Palestinian civilians determined to rebuild lives in face of Israeli Gaza war crimes
By Mohammed Asad
Palestinian civilians returned to their destroyed homes and properties during a brief truce in the Israeli war crimes against civilian areas of the Gaza Strip.
Israel’s military forces, the “IDF,” have intentionally targeted civilians as witnessed by the devastation of civilian homes and neighborhoods throughout civilian neighborhoods and cities in the Gaza Strip.
The Israeli policy to kill civilians resulted in the murder of more than 2,000 civilians including 300 babies, children, teenagers, women and old people in one of the most vicious assaults on human beings by any modernday military force. Israeli’s claimed they were firing at militants who used civilians as “war crimes” but the Israeli occupation government failed to produce even one instance of evidence to back up those claims which have been roundly denounced by world leaders across the globe.
Here are photographs of Palestinians as they survey the damage from the widespread massacres by Israeli forces during the recent pause in the conflict, a truce that was quickly broken by Israeli invading soldiers.
The photos show Palestinian children, who have been the primary targets of Israel’s war crimes assault and invasion of Gaza’s civilian areas, enjoying the break in the violence and brutality.
(Mohammed Asad is a photojournalist based in Gaza. His home was among those intentionally destroyed in the Israeli war crimes campaign to punish Palestinians for insisting they will survive.)
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