UN: Israeli Effort to Create a Gaza ‘Buffer Zone’ Is a War Crime

The Associated Press news agency analyzed satellite imagery on February 2, which showed “new demolition along a 1-kilometer-wide path on the Gaza Strip’s border with Israel.” The images, which revealed the recent destruction of Palestinian farmland, warehouses and other buildings, suggested that Israel had started creating what it has called a “buffer zone” in areas…

Protesters Block Roads as Rallies Nationwide Demand Hostage Deal and Urge Elections

Protesters blocked roads in Tel Aviv amid nationwide demonstrations Saturday evening, February 10, demanded the release of hostages held by the Hamas, called for elections, while some in mayor cities were against the war in Gaza. Demonstrations were held in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa, Beersheba, Rehovot, Ra’anana, Kfar Sava, Karkur Junction, Caesarea, Mitzpe Ramon, Eilat…

Death Toll in Gaza Passes 27,000

Intense Israeli bombardment from air, land, and sea continue to be reported across much of the Gaza Strip on Thursday, February 1, resulting in further civilian casualties, displacement, and destruction. Between the afternoons of Wednesday and Thursday, according to the Ministry of Health (MoH) in Gaza, 118 Palestinians were killed, and 190 Palestinians were injured.…

Thousands Protest Across Israel Calling for Release of Hostages and Netanyahu’s Dismissal

Tens of Thousands protest Saturday night, January 27, in various demonstrations across Israel, demanding the release of hostages, immediate elections, against war in Gaza and the removal of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Protests were held this in several locations across the country. Protests demanding elections were held at Habima Square in Tel Aviv, Horev Center in Haifa, Karkur…