Renewed Israeli Airstrikes Against the Besieged Gaza Strip
At midnight on Sunday, Israeli fighter jets fired several rockets at sites in the besieged Gaza Strip, Quds News Network reported.
It stated that the renewed airstrikes are the fifth incident in which Israel violated the ceasefire brokered by Egypt on May 21, 2021 between the occupying state and the various resistance groups in the Gaza Strip.
It added that Israeli warplanes hit farmland and two other sites in Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.
Another site was also hit in the northwestern part of the small coastal enclave.
No injuries have been reported.
According to related news, a faction of the Palestinian resistance shot an Israeli drone (quadcopter) from the sky on Sunday night as it flew over the southern Gaza Strip, QNN reported.
The resistance managed to shoot down and seize the occupation drone when it fell to the ground at Khuza’a in Khan Younis, southern Gaza.
The Gaza Strip is home to more than two million Palestinians, who have been living under a brutal Israeli blockade since 2007, causing an ongoing humanitarian catastrophe.
Palestinian teen dies from serious injuries sustained 74 days ago
Palestinian medical sources confirmed Monday that a teenager died from serious injuries sustained after Israeli soldiers shot him in the neck near Ramallah, in the central West Bank, 74 days ago.
The sources stated that Yousef Nawwaf Mohareb (17) from the town of Abwein, north of Ramallah, was shot in the neck after Israeli soldiers invaded the city and fired live ammunition at protesters.
They added that the teen was shot with live rounds in the fifth and seventh vertebrae.
Naji Hamad, the head of Abwein’s village council, said the teen was rushed to the Palestine Medical Complex in Ramallah, where he underwent urgent surgery and remained in the ICU in a critical condition until he died of his injuries. succumbed.
Facebook suspends Arabic-language page of QNN
Facebook has temporarily suspended the Arabic language page of Quds News Network (QNN) in an effort to suppress pro-Palestinian content.
QNN announced earlier today that it will publish on an alternate page, as Facebook has temporarily suspended the Arabic-language main page of the network, which has 7 million followers.
The network pointed out that such restrictions on social media from pro-Palestinian networks are not strange, as they have deleted and deactivated the accounts of Palestinians and pro-Palestinians.
QNN said that fighting pro-Palestinian content on social media will not stop news outlets or Palestinians from documenting and reporting what the Israeli occupation in Palestine is committing to the whole world.
The network stressed that it will continue to describe and document the Palestinian cause and vigorously oppose Israel’s continued suppression of the Palestinian narrative.
(Sources: IMEMC, Quds News Network)
Henny A.J. Kreeft
Independent Citizen Journalism
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