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1/16: Aftermath of attacks on Tar El Hawa district (al Jazeera)

The Tar El Hawa neighbourhood has been the scene of particularly heavy fighting. Red Crescent facilities, a hospital and residential apartment blocks were among the buildings hit by the Israeli bombardment. Al Jazeera's correspondent Sherine Tadros has been to see the aftermath and has found yet more evidence of Israel's apparent use of white phosphorus - a weapon that is illegal to use in civilian areas.


1/13: Israeli's Picnic On Israel Gaza Border To view Action (presstv.ir/news)

Israeli's Picnic On Israel Gaza Border To view Action (presstv.ir/news)


1/13: Gazastrip (Al Jazeera)


1/13: Gaza today (Press TV)

1/13: Gaza today, by IslamWorldNews, footage from press TV Iran.


1/13: Why the children of Gaza don't deserve to be killed?

18 days - more than 300 children killed - 18 reasons why they should live First scene from the documentary Occupation 101 Music by Mogwai - Kids Will Be Skeletons Inspired by MadV This move is by: Raed AlSaeed Abdullah AbaHussien Afyaa Albara AlOhali Talal AlAsmary Saleh AlQsaer Mohammed AbudlWahab Madda AlAgel and KFUPM Students and Staff (by falsafat at youtube)


1/13: UK Campaign for Gaza Press Conference

UK Campaign for Gaza Press Conference London - UK | 02.01.2009 Celebrities and politicians have called for an end to Israel's bombardment of the Gaza strip. Annie Lennox, Alexei Sayle, Ken Livingstone, Bianca Jagger and George Galloway spoke at a press conference organised by the British Muslim Initiative، chaired by Anas Altikriti.

1/13: Israeli coverage of Gaza under scrutiny (al Jazeera)
Some critics say the Israeli media coverage reflects only one side of the war on Gaza. As Israeli journalists' are prevented from reporting from within Gaza, the Israeli public receives a limited and, some would say, sterile coverage of their country's latest offensive. Al Jazeera's James Bays reports.

1/13: Hamas popularity worries Arab governments (al Jazeera)
Since beginning its offensive in the Gaza Strip Israel has repeatedly declared it will maintain attacks to smash what it calls the Hamas terrorist machine. However, as Israel's bombardment continues, the appeal of Hamas in the Arab world appears to be growing. Al Jazeeras Hashem Ahelbarra reports on how the war has left Hamas gaining popular support. (al Jazeera)

1/12: Israeli army 'using white phosphorus' (al Jazeera)
Human rights groups say Israel is indiscriminately using white phosphorus in Gaza's densely populated areas. When ignited, the chemical can burn the flesh off of a person, down to the bone. Israel says the use of white phosphorus is permitted under international law, although it hasn't openly admitted using the chemical. Ayman Mohyeldin reports from Gaza City. (al Jazeera)


1/12: Intense clashes erupt in Gaza City (al Jazeera)
Fierce clashes have erupted in densely-populated areas of east Tuffah and Jabaliya in the Gaza Strip and on the outskirts of Gaza City as the offensive entered its 17th day. Al Jazeera's Ayman Mohyeldin reports on the public who are struggling to cope under the bombardment in Gaza. (al Jazeera)


1/10: People worldwide protest against Israel (CCTV)

The prolonged Israeli offensive against Gaza has triggered continued anti-Israeli demonstrations across the globe. (CCTV, China)


1/10: 'Let Gaza Live' demonstration in Washington, DC

The first video clip was taken in Lafayette Park, located just north of the White House, as the march was just starting. The second video clip was taken about 15 minutes later at the corner of 15th & New York Ave as the march continued its way through the streets of Washington, DC. (by: NikolasSchiller at Youtube)


1/11: Gaza protest-mascara algeria

People of Mascara went out to protest against theisraeli attacks on Gaza it's one of many protests in Algeria to show support for our brothers in Gaza. (by chrisattkins at Youtube)


