Thursday, July 24, 2014

The Palestinian Information Center -News

Tonight, thousands will be marching from #Ramallah towards #Qalandia checkpoint in an attempt to enter #Jerusalem to pray #48Kmarch

death toll passed 797 till now, number increasing dramatically!
The Palestinian Information Center

Israeli artillery shells blast UNRWA school killing 15 civilians
Israeli artillery shells slammed into an UNRWA school in Beit Hanun, north of the Gaza Strip, afternoon Thursday killing 15 civilians and wounding 70 others.Details
Hamas calls for the immediate opening of Rafah crossing
Sami Abu Zuhri, a Hamas spokesman in Gaza, has called for the immediate opening of the Rafah border terminal with Egypt to allow entry of aid convoys.Details
Gaza fuel crisis plunges the Strip into darkness
Palestinian Energy Authority in Gaza appealed to the Palestinian unity government to provide the Strip with the fuel needed to run Gaza’s power station.
Injuries reported during clashes in OJ, Ramallah
Violent clashes broke out between Israeli occupation forces and Jerusalemite youths in different suburbs in occupied Jerusalem in protest against Israeli massacres in Gaza Strip.
30 Palestinians killed since the morning hours
At least 30 Palestinians were killed while dozens were injured at dawn Thursday during Israeli airstrikes targeting civilian homes throughout the besieged Strip of Gaza.
Casualties and arrests during clashes in al-Khalil
The Israeli Occupation Forces stormed at dawn Thursday a number of neighborhoods southern and northern al-Khalil. Several youths were summoned for investigation in Israeli intelligence headquarters.
Palestinian youth succumbs to serious wounds in Bethlehem village
A 19-year-old Palestinian youth was declared dead on Wednesday night after sustaining serious wounds during confrontations with Israeli occupation forces in Husan village, west of Bethlehem.
UNRWA strongly condemns shelling of its school in Gaza
UNRWA strongly condemned on Wednesday the Israeli targeting of one of its schools in Gaza, which was sheltering hundreds of displaced civilians.