Genocide in Pictures: Worth a Trillion Words


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

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Up to 24 Mar 2024:

  • 32,223+ killed* and at least 74,518 wounded in the Gaza Strip
  • 435+ Palestinians killed in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem

* Some rights groups estimate the death toll to be much, much higher when accounting for those presumed dead under the 23 million tonnes of rubble and debris.

GAZA and WEST BANK, 25 Mar 2024


Gaza 2024 – via Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-SA 3.0 DEED)


Pallets of food aid parachuting earthward into Gaza as plumes of smoke from Israeli airstrikes rise to meet them — with both the food and the munitions courtesy of the United States of America. 7 Mar 2024


Gaza 2024 Wikimedia Commons


Ahmad Shabat and his uncle Ibrahim at the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital in the central Gaza Strip
[Atia Darwish/Al Jazeera]


Palestinian children by a building destroyed by Israeli air strike in Khan Yunis, southern Gaza Strip, on 12 Mar 2024 (Shutterstock)


A Palestinian woman reacts as she cradles a wounded boy after Israeli bombardment in central Gaza City on 18 Mar 2024. [Photo by AFP]


A child reacts, as Palestinians wait to receive food during the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan, in Rafah, Gaza Strip, 13 Mar 2024 [Mohammed Salem/Reuters]


Famine in Gaza – Peoples Dispatch, 19 Mar 2024


A destroyed building after an Israeli air strike in the city of Khan Yunis, southern Gaza Strip, on 12 Mar 2024 (Shutterstock)


Israel has reduced Gaza to ruins. (UNRWA via DeclassifiedUK) 2024


Gaza 2024 – UNRWA via DeclassifiedUK


Destruction in Gaza City in the sixth month of the conflict. © UNICEF/Omar Al-Qattaa


© UNICEF/UNI453255/El Baba


A woman pushes a wheelchair next to destroyed buildings in the northern Gaza Strip on 21 Mar 2024 [AFP]

Gaza 2024 – One in three children under age two in northern Gaza are acutely malnourished.


A view of the destruction as a result of Israeli attacks at UNRWA headquarters in Gaza City, Gaza, on Feb. 21, 2024. Photo: Dawoud Abo Alkas/Anadolu via Getty Images


During his 10-day medical mission in Gaza, Khan performed surgery to remove the eyes of multiple children and adults wounded in Israeli assaults. He described the appearance of these pervasive injuries as the “Gaza shrapnel face.” Photo: Yasser Khan March 2024


Khan said this 8-year-old Palestinian girl was trapped for 12 hours under rubble alongside two of her dead relatives after an Israeli attack. Her mother and other siblings were killed in the strike. “Her father was out burying his wife and his killed children while she was by herself getting her leg fracture repaired,” Khan recalled. Photo: Yasser Khan


The European Hospital, which officially has 240 beds, is at more than 300 percent capacity, and many internally displaced people have set up temporary shelter in the hallways of the hospital. “There’s no place to move now in the hallways,” he said. “The sterility of the hospital has significantly decreased.” March 2024  Photo: Yasser Khan


A 6-year-old Palestinian girl after an eye removal operation at European Hospital near Khan Younis, Gaza. Shrapnel and a 2- to 3-inch stone hit her left eye after the bombing of a building next to the makeshift shelter she was living in with her family. According to Dr. Yasser Khan, her father died and her mother was injured in an Israeli attack. Photo: Yasser Khan


Israeli settlers attempt to establish a new outpost near the illegal settlement of Itamar, occupied West Bank, 2 Oct 2015. (Yotam Ronen/Activestills)


Palestine Pre-Nakba, Before Israel:

Three generations from the Palestinian village of Dhahiriyya (located between Hebron
and Beersheba), 9 Feb 1940


The operating room at Hebron hospital, August 17, 1944.


Mahmud Radif and his family, April 28, 1946. Radif worked in Jericho as a gardener.


The first Bethlehem football team, 1932.


A mobile eye clinic from the Palestinian Government Department of Health, northeast of Gaza, August 1939.


A band performs at the Palestine Broadcasting Service studios in Jerusalem, circa 1936–1946.


An engineer transmits the inaugural broadcast of the Palestine Broadcasting Service, March 30, 1936.


Women pressing olives, circa 1900–1920.


A group of friends on a picnic on Mount Carmel in Haifa, 1942.


Young women and men working in the Arab Women’s Union workshop in Ramallah, circa 1934–39.


A Palestine Airways airplane, with its branding in three languages, at the opening of the Lydda airport runway, September 22, 1938.


An Ugly Comparison by cartoonist Daniel Medina:






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