Living under occupation Palestinian bloggers might be small in number but definitely big in mission and purpose. If you were Palestinian, fortunate enough to have Internet access and run a blog chances are every other entry is about the Palestinian-Israeli daily conflict.
Palestine Blogs will never forget innocent 12-year-old child Mohammed Al-Dura who was killed heartlessly by the Israeli militants. Falastine talks about how Israel continues to twist facts and invest international lies as usual. Fawaz Turki also remembers the heart-rending intensity of the broadcasted incident and says that according to the latest figures put out by the United Nations Childrens’ agency, UNICEF, 542 Palestinian children have been killed over the last five years.
On a happier occasion, Laila – a Palestinian blogger from Gaza- and her son, Yousuf have finally met with husband and father after a long tiring journey to the US. Laila says her flight was like staying at a 5-star hotel compared to Rafah Crossing. Laila has yet to recover from the difficulties she encountered, she adds: “Every now and then I hear a helicopter, innocuously monitoring traffic, and I duck for cover. I am still jittery and on edge”
umkahlil-Palestinian blogger who resides in Germany- talks about the non-violent regular Friday demonstration in Bilin which was not reported by the western press and during which seventeen Israeli activists were detained. Slingshots VS teargas canisters, who's the winner?
In Bqaa Refugee Camp a school playground was sliced in 2 by the Israeli apartheid wall. Rafah Pundits said the new city to be built between Rafah and Khan Yunis will include some 3,000 housing units potentially making up much of the housing stock lost over the past four years and will be funded by the UAE.
Israeli Watch talks about PFLP Leadership Moving From Syria to Gaza and how Israelies are running scared!