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US-Israel Gaza genocide

More than seven months into the Israeli genocidal war on Gaza, civilians continue to fall victim as the regime keeps targeting residential areas across the besieged territory.

In the latest attacks, the regime’s warplanes hit a house in the Al-Qasasib neighborhood in the Jabalia refugee camp, north of Gaza, killing a journalist along with his wife and son. A separate attack on a house in the Nuseirat camp, south of Gaza left 9 members of a family dead. In the central Gaza, 20 Palestinians who were killed in an aerial attack have been transferred to Al-Aqsa Hospital. The Israeli regime, has so far, rejected all proposals for a ceasefire in Gaza. The Israeli military on Saturday ordered Palestinians to leave more areas of eastern Rafah and the northern Gaza Strip. Nearly 35,000 Palestinians have been killed since the regime launched its war in early October, most of them women and children.

Israel kills captives

Hamas's armed wing, the Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades, says another Zionist captive has lost his life to Israel’s relentless bombing campaign of Gaza. Spokesman Abu Obaida said in a statement that Nadav Popplewell was wounded nearly a month ago and succumbed to his injuries because he could not receive medical care due to the destruction of the region’s hospitals. Following the announcement, families of Israeli captives held an emergency press conference, calling on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to reach a ceasefire deal with Hamas without delay. Netanyahu and his cabinet have been under increasing pressure as anger grows over their failure to deliver on their promise to secure the release of all the captives. It is estimated that around 130 Israeli captives remain in Gaza. Hamas says dozens of captives have been killed so far in Israeli attacks.

People support Palestinians

Global protests against Israel continue as the regime goes ahead with its genocidal campaign. In Sweden, protesters have once again hit the streets to protest against the Israeli participation in the Eurovision competition. Waving Palestinian flags, protesters flooded the streets of the Swedish city of Malmo, demanding that the organizers of the European competition disqualify the Israeli competitor. In Greece, people gathered in Athens' central square carrying pro-Palestinian banners. Protesters condemned Israel’s massacre of innocent civilians in the Gaza Strip and called on international organizations to stop Israeli crimes. In the Spanish city of Madrid, thousands demanded an immediate ceasefire in the besieged territory. A similar rally was also held at the American University of MIT against the police removal of the Pro-Palestinian encampment. They condemned the US government’s arms sales to the Israeli regime.


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