Genocide in Pictures: Worth a Trillion Words

SPECIAL FEATURE, 11 Dec 2023

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

Parental Guidance Advised: Pornographic Violence

** Gazans have no means to rescue bodies from under the rubble of flattened buildings. Victims are left to die trapped under tons of dirt, making diseases practically inevitable. **

GAZA and WEST BANK, 11 Dec 2023

Evidence of some of the damage from airstrikes in Khan Younis, Gaza. (Reuters)

 

Gaza, Dec 2023, males stripped and arrested by invading Israeli forces. Mondoweiss

 

 

Palestinian men and boys were stripped and detained by Israeli soldiers in northern Gaza in December 2023.
[Al Jazeera/screengrab]

 

Palestinians search for survivors in a house belonging to the Al-Zahar family, after an Israeli airstrike in the city of Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, 31 Oct 2023.
(Abed Rahim Khatib/Flash90)

 

Palestinians near destroyed buildings after an Israeli airstrike in Khan Younis, southern Gaza Strip, 2 Dec 2023.
(Atia Mohammed/Flash90)

 

 

Gaza bombed by Israeli forces Dec 2023 – Jonathan Cook

 

 

An Israeli bombardment of Gaza seen from southern Israel on 2 Dec 2023 [Jack Guez/AFP]

 

A mother cries for her daughter killed in the Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip in Deir el-Balah on 2 Dec 2023. [Hatem Moussa/AP]

 

Injured children are brought to Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital for treatment after an Israeli attack on 2 Dec 2023.  [Ali Jadallah/Anadolu]

 

A picture taken from southern Israel near the border with the Gaza Strip on 2 Dec 2023, shows an explosion and smoke billowing over the Palestinian territory during an Israeli strike.
[Jack Guez/AFP]

 

 

 

An Israeli bomb explodes in Gaza by Jim Forest is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 / Flickr

 

 

Nearly a million children displaced in Gaza – 9 Dec 2023.
Families continue to shelter at UNRWA in Khan Younis in the south of the Gaza Strip.
© UNICEF/Abed Zaqout

 

 

Palestinians stand on a damaged street, following an Israeli raid in Jenin, at the Jenin refugee camp, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank 30 Oct 2023. REUTERS/Raneen Sawafta

 

 

Jenin has been the scene of repeated Israeli raids. [Issam Rimawi/Anadolu]

 

According to a medical source cited by WAFA, Israeli bulldozers demolished the outer walls of Khalil Suleiman Hospital in Jenin. [Jaafar Ashtiyeh/AFP]

 

Mourners walk as they carry bodies of Palestinians (not pictured), who were killed in an Israeli raid at the Jenin refugee camp, in Jenin in the Israeli-occupied West Bank 30 Oct 2023.
REUTERS/Raneen Sawafta

 

 

Baraa Azam is lying in the rubble of his home after an Israeli air strike flattened the residential building in the Zeitoun neighbourhood of Gaza City. [Courtesy of Eman Mohammed]

 

A Palestinian mother holds her son while passing a residential building that was destroyed overnight by an Israeli air strike at Sheikh Radwan in Gaza City. [Courtesy of Eman Mohammed]

 

A wounded Palestinian girl receives treatment at Nasser Hospital in Khan Younis, Gaza, on 1 Dec 2023  [Fadi Shana/Reuters]

 

Palestinian children wounded in Israeli strikes sit on beds outside of al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City on 25 Nov 2023.  [Abed Sabah/Reuters]

 

Destroyed buildings following Israeli attacks on the Jabalia refugee camp in northern Gaza, 6 Dec 2023  [Mahmoud Sabbah/Anadolu Agency]

 

Smoke billows amid Israel’s unrelenting bombardment of Gaza on 6 Dec 2023
[Jack Guez/AFP]

 

Palestinians assess the destruction from Israeli attacks in Khan Younis, southern Gaza, 6 Dec 2023  [Ahmed Zakot/Reuters]

 

Burying dead Palestinian families in a mass grave on Dair El-Balah, Gaza Strip, 6 Dec 2023.
(Photo: Omar Ashtawy/APA Images)

 

 

Palestinians flee to the southern Gaza Strip on Salah al-Din Street in Bureij, Gaza Strip, 8 Nov 2023. Nakba 2. (Photo: Stringer / APA Images)

 

 

Gaza November 2023 – This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license.

 

 

 

Gaza, 17 Oct 2023. (“Fars Media Corporation/Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.)

 

 

 

 

 

 


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

  1. Gerard says:

    Thank you for these pictures. Please show us more pictures next time, they are really touching deeper than much writing .
    Gerard

  2. All many of can do is bare witness to these atrocities. May the photos change hearts around the world. May we all wake up to the realization that “we are all human beings.” 12 elders from Jewish Voice for Peace chained themselves to the White House front fence yesterday. Bravo to them!!!

  3. Dear Antonio, Yes, the tragic, sad, bloody, inhumane photos that you sent yesterday have to be shown, but should you be fair and also publish images of what happened to Jews on 7 October? what you published is totally. Shouldn’t you also show pictures from Israel?

    Perhaps you’ve decided that the photos of what happened in Israel are just too horrific to be seen. I am referring to Fetuses being cut out of living pregnant women, 3 year old children with hands chopped off bleeding to death and the list continues.

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