When an Israeli air strike targeted a security office near her home in Gaza this month, 10-year-old Zeina Dabous frantically scribbled a note and slipped it under her mother's pillow.
Saeed Al Aer, owner of Sulala Society for Training and Caring for animals, has been trawling Gaza's streets looking for abandoned dogs and cats and providing them with medication, food and shelter.
The education ministry said in a statement that the man died of a gunshot wound to the abdomen. Palestinian media identified the man as 18-year-old Mahmoud Al Saadi. He was not immediately claimed by any armed factions.
Israel also lifted security restrictions on southern Israeli communities after the Egyptian-mediated truce took effect late on Sunday. Honduras is considering moving its embassy in Israel back to Tel Aviv, a year after moving it to Jerusalem.
"Launching an attack which may be expected to incidentally kill or injure civilians, or damage civilian objects, in disproportionate manner to the concrete and direct military advantage anticipated, is prohibited," she said. "Such attacks must stop."
On May 18 last year, during its 11-day bombing campaign on Gaza, Israel demolished the five-storey building housing Samir Mansour’s bookstore, the largest in the strip, reducing 100,000 books to shredded card and paper. Warned that the building
Last weekend, Israel massed troops and tanks on its border with Gaza. As the noise of their engines echoed across the strip, an Israeli military spokesman appeared to confirm to international media that a ground operation was under way. But that was not
The move by Sheikha Bodour Al Qasimi, President of the International Publishers Association (IPA) and Founder and CEO of the UAE-based Kalimat Group (KG), to donate proceeds from the sales of her new book, “World Book Capital,” is truly praiseworthy.
In a statement, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MoFAIC) called on Israeli authorities to halt escalation and avoid exacerbating tension and instability in the region.