The Palestinian flag at Acropolis, How about Independence Square Sri Lanka?
Posted on February 8th, 2024


Palestinian flag unfurls at the historical Acropolis Temple and the Monument to the Unknown Soldier in Athens

Feb 5, 2024

In the capital Athens, a group unfurled the Palestinian flag in front of the historical Acropolis Temple and the Monument to the Unknown Soldier and sent a message of support to Palestine.

The anarchist group called Ruvikonas” posted on social media, We stand not only with the Palestinians, but also with the heroic Jews who are on the black list of ‘traitors’ by taking a firm stand against a crime committed in their name with their own awareness, especially in Israel.”

The post, which also included photographs of the Palestinian flag unfurled in front of the historical Acropolis Temple and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, included the slogan Life and freedom for Palestine”.

Grim Milestone: Over 100,000 Killed, Wounded, Missing in Gaza

Feb 3, 2024

More than 100,000 Palestinians are either dead, injured, or missing and presumed dead in the besieged Gaza Strip, the World Health Organization (WHO) has announced.

This follows more than three months of intense Israeli bombardment of the enclave, with Gaza’s Ministry of Health confirming a total of 27,131 Palestinians killed, and 66,287 wounded in Israel’s ongoing genocide in Gaza starting on October 7.

At the same time, the risk of famine is high and increasing each day,” the WHO Director-General, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said on Thursday.

Ghebreyesus said the agency’s teams on the ground report increasing food shortages for medical staff and patients with only one meal per day.”

The WHO chief stressed, We continue to call for safe access for humanitarian personnel and supplies.”

He said the organization has faced great difficulty” in trying to reach hospitals in southern Gaza, with heavy fighting reported near hospitals in Khan Yunis, severely impairing access to health facilities, for patients, health workers and supplies.”

During a UN mission on Monday, the WHO delivered medical supplies to Nasser Medical Complex.

Other missions to deliver fuel and food were denied,” he said.

Despite challenges, Nasser Hospital continues to offer health services, although at reduced capacity.”

The hospital is operating with a single ambulance, and donkey carts are being used for transporting patients.”

He also shared that yesterday we made another attempt to get food to Nasser, but due to delays the food was taken from the trucks by crowds who are also desperate for food.”

We continue to call for health care to be protected and not attacked or militarized, and we continue to call for a ceasefire,” the WHO chief said.

Earlier on Saturday, he said on X that 22,000 people are sheltering in Gaza’s European Hospital due to the ongoing intensive fighting in Khan Yunis, which also impedes access to the hospital.”

The WHO team and partners have witnessed extreme crowding inside the facility — truly inhumane conditions for patients, health workers, and those without a safe place to shelter,” he added.

Ghebreyesus also said he was Horrified by the reports about the killing of civilians, including Palestine RCS  staff, at the Al Amal hospital compound today and in the past two days in Khan Yunis, Gaza.”

He stressed, We cannot say it louder: hospitals must be protected, not attacked nor militarized. Ceasefire!”

Grim Milestone: Over 100,000 Killed, Wounded, Missing in Gaza

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