Palestinians remember the massacre

Palestinians gathered in Gaza City, with flowers and candles, and remembered the over 1400 martyrs, and over 5000 wounded in the Israeli massacre of Gaza.

Israel as usual claimed it was defending itself against “terrorists”, but ended up showing the entire world that the only terrorist around is the Zionist entity itself. During this latest Israeli genocide in Gaza 1419 Palestinians were killed by the IOF, including: 326 children, 111 women, 367 students, at least 15 teachers, 16 medical personnel, 21 farmers, 2 fishermen and 92 labourers. Over 5300 Palestinians were injured by the IOF attacks, including 600 who suffered permanent disability and 221 required amputations. Of the 1419 victims, 140 were killed by Israeli artillery shelling, “473 Palestinians were killed by missiles from Israeli fighter jets, 519 from unmanned drones, 92 from Israeli military helicopters, 7 from Israel warships.”[4] 92 Palestinians were shot dead by IOF soldiers, including 27 children. Of those shot dead “53 were shot exclusively in the upper body, 10 in the lower body, and the rest in both the upper and lower body.”[5] According to doctors present: “the most horrific war injuries in men, women, and children of all ages in numbers too large to comprehend.

see: One Year On Gaza Steadfast and Defiant amidst a World that has lost its Humanity

8 thoughts on “Palestinians remember the massacre

  1. I cry with you, my Gaza brothers and sisters.
    And I too, will never forget……
    Your Friend From America,

  2. Actually, candles are so important to any palesetinian house. They are used too much whenever there is no electricity and normally the schedule of electricity is 5 days a week off.
    Candles also could be used to memorise the war victims who were killed in cold blood during the war.
    Candles could be used when celebrating birthdays or weddings.
    Candles are used for lighting your way during a long night of darkness specially when our moons disappear.

  3. Thank you for sharing these beautiful photos and the story of the remembrance. Gaza is very much in my thoughts and prayers.

  4. Jamais les souffrances de Gaza ne sortiront de ma mémoire…les visages des victimes y sont a tout jamais gravés…je suis avec vous

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