Genocide in Pictures: Worth a Trillion Words

SPECIAL FEATURE, 6 Nov 2023

Posted by Antonio C. S. Rosa | Editor – TRANSCEND Media Service

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GAZA 6 Nov 2023

Gaza Nov 2023 – Photo: Hoy Palestina

 

Gaza Oct 2023 Wikimedia Commons

 

Gaza Oct 2023 – Wikimedia Commons

 

Smoke and flames billow after Israeli forces struck a high-rise tower in Gaza City, 7 Oct 2023.
(Palestinian News & Information Agency, Wafa, for APAimages, CC BY-SA 3.0)

 

Israeli attack on Gaza Strip via Wikimedia Commons

 

Gaza 2023 (Photo by Majdi Fathi/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

 

Life in Gaza under Israeli bombardment. Photo credit: canada talks israel palestine

 

Palestinians inspect the damage following an Israeli airstrike on the El-Remal aera in Gaza City on Oct. 9, 2023 (Naaman Omar apaimages/Wikimedia Commons)

 

Gaza 2023

 

A woman walks amid the rubble of residential buildings destroyed by Israeli air strikes in the al-Zahra neighborhood of the Gaza Strip on October 19, 2023.
(Mustafa Hassona / Anadolu via Getty Images)

 

A victim is carried through rubble in the city of Khan Yunis, Gaza where buildings collapsed from Israeli airstrikes on October 26, 2023. Photo: Mustafa Hassona/Anadolu via Getty Images

 

Palestinians inspect a bakery that was destroyed by an Israeli airstrike, killing eight people in the central Gaza Strip, on October 25, 2023. (Photo: Naaman Omar/APA Images)

 

Photos of the town of Beit Hanoun in the northern Gaza Strip via Wikimedia Commons

 

Jan Oberg – TFF

 

A child injured as a result of Israeli attacks is brought to a hospital in Rafah, Gaza, on 13 Oct 2023.  Abed Rahim Khatib/Anadolu via Getty Images

 

© Ahmad Hasaballah/Getty Images

 

Smoke and flames billow after Israeli forces struck a high-rise tower in Gaza City, 7 Oct 2023.
Photo by Palestinian News & Information Agency (Wafa) in contract with APA images.

 

Gaza November 2023 [Mohammed Fayq Abu Mostafa/Reuters]

Civilians flee amid an Israeli bombardment of Rafah in the south of the Gaza Strip on 29 Oct 2023. [Abed Rahim Khatib/Anadolu via Getty]

A woman with a baby walks with relatives amid buildings damaged by Israeli bombardment in Tel al-Hawa neighbourhood on 30 Oct 2023  [Anadolu Agency/Ali Jadallah]

Palestinians search for survivors in Gaza 31 Oct 2023 – Peace & Planet News

 

Israeli airstrikes on the Gaza Strip continue. (Photo: via PalTimes.net)

 

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2 Responses to “Genocide in Pictures: Worth a Trillion Words”

  1. Daniel Horgan says:

    😥

  2. Asmaa Munir says:

    It is very hard to see. We can pray for people of Gaza.

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