Genocide in Pictures: Worth a Trillion Words

SPECIAL FEATURE, 10 Jun 2024

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

Parental Guidance Advised: Pornographic Violence

GAZA and WEST BANK, 10 Jun 2024

Israel has reduced Gaza to ruins.  (UNRWA on X)

 

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1-Year-Old Ahmad Was Beheaded by Israel with US Bomb – On Sun, May 26 night, Israel bombed his family’s tent in north Rafah. Please click:

https://x.com/tparsi/status/1794842576106684695?t=O9zx1cx_mL1UjVfTBr4h8g

 

1-year-old Ahmad

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‘The little child above is Sanad Alarabi who was seriously injured in an airstrike by Israeli occupation forces in Gaza. ‘He lost 9 members of his family, he also lost his hand, part of his
tongue and there are 200 stitches on his face.’

— From Telegram channel ‘Gaza Voice’.  https://t.me/Gaza_Voice

 

CNN – 28 May 2024

 

Gaza – Young children victims of Israeli bombing, Apr 2024

 

Gaza – young victim of Israeli bombing, Apr 2024

 

Still from a video shot by Kharmes al-Refi of the Israeli airstrike on the tent camp in the designated safe zone of Tel-al Sultan, western Rafah. 31 May 2024

 

Gaza May 2024 – Xinhua/Humanist International

 

teleSUR English – Illegal White Phosphorus launched by Israel on Gaza and Lebanon May 2024

 

Children walk through partially destroyed streets in Jenin, West Bank.
© UNICEF/Alaa Badarneh (file)

 

Palestinians walk on the rubble of destroyed buildings following an assault by the Israeli army on the Nuseirat camp, in the central Gaza Strip, on 8 Jun 2024. [Eyad Baba/AFP]

 

Palestinians inspect the site after an Israeli air strike in an UNRWA school, in the Nuseirat camp in the central Gaza Strip, on 6 Jun 2024.  (Shutterstock)

 

Injured Palestinians, including women and children, are brought to Al Aqsa Martyrs Hospital for treatment after Israeli attacks on Nuseirat, Al Maghazi, Az Zawayda and Al Bureij camps, in Deir al Balah, Gaza on 8 Jun 2024. At least 210 were killed and hundreds others injured in the attacks that also saw the rescue of four Israeli captives.  (Omar Ashtawy/apaimages)

 

Palestinians mourn their relatives who were killed in an Israeli air strike on a house belonging to the Hassan family in Al-Aqsa Hospital in Deir al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip, on 19 May 2024 (Shutterstock)

 

Gaza strip destruction May 2024  Photo credit: UNICEF

 

Israeli right-wing youth activists attacking Palestinian freelance journalist Saif Kwasmi in a march commemorating Jerusalem Day on Wed 5 Jun 2024. Credit: Hazem Bader/AFP

 


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One Response to “Genocide in Pictures: Worth a Trillion Words”

  1. Per-Stian says:

    Barbarian pictures :(

    Yet it’s soothing to know that none of this is too much to cross the illusory red line of the great human rights defender Joe Biden.

    If it’s true that the long arc of history bends towards justice, I want to see that trajectory correct itself bloody soon, cause this world is insufferably painful.

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