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This Palestinian boy lost his eye due to an Israeli bullet

This Palestinian boy lost his eye after being shot at by Israeli forces. Izz al Din al Batsh and his cousin, Karim, were working in a grocery store in Hebron when a rubber-coated steel bullet hit him. #IsraeliOccupation

The Israeli Army shattered this Palestinian footballer's dreams

The Israeli Army shattered this Palestinian footballer's dreams

Israeli forces attack Palestinian protesters at Al Aqsa

Israeli forces attack Palestinian protesters at Al Aqsa

Demolished and attacked: How a Palestinian village resists

Demolished and attacked: How a Palestinian village resists

Israel-Plaestine Tensions: Funerals begin for Palestinian protesters

Israel-Plaestine Tensions: Funerals begin for Palestinian protesters

Turkic Council Media Forum aims to boost cooperation among Turkic world

Turkic Council Media Forum aims to boost cooperation among Turkic world

Muslim Council of Britain releases guide to keep mosques safe

Muslim Council of Britain releases guide to keep mosques safe

Is Politico’s new owner forcing journalists to push Israeli agenda?

Is Politico’s new owner forcing journalists to push Israeli agenda?

Syrian regime accused of diverting millions in aid

Syrian regime accused of diverting millions in aid

Israeli medics forcibly inject Palestinian prisoner during hunger strike

Israeli medics forcibly inject Palestinian prisoner during hunger strike

Which Tesla short-seller is now eating crow?

Which Tesla short-seller is now eating crow?

Why could Facebook be rebranding?

Why could Facebook be rebranding?

Newcastle United asks fans to stop wearing imitation Arab clothing

Newcastle United asks fans to stop wearing imitation Arab clothing

Special report unveils sexual assault against foreign workers in Israel

Special report unveils sexual assault against foreign workers in Israel

Ottoman-era Hassan Bek Mosque in Tel Aviv witness to Israeli aggression

Ottoman-era Hassan Bek Mosque in Tel Aviv witness to Israeli aggression

UNICEF: 10,000 children killed or maimed in Yemen since 2015

UNICEF: 10,000 children killed or maimed in Yemen since 2015

Court leaks suppressed evidence in Arbery case

Court leaks suppressed evidence in Arbery case

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