1/10: Protest in London against Gaza offensive

Protest in London on 10 January 2009 against the current Gaza offensive by Israel. The demonstration started at Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, passed through Bayswater and Kensington, and finished outside the Israeli Embassy. (by: LondonProtests at Youtube)


1/10: Protest in support of Gaza in Paris

Protest in support of the civilian victims of Gaza in Paris, France. (by: nocommenttv at Youtube)


1/10: Gaza Protest Sweden, Stockholm

Over 10 thousand people showed up! (by 1easypeasy1 at Youtube)


1/10: International Day of Gaza Outrage in Toronto

On Saturday, January 10th, 2009, the second coordinated international protest took place against Israel's assault on Palestine. In this particular rally that took place in Toronto, thousands of people showed up across the street from the Israeli consulate. Make sure to go to http://rabble.ca for more in-depth coverage.


FREE GAZA-San Francisco

by Mike Baldwin: Free Gaza Protest Jan. 10, 2009 San Francisco,USA


1/8: Israeli war on Gaza continues after second lull (Al JAzeera)

The toll in Israel's War on Gaza now stands at 763 Palestinians dead and well over three thousand wounded. And the military onslaught is heading into a second week of bombardment with even less relief for the territory's residents. Imran Khan looks at events on the 13th day of Israel's war on Gaza. (Al JAzeera)


1/7: Gaza families mourn dead after UN school bombed (al Jazeera)

In the 12 days of Israel's war on Gaza, the shelling of a United Nations school on Tuesday has been the most shocking incident. More than 40 people were killed. Israel claims the school was a legitimate target because rockets were fired from it. But the UN has vehemently denied those claims. Al Jazeera is the only international news channel with correspondents on both sides of the border. Ayman Mohyeldin visited what's left of the school, and the families now in mourning. (al Jazeera)


1/7: Dennis Kucinich and Eliot Engel (al Jazeera)

Al Jazeera's Shihab Rattansi speaks to two congressman with very different views on the Gaza crisis. Dennis Kucinich, Democratic member of the US House of Representatives and former presidential hopeful on why he feels Israel is violating international law with its invasion of Gaza. And secondly Eliot Engel, US congressman from New York, on why he supports the Israeli invasion of Gaza. (al Jazeera)


1/6: Israeli strikes hit UN schools (al Jazeera)

The United Nations has called for an independent investigation after a third UN school has been has been hit by an Israeli strike, killing 40 people and injuring 45. It's the third strike on a UN school in the last 24 hours, as Al Jazeera's Roza Ibragimova reports. (al Jazeera)


1/6: Israeli attack on Gaza school kills 30 (Russia Today TV)

UN officials say thirty people, including children, have been killed in an Israeli strike on a United Nations-run school in Gaza. The attack in the north of the region is the single most deadly incident since Israel began its offensive 11 days ago. (Russia Today TV)


1/6: Footage of attacks on Israeli troops in Gaza (al Jazeera)

Al Jazeera has obtained footage of what is purported to be a video recording of attacks on Israeli troops in Gaza. Al Jazeera cannot independently verify the content of the footage.


1/6: Inside Story - Gaza regional impact - Part 1 (al Jazeera)

A week and a half since Israel started its campaign in Gaza and there is now talk of the conflict spilling into other parts of the region. As diplomats and political leaders throughout the Middle East scramble to find ways to bring an end to the war, can a prolonged battle with an increasing number of victims spill into neighbouring countries? Inside Story, presenter David Foster is joined by Timur Goksel, a former senior advisor of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon; Mounzer Sleiman, the director of the Center for American and Arab Studies in Washington DC; and Robert Jordan, a former US ambassador to Saudi Arabia. (Part 1 of 2 series, al Jazeera)


1/6: Inside Story - Gaza regional impact - Part 2 (al Jazeera)

Part 2 of the series


1/6: Gaza civilians braced for new attacks (Russia Today TV)

With food, medicine and water supplies running low, the UN says the situation in Gaza amounts to a humanitarian crisis. (Russia Today TV)


1/5: Gazans flee homes and seek refuge in UN schools (al Jazeera)

