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Why It's Hard to Believe Israel's Claim That It Did Its Best to Minimize Civilian Deaths

Each year Israeli missiles devastate the lives of hundreds of innocent Palestinians, struggling to get by in Syria and Gaza. These peoples rights are not protected. You can help protect them.

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New York, US: Orthodox Jews of the Satmar Hasidim celebrate the Jewish holiday of Lag BaOmer in the village of Kiryas Joel. Lag BaOmer marks the anniversary of the death of Talmudic sage Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai approximately 1900 years ago-Photograph: Mike Segar/Reuters

ISRAEL ATTACKS #GAZA

ISRAEL ATTACKS #GAZA They've been treated like prisoners in their own country, victims to bloodthirsty Zionism. Who did it ever harm in Israel that they allow food and medication into Gaza. Now when they respond it's considered aggression, so much absurdity for one man to handle.

How Hamas Wields Gaza's Casualties as Propaganda

The terrorist group casts Israel’s military as indiscriminate and civilian deaths as disproportionate, but Hamas-affiliated fatality figures should be viewed with suspicion

A Palestinian boy looks through the remains of a car hit by an Israeli air strike in Gaza city.

You Need To See This Before they Delete It! -- Egyptian doctor: stop exploiting Palestine as wedge against Jewish Israel - עברית

Gaza conflict: No let-up in the violence, in pictures

UNDATED - PHOTO ESSAY - GAZA - WAR - "Gaza conflict: No let-up in the violence, in pictures." #Gazaunderattack #Israelunderfire

This Aleppo synagogue was burned in 1947 after the UN General Assembly voted to partition Palestine into Jewish and Arab states. While Jewish leaders in Israel accepted the partition, Arab leaders did not. If they had accepted, the two-state solution would have been implemented all those years ago along almost the same lines as are being demanded by Palestinians today. Israel hasmore...

Rockets Found At United Nations RWA School In Gaza For Third Time In Span Of Two Weeks - Christopher Guiness, spokesman for the UN Relief and Works agency, did not name who was responsible for putting weapons in the school, but quickly criticized whoever was at fault the weapons in the school.