Day: 25/10/2018

IDF Awards Israeli Soldiers for Deadly Crackdown on Gaza Protests

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Sometimes described in the media as “clashes,” the protests in Gaza involve heavily-armed Israeli snipers firing into crowds of unarmed young Palestinians. Those killed by IDF fire include journalists, medics and children. by Whitney Webb GAZA CITY — The

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Israel’s New ‘Zero Tolerance’ Policy Towards Protesters Widely Condemned

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Ahead of new Great March of Return protests in Gaza, Israel announced a new “zero tolerance” policy toward such Palestinian protests.

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Montaser Mohammad al-Baz | Israel-Palestine Timeline

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October 23, 2018: Montaser Mohammad Ismael al-Baz, 17, was shot in the head by Israeli soldiers while protesting at the border fence between the Gaza Strip and Israel, east of Deir al-Balah, in central Gaza. The Palestinian Health Ministry said that Montaser was shot and seriously injured with a live round in the head. The seriously… Continue reading Montaser Mohammad al-Baz →

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QC’s projects in Gaza benefit thousands of students

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Hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from various educational projects implemented by Qatar Charity (QC) in Gaza Strip during eight years (2009 to 2017), at a total cost of $14.5m.

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China launches FTA negotiations with Palestine

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The document signed on Tuesday to start China-Palestine free trade talks indicates China attaches great value to bilateral ties and there are increasingly high hopes in the region that China will play a more constructive role in helping settle regional disputes, said Chinese observers on Wednesday.

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Israeli authorities break up Coptic sit-in

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OCCUPIED JERUSALEM — Israeli occupation forces broke up a sit-in Wednesday by Coptic monks in the forecourt of the Holy Sepulchre Church, in the occupied city of Jerusalem.The monks were protesting at restoration work in a nearby monastery claimed by their sect, when forces dispersed and arrested a number of them.

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