As the humanitarian crisis in Gaza worsens, many families are being displaced. About 13,000 people have fled their homes because of Israel's continuing assault on Gaza. Many lived on the outskirts of the Strip and are now in Gaza City, staying at UN schools that have been turned into makeshift shelters. Sherine Tadros spoke to some Gazans who say there is nowhere they feel safe. (al Jazeera)


1/5: Gazan father mourns death of baby (al Jazeera)

Al Jazeera obtained this account from a Palestinian father whose seven-month-old child has just been killed in the conflict. (al Jazeera)


1/4: Delicate EU-Gaza diplomacy (al Jazeera)

With Israel's ground offensive into Gaza has come accelerated diplomacy to end the conflict. The Czech government is the new head of the European Union - but it did not get off to the best start. Jonah Hull reports. (al Jazeera)


1/3: 10,000 demonstrate in Tel-Aviv against Israeli attack on Gaza (Israel IMC)

10,000 demonstrate in Tel-Aviv against Israeli attack on Gaza. Reel footage, by: Rona http://israel.indymedia.org


Children Of Gaza

by: Ismail Aitdads -- I have done this video while i was watching the news and what's going on in Gaza! I felt like this is the least I can do for the children who are being killed by Israel. Please STOP supporting Israel.


1/4: Gaza hospital struggles to cope with casualties (al Jazeera)

According to the United Nations, at least 507 Palestinians have been killed, and more than 2,400 injured since Israel began its offensive in Gaza. A quarter of those killed are civilians. Hospitals are at breaking point, families devastated, people are being forced from their homes. Al Jazeera is the only international broadcaster with a presence in Gaza. Sherine Tadros reports from the epicentre of Gaza's struggle to survive - its main hospital. (al Jazeera)


1/4: Inside story - What is next for Gaza? - Part 1 (al Jazeera)

The Israeli army has entered Gaza from five different positions almost all around the Strip. Tanks were reported to be in battles around Gaza City and the northern towns of Beit Lahiya and Jabaliya. (al Jazeera)


1/4: Israel launches ground offensive in Gaza (al Jazeera)

Israeli forces have launched the second phase of their war on Gaza, and they have suffered casualties in the first hours of their ground offensive. On the Palestinian side, medical sources say 473 Palestinians have been killed in the nine days of conflict, with 2300 injured. (al Jazeera)


1/3: Israeli Troops Rolling Into Gaza (Associated Press)

Israel begins a ground invasion of Gaza, continues its assault on Hamas militants there. (Jan. 3, Associated Press)


1/3 Raw Video: Israeli Ground Troops Enter Gaza (Associated Press)

Israel's military says ground forces are crossing the Gaza border in an escalation of Israel's week-old offensive against the territory's militant Hamas rulers.(Jan. 3, Associated Press)


1/1 CAIR: Muslim Passengers Removed From DC Flight

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) said that nine American Muslims, most of them headed to Florida for a vacation with family members, were removed from an AirTran Airways flight Thursday afternoon at Reagan National Airport. The group said the incident began when another passenger complained about something that was said while boarding. Produced by CAIRtv also SEE: http://tinyurl.com/7b9tz6


1/2: A week of Israel's war on Gaza (al Jazeera)

Israel's aerial assault on Gaza continues for a seventh day. (al Jazeera)


1/2: Living in fear in Gaza City (al Jazeera)

The heavy Israeli aerial bombardment and threat of a ground offensive has forced Gazans to remain indoors for safety. Al Jazeera's Sherine Tadros spent the evening with one family in Gaza City to see how they're coping.


1/1: Journos pushed out of Gaza? (Russia Today TV)

Israel's aerial assault on Gaza continues for a seventh day. (Russia Today TV)


Gaza - The silenced protest

Israeli's and Palestinian talk peace and protest against "Cast Led" - The siege and attack on Gaza. Produced by Israel Social TV.


