Jamila (age 15) sits at home in Gaza City. She lost both her legs, and her sister, Shaza, was killed during the December 2008-January 2009 Israeli military incursion. A missile hit their home as they played on the roof. The one-month conflict killed 1,300 Gazans, including 350 children.    Jamila’s photograph was taken by Rana, 18, during a UNICEF-organized children’s photography workshop. - 2009 © UNICEF/Rana Matar - http://www.unicef.org/photography

Jamila (age 15) sits at home in Gaza City. She lost both her legs, and her sister, Shaza, was killed during the December 2008-January 2009 Israeli military incursion. A missile hit their home as they played on the roof. The one-month conflict killed 1,300 Gazans, including 350 children. Jamila’s photograph was taken by Rana, 18, during a UNICEF-organized children’s photography workshop. - 2009 © UNICEF/Rana Matar - http://www.unicef.org/photography

CAN YOU SEE ME? Susan (age 7) holds a dog outside the community home where she lives, in Omaheke Region of Nambia. She stands with her friend, an indigenous San who also lives at the home. Their caregiver, Nora, fosters 13 children. Nora began this work six years ago. “I would go through the community and found many children living without parents - many who had been orphaned by AIDS” she said.  The HIV/AIDS pandemic has reversed many social gains in Namibia.  September 2008 © UNICEF/John Is

Susan (age holds a dog outside the community home where she lives, in Omaheke Region of Nambia. She stands with her friend, an indigenous San who also lives at the home.

Sudan, 2011: "Grace" covers her face in a dormitory for children rescued from the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), a Ugandan rebel group. She was abducted by the LRA two years ago. “On the way, they separated the men and killed them,” Grace said. “They said if we tried to escape they would kill us.” She was rescued in southern Sudan (now South Sudan). With UNICEF support, Grace was reunited with her family. ©UNICEF/ Mia Farrow - http://www.unicef.org/photography

Sudan, 2011: "Grace" covers her face in a dormitory for children rescued from the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), a Ugandan rebel group. She was abducted by the LRA two years ago. “On the way, they separated the men and killed them,” Grace said. “They said if we tried to escape they would kill us.” She was rescued in southern Sudan (now South Sudan). With UNICEF support, Grace was reunited with her family. ©UNICEF/ Mia Farrow - http://www.unicef.org/photography

Le peuple martyr

Israel hits a UN based school in Gaza killing 15 people.

Settlers in Silwan/Photo: Silwanic.net The new settlements in Silwan, as all settlements within the territories occupied by Israel in 1967, are illegal and violate the Fourth Geneva Convention, regardless of the way properties were acquired. It is time the international community protect Palestinians and hold Israel accountable.

Settlers in Silwan/Photo: Silwanic.net The new settlements in Silwan, as all settlements within the territories occupied by Israel in 1967, are illegal and violate the Fourth Geneva Convention, regardless of the way properties were acquired. It is time the international community protect Palestinians and hold Israel accountable.

Chiến sự tại Gaza: Palestine 572 chết người, Do Thái 27 người | Sự chuyển đổi Trái đất

Israeli army shelled al-shajaeya people when escaping and their bodies are on streets When red cross asked to aid the injured people israel declined

VIDEO REPORT: As of September, about 1,100 Palestinian refugees had crossed from the Syrian Arab Republic into Jordan, while 5,100 had entered Lebanon. These families are particularly vulnerable and face harsh economic and legal restrictions.   With more than two thirds of Palestinian refugees living in severe poverty in Lebanon, few families can afford to pay for school supplies and books.     Read more: http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/lebanon_66189.html

UNICEF reports on how Palestinian children fleeing conflict in the Syrian Arab Republic face new challenges at a refugee camp in Lebanon.

Court Compensates Wartime Rape Victim In Historic Ruling | ThinkProgress

In a historic ruling, Bosnia awarded compensation to a wartime rape victim for the first time Wednesday. The victim was raped during the conflict. Rape is a tragic and often undiscussed…

Shooting children

This child lost an eye and has serious facial damage. What a brutal, morally corrupt regime that would deliberately target children like this day in day out! <---the Zionist warmongering kind.

IDF SOLDIER IS SO PROUD OF MURDERING CHILDREN IN GAZA. SHAME ON YOU PEOPLE!* Stop the United States of Israel, separate these two nations so we can have our own way of life back before 9/11 Israel blaming Muslims wrongfully  made USA into a POLICE STATE at war in Mideast *

Disgust as Israeli soldier spotted wearing an ' Enjoyed Gaza' shirt

An Israeli soldier spotted wearing an ' Enjoyed Gaza' shirt after the recent Gaza genocide. Shows the evil nasty mindset of these filthy IDF lowlifes.

Gaza Under Fire……… again !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

For crying out loud, haven’t these people suffered enough? What worries me more than anything is there’s absolutely no media coverage. At least before, the Israelis would show themselve…

Police besieging event commemorating the Nakba, Tel Aviv, Israel, 25.04.2012 by activestills, via Flickr

Police besiege event commemorating the Nakba, Tel Aviv, Israel,

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