alert status : Genocide alert


Genocide stage:

5- organization


Affected groups:

  • jews

  • palestinians


Current situation:

  • jews and palestinians are caught in the crossfire of the israeli army and terrorist group hamas



Israeli soldiers guarding the Israel-Gaza border on Tuesday. (Ariel Schalit/AP)

Here are the two takes from the Israeli military on the Gaza border clashes on Monday, during which soldiers killed at least 60 Palestinians: “We won.” And, “Well, not so much.”

“We won” is my abbreviation of the banner headline in the daily Yediot Ahronot. As the paper’s military commentator explained, the army kept demonstrators from crossing the b...

Israeli Arabs wave Palestinian flags during a rally to mark the Nakba (Day of catastrophe), when Palestinians lost their homes and land, in the northern Israeli town of Megiddo, April 24, 2007. Israel celebrates their 59th Independence Day on Tuesday.

5/14/2018 - Violence is intensifying in Gaza as the United States opens its new embassy in Jerusalem, a convergence of current politics and long-simmering tensions in the region....

Israeli soldiers on Tuesday on the Israeli side of the fence between Israel and Gaza. Credit: Thomas Coex/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

A snaking metal fence that divides the Gaza Strip from Israel has become the latest focal point in a generations-long conflict between Arabs and Jews in the area.

It was along this fence that at least 60 Palestinians were killed and many hundreds wounded on Monday as thousands converged to...

May 15, 2018—GAZA CITY — Gaza residents buried their dead Tuesday as the death toll of Palestinians killed by Israeli forces at the Gaza boundary fence climbed to at least 60 after several succumbed to injuries overnight, according to local health officials.  

Monday’s demonstrations, which coincided with the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, were marked by a level of bloodshed not seen in Gaza since a 20...

April 27, 2018

April 24, 2018—Israel has admitted in court on Tuesday that its plan to relocate African asylum seekers has fallen through and that currently there is no possibility to forcefully deport the Africans living in Israel.

In a statement, the state said it would stop holding per-deportation hearings for the asylum seekers and that any previous decisions on the matter are now nullified.

A group of human rights groups petitioned Israel...

Meles Ghirmay remembers every moment leading up to his deportation from Israel.  

"I was hopeful and thinking that they would give me a visa," the Eritrean asylum seeker says softly over the phone from Kampala, Uganda.

"On the spot, they told me I have to leave and I was given no option. Just sign and go," Ghirmay recalls. A week later, he was on a flight to Uganda.

"I don't have any documents to be here," he says about...

What’s new? A new phase in Syria’s war augurs escalation with Israel. As the Assad regime gains the upper hand, Hizbollah probes the south west and Iran seeks to augment its partners’ military capacities, Israel has grown fearful that Syria is becoming an Iranian base.

Why does it matter? “Rules of the game” that contained Israeli-Hizbollah clashes for over a decade have eroded. New rules can be established in Syria by mutual...

The State of Israel is sending weapons to a country that’s carrying out ethnic cleansing. Once one couldn’t even imagine such a thing, but then it turned out that during the 1990s the Rabin-Peres-Meretz government was selling weapons to the genocidal governments of Rwanda and Serbia.

To send weapons to a government that’s guilty of genocide is very similar to (excuse the comparison) sending weapons to Nazi Germany during t...

So much is stuck in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process that it makes sense to question habitual premises and take a new approach. For me, that means deepening my engagement with one of the constituencies traditionally seen by outsiders as one of the most intransigent: Israel’s national religious Jewish community.

The more I interact with them, the more I see how detrimental it is that they are excluded from peacemaking. An o...

This Friday, Muslims in Israel and around the world will begin celebrating their most important
holiday, known as Eid al-Adha, the “festival of the sacrifice.” How many Jews in Israel – or
anywhere else in the world – know anything about this? Or about Islam as one of the main
monotheistic religions in the world, including in our country? Why is ignorance about Islam so
prevalent among Jews, in Israel and the Diaspora? Why are...

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