Genocide in Pictures: Worth a Trillion Words


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** 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, 25 Dec 2023

Casualties [on 24 Dec]

  • 20,258+ killed* and at least 53,688 wounded in the Gaza Strip.
  • 303 Palestinians killed in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem
  • Israel revises its estimated October 7 death toll down from 1,400 to 1,147.
  • 485 Israeli soldiers killed since October 7, and at least 1,831 injured.

*This figure was confirmed by Gaza’s Ministry of Health on December 23. Due to breakdowns in communication networks within the Gaza Strip, the Ministry of Health in Gaza has been unable to regularly and accurately update its tolls since mid-November. Some rights groups put the death toll number closer to 28,000 when accounting for those presumed dead.


Aftermath of an Israeli attack on Gaza, Dec 2023 – Human Rights Watch


Rubble rescue workers saving a child trapped in a car inside a building bombed by Israel in Gaza City, 25 Oct 2023  NBC News


People line up for bread at a partially collapsed but still operational bakehouse in Nuseirat refugee camp in Deir al Balah, Gaza, 4 Nov 2023.
© 2023 Ashraf Amra/Anadolu via Getty Images


An injured elderly man receives help after Israeli airstrikes hit Ridwan neighborhood of Gaza City on 23 Oct 2023. (Photo: Ali Jadallah/Anadolu via Getty Images)


Gaza destroyed by Israeli bombardments Dec 2023 – Global Research


Gaza Strip Dec 2023 – Global Research


Palestinian man surveys the rubble of destroyed buildings following an Israeli bombardment in Deir El-Balah, central Gaza Strip, on 24 Dec 2023, Christmas eve.
(Photo: Naaman Omar/APA Images)


Palestinians leave Al-Breij as they face forced displacement due to ongoing Israeli bombing of Gaza – 22 Dec 2023 (Photo: Omar Ashtawy/APA Images)


Palestinians transport injured man to the Indonesian Hospital in Jabalia, north of Gaza, on 9 Oct 2023 – Note the signs over the door: No Smoking – No Guns
Photo from Wikimedia Commons by WAFA


Gaza Dec 2023 – UNRWA Wikimedia Commons


Devastation in Gaza, Dec 2023. Fuad Khamash/PRCS


Palestinians gather at the site of Israeli strikes on houses in Khan Younis, in the southern Gaza Strip on 14 Dec 2023  [Reuters/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa]

Palestinians try to collect usable items under the rubble of a building bombarded by the Israeli army in Deir el-Balah, Gaza on 12 Dec 2023  [Ashraf Amra/Anadolu Agency]

Palestinians evacuate from a site hit by an Israeli bombardment on Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Wed 20 Dec 2023.  [Fatima Shbair/AP Photo]

An Israeli flag can be seen inside Gaza Strip, looking in from the Israeli side of the border, on 11 Nov 2023  [Evelyn Hockstein/Reuters]

Gaza’s Al Shifa hospital a ‘bloodbath’ says WHO.  The Jerusalem Post


A 3-year-old boy, whose house was bombed, recovers in Nasser hospital after the amputation of part of his right leg. Gaza, Dec 2023  © UNICEF/Abed Zaqout


A boy cycles through the heavily bombarded Asqola neighbourhood of Gaza City, Dec 2023
© UNICEF/Omar Al-Qattaa


The advertisement reads:
“We, Harey Zahav, are working to prepare the ground for the return to Gush Katif. Our employees are working on the rehabilitation of the region, cleaning up waste, and deporting the occupiers (Palestinians). We hope that in the near future, the kidnapped and our soldiers will somehow return to their homes, and we can start construction in the entire Gush Katif area in the Gaza Strip.”
Photo: Marc Vandepitte, Global Research


Israeli forces bombing Gaza Strip on 10 Oct 2023
(Al Araby, Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 3.0)


Gaza Strip–of what is left of it–Dec 2023 – Ben Norton, Geopolitical Economy


Children in Khan Younis stop to look at the destruction as they go in search for potable water–practically nonexistent in Gaza totally destroyed by Israeli military forces. Dec 2023
© UNICEF/Eyad El Baba


IDF handout photo showing Israeli soldiers patrolling in the Gaza Strip 21 Dec 2023.
(Photo: IDF)


A picture taken from southern Israel near the border with the Gaza Strip on 18 Dec 2023 shows smoke rising and the destruction of the Palestinian territory following Israeli bombardment.
(Photo by MENAHEM KAHANA/AFP via Getty Images)


Mourners collect the bodies of Palestinians killed in an air raid on 18 Dec 2023, in Khan Younis in southern Gaza  [Ahmad Hasaballah/Getty Images]

Palestinians flee to the southern Gaza Strip in Bureij, Gaza Strip, 11 Nov 2023
(AP Photo/Fatima Shbair)


Palestinians gather at the site of Israeli strikes on houses in Khan Younis, in the southern Gaza Strip on 14 Dec 2023  [Reuters/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa]

Gaza Dec 2023 – Tasnim News Agency (CC BY 4.0)


Gaza, Dec 2023 – Democracy NOW!


People in Rafah city in the Gaza Strip flee a missile attack. Credit: UNICEF/Eyad El Baba


Gaza Dec 2023 – Global Research





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