Tag Archives: Gaza

Israel licked by flames of ‘lone wolf’ intifada

The Sunday Times – THERE was little to indicate that Ghassan Abu Jamal was about to carry out the deadliest attack in Jerusalem for six years. The 27-year-old father of two had expressed anger over Israel’s decision to restrict access to one of Islam’s holiest sites.

Blinded boy’s father killed by Israeli tank shells

The Sunday Times – A week ago two Israeli tank shells left eight-year-old Mohammed Badran half blind. Yesterday an Israeli warplane dropped a bomb that killed his father.

‘We were dying anyway. What else could we do but fight?’

The Sunday Times – Despite the devastation in Gaza, Hamas fighters are being hailed as heroes by Palestinians who were already living in poverty and squalor

Inside the labyrinth

The Sunday Times – Centuries of engineering know-how have gone into the tunnels that delivery Hamas fighters into enemy territory. Why has it take Israel so long to attack them?

‘Be grateful you lost just five – 14 of mine are gone’

The Sunday Times – THEY found one dismembered body dangling from the edge of a partially destroyed room on the second floor of a building gutted by an Israeli tank shell.