Khan Younis was the last major medical facility in the Gaza Strip destroyed by the Israeli war. The World Health Organization says Israel killed 627 doctors, nurses, ambulance drivers…

With all eyes on Gaza, Israel accelerates demolitions of Palestinian homes | Occupied East Jerusalem News

Occupied East Jerusalem – Fakhri Abu Diab had no time to pack his belongings when Israeli authorities arrived at his door in occupied East Jerusalem on February 14. The police first evicted his family, then ordered the bulldozer to demolish his house. “All my memories were in this house,” said…

Fears of famine grow in Gaza as aid agencies suspend deliveries

JERUSALEM — As crowds of hungry people crowded around a food distribution point in Rafah, Gaza’s southernmost city, Magdy Hussein stood patiently in line, a dignified figure amid the chaos. His wait proved in vain: the food ran out before he reached the front. “For the love of God, every…

Indonesian Foreign Minister on the path to democracy in occupied Palestine and Indonesia | Israel’s war against Gaza

Retno Marsudi discusses the ICJ case on Israel’s occupation of Palestine and addresses Indonesia’s democracy concerns. Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi discusses her country’s position before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) regarding Israel’s occupation of Palestine in the context of the Gaza conflict. Highlighting Indonesia’s advocacy for Palestinian rights…

Latest news on the Israel-Hamas war and updates on the Gaza conflict

The United States and Britain carried out new strikes against Houthi targets in Yemen on Saturday evening, US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said in a statement, marking the largest military action against the militant group in weeks . The strikes were launched shortly before midnight local time, with support from…

An Israeli delegation expected in Qatar for new negotiations on Gaza | Israel’s War on Gaza News

The deal’s framework calls for a six-week pause in fighting that could lead to an exchange of captives and an increase in aid. An Israeli delegation is expected soon in Qatar to continue negotiations on a pause in the war against Gaza which could allow the release of captives. The…

Israel’s War on Gaza: List of Key Events, Day 142 | Palestinian Authority News

No let-up in Israeli bombings in central and southern Gaza, while Israel uses famine as a weapon of war. Here’s how things go on Sunday, February 25, 2024: No respite in Israeli attack A two-month-old baby, named Mahmoud Fattouh, died of malnutrition at al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Wafa news…