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Action for Gaza: 10 things you can do right now

It’s easy to feel powerless about the ongoing slaughter in Gaza, but in an age where we are connected to one another as never before, there is always… 829 more words


Clashes in Jerusalem


Clashes took place between protestors and Israeli police and military in Jerusalem, in the early hours of Friday morning (25th July).

Locals gathered for the auspicious night of the 27th of Ramadan at the Al Aqsa masjid (mosque). 151 more words


Latest Updates - Thousands march for Gaza in West Bank, casualties reported

Israel’s Operation Protective Edge entered its 17th day on Thursday, marking the 7th day of the IDF’s ground incursion into the Gaza Strip.

The Palestinian death toll since Israel launched Operation Protective Edge surpassed the 770 mark, most of them since Israel entered Gaza a week ago. 131 more words


Gaza Cannot Be Ignored from a Bicycle

Many people have been asking me, “What do you think about while bicycling?” These days, it’s mostly Gaza.

I’m traveling right now, which is a perfect excuse to bury my head in the sand. 918 more words


A Palestinian medic inspects a damaged room at Al-Aqsa hospital

A Palestinian medic inspects a damaged room at Al-Aqsa hospital, which witnesses said was damaged in Israeli shelling on Monday, in Deir El-Balah in the central Gaza Strip


On Faith

There is a place that God is watching.  He is The Protecting Friend and Reliever.

May solace be yours, O patient seeker!

By the One Who Restores, in this is Meziana.


Al-Aqsa mosque under attack

The one thing I do not understand about this Israeli Palestinian ‘war’ is how much Israel controls Palestinians. Not only are they bombing them, demolishing their houses and making children orphans in a matter of seconds, but they have also cut off Palestinians water supply along with only allowing Palestinians two hours of electricity a day. 218 more words