Shot with a Go-Pro attached to a small drone, the video captures just one neighborhood in Gaza.
“Had a good time visiting Jerusalem and Gaza Strip today… Peace.”
Truce would end more than 50 days of fighting between Israel and the Gaza Strip.
“We looked around and found what you see here: rubble and sand.”
Footage uploaded to YouTube shows an apartment building collapse after two bombs explode.
The Palestinians were executed by masked gunmen in Gaza on Friday.
The tweet included an image from a very graphic video of an alleged ISIS fighter beheading an American. Soon after, the account deleted the tweet.
The Palestinian militant group said the senior leaders were hit while in a house in Rafah.
“Fuck Israel,” one woman shouted. Sanders, the senator from Vermont, told someone to “shut up.”
“But I always thought that’s what opinion columns are for.”
“At this point we think there is something intentional,” said an Amnesty International representative.
The business secretary announced last week that the government would end arms exports if military hostilities started again.
The Community Security Trust received 240 reports of anti-Semitism in the UK in July. “It’s the underlying anti-Semitism.”
Ceasefire negotiations between Israeli and Palestinian officials in Cairo have collapsed after a temporary truce was broken.
The editor of The Jewish Chronicle has apologised for any offence caused after his newspaper gave space to an appeal for aid to Gaza.
Hazem Abu Murad and Simone Camilli among five who died when police engineers were attempting to disarm unexploded ordnance.
She was flown to Jordan and then England and is currently fighting for her life.
Rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip on Friday morning, while Israeli air strikes hit northern Gaza.
The story behind one photographer’s picture.
The Israeli military said two rockets were fired into the country Thursday night. The rockets did not cause any injuries.
“Die-ins” in Sainsbury’s stores, boycotts of shops that stock Israeli goods, and protests involving people locking their necks to poles in government departments are becoming increasingly common. And it doesn’t look like they’ll end soon.
A lawyer for one of the men tells BuzzFeed his client was “tortured” during interrogation.
The Irish senator called for an expulsion of the Israeli ambassador and condemned military attacks on schools in Gaza. “Israel’s policy is shoot first and weep after,” he said.
“One child’s death is too many; 373 is an outrage that is a stain on the world’s conscience.” Warning: graphic images.
“I told a few people to f—k off. We do that in this country occasionally.”
“Our partner in death, Gaza, we are sick of dying in vain.”
“When we left, we made sure there was nothing left standing, no resistance. That’s the only way to leave Gaza.”
Baroness Sayeeda Warsi resigned from her post in the UK government today over its position on Gaza. But it turns out there’s more interest in the story from elsewhere.
India’s NDTV released a rare video of what they describe as Hamas militants assembling and firing a rocket from a densely populated area.
Baroness Sayeeda Warsi resigned on Tuesday morning after calling the UK government’s policy on Gaza “morally indefensible”. But what exactly is government policy on the conflict?