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22 Palestinians injured in Israeli attack on Gaza naval march

Israeli soldiers have wounded at least 22 Palestinians in an attack on demonstrators that had gathered along Gaza’s territorial waters to stage a new protest against the Israeli occupation. The injuries took place on Monday afternoon, when hundreds of Palestinians participated in the 20th weekly naval march in the northern Gaza ...

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US seeks to whitewash terrorists’ gas attack in Syria: Russia

Russia has rejected fresh US accusations regarding a chemical weapons attack in Syria’s Aleppo, saying Washington is trying to whitewash terrorists’ gas attacks and distract public opinion from American crimes. US State Department deputy spokesman Robert Palladino claimed Friday that Moscow and Damascus were behind the Aleppo gas attack on November 24 and ...

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Israeli fire injures dozens of protesters in Gaza

More than 30 Palestinians have been injured by Israeli fire during protests along the border between the besieged Gaza Strip and the Israeli-occupied territories Ashraf al-Qedra, the spokesman for the Gaza Health Ministry, said the Israeli forces opened fire at Palestinians who gathered in the eastern part of Gaza Strip ...

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Israeli forces shoot, injure 28 Palestinian protesters in Gaza

Israeli forces have once again opened fire on Palestinians taking part in protests near the border between the besieged Gaza Strip and the Israeli-occupied territories, leaving at least 28 people wounded. The Gaza Health Ministry said the 28 people were hit with live ammunition in Gaza on Friday. Ashraf al-Qedra, ...

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Young Gazan man dies of injuries sustained in 2014 Israeli onslaught

A young Palestinian man has died more than four years after being injured in an Israeli aerial attack that targeted his family home in the besieged Gaza Strip. Palestinian medical sources, speaking on condition of anonymity, said on Wednesday that 25-year-old Iyad Yousef Suleiman, a local resident of the city of Jabalia which ...

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Amnesty urges revocation of Israeli cyber firm’s license over Pegasus spyware

Amnesty International has called on the Israeli ministry of military affairs to suspend the license of a cyber firm which was reportedly in talks with Saudi Arabia to sell super-stealth spyware to the country and amid revelations that the company’s software had been used in “a series of egregious human rights violations.”  Amnesty ...

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Israeli forces seal off Palestinian city of al-Khalil

Israeli forces block areas in the Palestinian city of al-Khalil on November 4, 2018. (Photo by Ma’an News Agency) Israel forces have closed off several areas of the West Bank city of al-Khalil (Hebron) under the pretext of marking an annual religious event, Palestinian media reports say. According to the Palestinian ...

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Golan Resists Judization: No for “Israel”

Local Editor Syria condemned the “illegal elections” being held by “Israel” for the first time in the occupied Golan Heights, as an attempt to assimilate the Druze minority, who for their part have largely refused to take part in the polls. Members of the Druze community residing under “Israeli” occupation ...

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“Israel” Kills Palestinian Kids for Their Organs

Belgian university lecturer and senior executive of one of Belgium’s main trade unions, Robrecht Vanderbeeken, reported that “Israel” poisons Palestinians and kills their children for their organs. Vanderbeeken’s column, repeating charges vehemently rejected by “Israel”, was published in August on the left-wing news site De Wereld Morgen. This week, the ...

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Is «Israel» Prepared for War?

Darko Lazar The appearance of cracks in the “Israeli” military’s armor can be traced back to the 1980’s with the birth of popular resistance to its invasion of Lebanon. By 2006, its aura of invincibility was shattered as Hezbollah defeated ‘one of the world’s strongest armies’ forever altering the region’s ...

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