Genocide in Pictures: Worth a Trillion Words


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GAZA and WEST BANK, 27 May 2024


Al Jazeera English 21 May 2024:



Palestinians in Rafah, the Gaza Strip. Pixabay by Hosni Salah


After an Israeli air strike on a house belonging to the Hassan family, in the Nuseirat camp, central Gaza Strip, on 19 May 2024. (Shutterstock)


Children sit at the back of a truck as they are forced to flee ongoing Israeli attacks in Rafah, Gaza on 8 May 2024. [Ali Jadallah/Anadolu Agency]


Column of Smoke product of the Shelling of Israel against Gaza, May 2024
| Photo: EFE


Givati Brigade east Rafah, May 2024. / IDF Spokesperson’s Unit


Gaza Pier: US$320M wasted. – U.S. Army Central/Handout via REUTERS. /File Photo


Gaza, 2024 | UN Photo/Shareef Sarhan via FLickr | CC BY-NC-ND 2.0


Palestinian Intifada – 21 May 2024  Wikimedia Commons


Members of Matzpen demonstrate against the occupation in Israel.  [Source:]

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