rise, rise—now evening dies: sun-born in valleys with burning olive trees—where women like me plod one day at a time,
Hussam Al-Attar, a 15 year old Palestinian kid, has been named “the Newton of Gaza” after successfully generating electricity from wind. He used basic tools for providing electricity.
Ghazawneh says his income has plummeted from around 7,000 shekels ($1,850) per month to just 2,000 ($530).
Fears of a regional escalation have spiked, with Iran and its proxies stepping up attacks across the region in solidarity with Hamas.
Friday's opening ceremony of the Asian Cup drew attention to the war in Gaza, with Palestine's captain taking the stage for the players' oath and Palestinian music at the beginning and end.
As the vanguard for change, the fires of revolution burn hot in our blood, and these flames are only fanned by young Palestinians who are showing the world what it truly means to be a revolutionary.
“I have been following the Khawaja fiasco and I cannot say I’m surprised by the ICC’s stance,” Holding told The Australian.
The UN Security Council was set to convene Tuesday to weigh a call for a ceasefire in the besieged Palestinian territory, after a previous bid was vetoed by the United States.