Gaza Strip

At Least 74 Palestinians Injured In Clashes With Israeli Troops On Friday - Health Ministry

GAZA (Sputnik) - As many as 74 Palestinians were wounded in clashes with Israeli soldiers in the Gaza Strip on Friday, Ashraf Qidra, the spokesman for Gaza's Health Ministry, stated.
Related topics: Palestine

Read More →

Israel’s Snap Election: The View From Gaza

Five months ago, I wrote a piece for Middle East Eye on Israel’s parliamentary elections in which I argued that those elections change absolutely nothing for us Palestinians, the indigenous population of this land. And today, Israelis went to the...
Related topics: Israel, Palestine

Read More →

Lebanese/gaza Marriage Markets In Everything

Political parties sponsor weddings for young members to reinforce their loyalty, and gratitude. Religious and ethnic minorities — which means everyone in splintered Lebanon — consider marriage and procreation essential to their long-term...
Related topics: Palestine, Religion, Lebanon

Read More →

Netanyahu Aborted Large Offensive In Gaza After Intervention By Attorney General – Report

The Israeli military carried out airstrikes against purported terror targets in Gaza in response to a rocket attack that appeared to target a Netanyahu rally. The prime minister is said to have considered a larger military operation but backed down...
Related topics: Benjamin Netanyahu, Palestine, Military

Read More →

Israel Arrests 11 Terrorist Suspects In West Bank - Idf

The news comes amid another escalation in the region, with Hamas attacking Israel with rockets and the IDF launching airstrikes against militants in Gaza.
Related topics: Israel, Terrorism, Hamas, Palestine

Read More →

Rocket Sirens Sound Off In Southern Israel - Idf

Rocket sirens sounded in the Israeli town of Zikim late Wednesday night. The town is just two miles from the border with Gaza.
Related topics: Israel, Palestine

Read More →

Lost Childhood: Gaza’s Youngest Generation Copes With Trauma 5 Years After The Last War

Recently I watched a 45-minute Spanish documentary “Born in Gaza” (“Nacido en Gaza”) about the impacts of war on children. Watching the documentary focused my attention to the fact that long after the tanks left, children...
Related topics: Palestine, Documentaries

Read More →

Watch Israeli Fighter Jet Striking Alleged Terror Targets In Gaza After Hamas' Attack

The operation comes after another attack on militants last week. According to the IDF, Hamas sent a drone that dropped explosives on an army vehicle.
Related topics: Palestine, Hamas, Drones

Read More →

Israeli Army Says Missile Unsuccessfully Launched From Gaza Strip

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) registered an attempted missile launch from the Gaza Strip, but the missile did not cross the border, the IDF said in a statement.
Related topics: Palestine, Russia, Moscow, Israel

Read More →

Gazan’s Death Abroad Shines Light On Middle-class Exodus

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip — With a family of five, a two-story home and a pharmacy, Tamer al-Sultan had a life many in the besieged and impoverished Gaza Strip would envy, but he still felt trapped. Fed up with the heavy-handed rule of Hamas,...
Related topics: Palestine, Hamas

Read More →

Un Official Condemns Israel’s Killings Of Two Palestinian Teens At Friday Protest As...

Gaza Israeli snipers kill two Gaza boys EI 6 Sept by Maureen Clare Murphy — Israeli occupation forces shot and killed two Palestinian children during Great March of Return protests, Gaza’s health ministry stated on Friday. The ministry named...
Related topics: Israel, Protests, Palestine

Read More →

In Gaza, Women With College Degrees Are Taking Any Job They Can Find

In the summer of 2013, I graduated with a degree in Business Administration from the Islamic University of Gaza. My grade point average put me in the top three of my graduating class. I studied hard during my university years aspiring to pave my way...
Related topics: Palestine

Read More →

The New York Times Has A Jewish Problem (part 4)

Ever since March 30, 2018, much of the New York Times’ coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian war has focused on the Great March of Return in Gaza. For that was the day this ballyhooed march began, which takes place every Friday, where sometimes...
Related topics: Palestine

Read More →

Icc Judges Order Prosecutor To Review Gaza Flotilla Decision

Appeals judges have ordered the International Criminal Court's prosecutor to reconsider again her refusal to open a formal investigation into the 2010 storming by Israeli forces of an aid flotilla heading to the Gaza strip.Presiding Judge Solomy...
Related topics: Palestine, International Criminal Court

Read More →

'i'm Just For Animals': The Veterinarian Who Rescues Animals From Conflict Zones

Dr. Amir Khalil has led rescue operations and created sanctuaries around the world for 20 years. In April, he embarked on his biggest mission: saving animals from a struggling zoo in the Gaza Strip.(Image credit: Said Khatib/AFP/Getty Images)
Related topics: Palestine

Read More →

Hamas Arrests 10 In Gaza Accused Of Fatal Bombings Tuesday

Gaza Update 2: ‘Hamas arrests ten persons believed to be behind the fatal bombings in Gaza’ IMEMC 29 Aug — Mousa Abu Marzouq, a member of the political bureau of Hamas, stated on Thursday that the security forces of the Interior...
Related topics: Hamas, Palestine

Read More →

Over 50 Palestinians Injured In Clashes With Israeli Troops In Gaza - Medics

GAZA (Sputnik) - As many as 54 Palestinians were wounded as a result of weekly Friday clashes with Israeli soldiers in the Gaza Strip, Ashraf Qidra, spokesman for Gaza's Health Ministry, said.
Related topics: Palestine

Read More →

Gaza 'state Of Emergency' As Blasts Blamed On Israel Were Actually Isis Suicide Bombers

A strange series of blasts at Gaza police checkpoints that rocked Gaza City Tuesday evening has resulted in a rare admission by the Hamas-run Palestinian territory's health ministry that a prior statement blaming Israel for the new attacks was...
Related topics: Palestine, Israel, Isis, Police, Hamas

Read More →

Once Thriving, Gaza’s Gold Market Struggles To Stay Open

Yaser Habboub, 62, was unsure how long his shop had been in business. It was passed down in his family from generation to generation. He said the foundation of the shop was constructed 543 years ago. It sits on a stretch of cobblestone that leads up...
Related topics: Palestine, Gold

Read More →

Israel’s Harsh Collective Punishment Of Gaza Palestinians Aims At Ethnic Cleansing

By Motasem A Dalloul | @abujomaaGaza | – A Palestinian pharmacist from the Gaza Strip, Tamer Al-Sultan, 38, passed away last week in a hospital in Bosnia and Herzegovina, where he was admitted after catching a disease believed to be caused by...
Related topics: Israel, Palestine, Bosnia And Herzegovina

Read More →
What is noozilla?
Noozilla is an independent news aggregation service with a categorization engine that categorizes millions of news stories by subject.