Genocide in Pictures: Worth a Trillion Words


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

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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. **

Up to 4 Feb 2024:

  • 27,365+ killed(*) and at least 66,630 wounded in the Gaza Strip.
  • 380+ Palestinians killed in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem.

(*) This figure was confirmed by Gaza’s Ministry of Health on Telegram channel. Some rights groups put the death toll number at more than 35,000 when accounting for those presumed dead under the rubble.

GAZA and WEST BANK, 5 Feb 2024

Palestinian children struggle for some hot meal prepared by volunteers in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, 26 Jan 2024. (Abed Rahim Khatib/Flash90)


Smoke rises after an Israeli airstrike in the Gaza Strip, as seen from the Israeli side of the fence, 7 Jan 2024.  (Chaim Goldberg/Flash90)


Displaced Palestinians fill pots with potable water from the UN headquarters, UNRWA, in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, on 29 Jan 2024.  (Shutterstock)


Palestinians carrying some belongings walk past ammunition containers left behind by Israeli troops as they flee Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip, on 2 Feb 2024.
Photo: Mahmud Hams/AFP


Injured Palestinians, including children, are brought to Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital for treatment following the Israeli attacks in Deir Al-Balah, in central Gaza on 4 Feb 2024.
(Omar Ashtawy/apaimages)


Deir Al-Balah, Central Gaza, 1 Feb 2024. Naaman Omar/APA Images.



Palestinians migrate to safer areas due to Israeli attacks that continue in Khan Yunis, Gaza on 30 Jan 2024.  Ahmed Zaqout/Anadolu via Getty Images.


A Heinous War Crime: The Sustained and Incessant bombings of Palestinian Civilians in Gaza by Israel during the War on Gaza, since 7 Oct 2023. People evacuate a wounded girl following an Israeli strike on the Ali ben Abi Taleb Mosque in Rafah, in the southern Gaza Strip, on 20 Dec 2023. More than 7,000 Palestinians missing in Gaza are believed to be buried under the rubble. Photo Credit: Mahmud Hams/AFP for Al Jazeera


An Israeli woman holds up a sign with ‘Too many terrorists in prison’ written on one side and ‘Kill them all’ written on the other during a rally in Tel Aviv on April 19, 2016, to support Elor Azaria, an Israeli soldier recently charged with manslaughter after shooting a prone and wounded Palestinian assailant in the head. Photo Credit: AFP/Jack Guez, The Times of Israel


Parallels in Crimes Against Humanity committed by Israel against Palestinians and against Jews by Nazi Germany, under Hitler.
Photo Left: Heavy Bombardment using American Drones of Gaza against Palestinian civilians. This picture taken from Rafah, in the southern Gaza Strip, shows smoke rising over buildings in Khan Younis during Israeli bombardment on February 1, 2024
Photo Credit: Mahmud Hams/AFP for Al Jazeera
Photo Right:  A member of Einsatzgruppe D prepares to shoot a Ukrainian Jew, who is forced to kneel before a mass grave full of other victims
Photo Credit:  U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum


Palestinians search a house after an Israeli air strike, in the city of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip, on 12 Oct 2023. (Shutterstock)


Foto Felton Davis | Smoke Over Gaza (CC BY 2.0)


The Gaza Strip being wiped out the map by Israeli Zionist forces.


Palestinian children carry pots as they queue to receive meals cooked by a charity kitchen, amid shortages in food in Rafah, the Gaza Strip on 14 Dec 2023 [Saleh Salem/Reuters]


Smoke from bombardment billows in the background as displaced Palestinians flee from Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip on 30 Jan 2024  [Mahmud Hams/AFP]

Israeli air strike destruction in the Gaza Strip, 17 Oct 2023.
(Fars Media Corporation, Wikimedia Commons, CC BY 4.0)


An injured Palestinian girl lies on the floor of Gaza’s Nasser Hospital, 22 Jan 2024.
(Photo: Belal Khaled / Anadolu via Getty)


Gaza Strip destroyed by Israel Zionist forces 1 Feb 2024 Democracy NOW!


Palestinian families fleeing from the central Gaza Strip to Rafah on 4 Jan 2024.
(Photo: Naaman Omar/APA Images)


Israeli air strikes on Gaza have decimated swathes of Palestinian territory, including the Jabalia refugee camp in Gaza City, pictured on October 11. A displaced health worker told CNN his colleague was killed by Israeli bombardment in the region, while trying to get water for his family. (Photo: AFP)


Palestinians at the Occupation-controlled Karem Abu Salem crossing between Israel and Gaza
(Photo: Screenshot)


“Jews against genocide” is written on posters at a demonstration under the motto “Germany-wide solidarity with Palestine”. Several hundred people demonstrated in Berlin for an end to the Israeli genocide of Palestinians in Gaza.
Photo by Christoph Soeder/picture alliance via Getty Images


Israeli activists protest against Israel’s war on Gaza outside the Kirya, Tel Aviv, January 16, 2024. (Oren Ziv)


Israeli activists protest against the arrest of members of the Arab High Follow-Up Committee earlier in the day, Tel Aviv District Police Station, 9 Nov 2023. (Oren Ziv)


Photo of March in Washington Jan 2024: 400 thousand participants.
AP News Photo/Jose Luis Magana


Rome hosts a new rally in solidarity with Palestinians in Gaza. PressTV Iran


Pro-Palestinian activists and supporters wave flags and carry placards during a National March for Palestine in central London on 13 Jan 2024.
Dublin, Ireland saw more than 100,000 march through city streets. (Photo by AFP)


Thousands of members from the Muslim community gathered in front of the US Embassy in Jakarta to protest against ‘genocide’ in Palestine and express their support for the Palestinian people. PressTV Iran



Food for Thought



Israelis look at a giant map of the Gaza Strip depicting future Israeli settlements at the “Conference for Israel’s Victory” in Jerusalem, 28 Jan 2024.  (Oren Ziv +972Mag)



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