1/2: Palestinians brave Israeli assault to return home (al Jazeera)

Since Hamas took over Gaza 18 months ago, Israel and Egypt have frequently closed the border and forbidden anyone to cross for weeks at a time. It's been more than a month since the Rafah border crossing into Egypt was open - leaving many Gazans stranded outside. But this week, Egypt opened the crossing once again, and as Amr El Kahky reports, many Gazan's are keen to get home, despite the Israeli bombardment. (al Jazeera)


1/1 Inside Story - Imprisoned in Gaza - part 2 (al Jazeera)

Today's Inside Story presenter Nick Clark is joined by Raanan Gissen, a former Israeli Defense Force official and senior advisor to former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon; Elias Hanna, a retired army general and military analyst; and Ehab Bessaiso, a lecturer in political communications at Cardiff University. (al Jazeera)


Israelis hit aid boat (CNN)

Former Rep. Cynthia McKinney says the aid ship she was on was rammed by an Israeli warship, an allegation Israel denies. (CNN)


Voyage of 'Dignity' (CNN)

An Israeli patrol boat struck a vessel carrying supplies to Gaza. CNN's Karl Penhaul was on board the "Dignity."


NYC Says Stop the Massacre of Palestinians! 12/30/08



We must act now, before the massacres continue! Over 200 people were killed in Gaza on Saturday, December 27 in a series of Israeli attacks - with US-made and paid for weaponry - upon the Palestinian people. These cold-blooded killings come on top of a siege on Gaza that has killed hundreds by depriving them of medical care, deprived Gazans of electricity, power and fuel and attempted to strangle the life of the Palestinian people in Gaza. The people of Gaza are standing steadfast in the face of these massacres but our voices must be heard to demand an immediate end to the massacres and an end to US aid to Israel! The Israeli military is promising more massacres - we must say no NOW!


12/31: Fighting in Gaza continues (Russia Today)

Violence is ongoing in Gaza as an Israeli aircraft is believed to have hit several Hamas positions in the area. Israeli forces are also reported to have targeted smuggling tunnels linking Gaza and Egypt. The fighting comes despite calls for Israel and Hamas to reach a ceasefire agreement. (Russia Today)


12/31: US military aid underpins Gaza offensive (al Jazeera)

Israel receives billions of dollars in military aid from the US each year, much of it spent on American weaponry which US law says must only be used in self-defence. But experts say there is little chance of cuts in aid to Israel despite its military operation in Gaza. Al Jazeera's Nick Spicer reports.


12/31: The world reacts on the attacks on Gaza (al Jazeera)

Across the Arab world as well as in the US, protests are being held against the Israeli air strikes on Gaza. In Dubai, official celebrations have been cancelled as a sign of solidarity with people of Gaza. Mohamed Vall gathers reactions from around the world. (al Jazeera)


12/31: Gazans live in fear of further attacks (al Jazeera)

Al Jazeera's Sherine Tadros reports from Gaza, where hundreds of thousands of Palestinians are living in fear of the next Israeli attack. People are afraid to go out, but as they still have to eat, they are lining up outside the few bakeries still open to grab what they can before they hurry back home. (al Jazeera)


12/31: Mahmoud Abbas' addresses the Palestinian people (al Jazeera)

Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian president, has addressed the Palestinian people in a TV broadcast speech. He called for national unity as the march towards independence "must continue". He condemned the Israeli bombardment of Gaza as a "barbaric and criminal aggression", and urged the international community to take action against the strikes. (al Jazeera)


12/30: Nowhere to run for those trapped in Gaza (al Jazeera)

Palestinian families are wondering whether they will become the next target after four days of Israeli air raids on the Gaza Strip. As Sherine Tadros reports, there are few places to hide, and civilian casualties continue to rise. (al Jazeera)


12/30: Israeli Arabs show solidarity with Gaza brothers (Russia Today TV)

Israeli Police say Hamas militants have fired rockets over the border from Gaza deeper into Israel than ever before. Missiles reached the city of Beersheba, which is 28 miles from Gaza. Four people have been killed in Israel where many are divided by the hostilities. (Russia Today TV)


12/29: UN calls for Israel to open Gaza border to aid (al Jazeera)

UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon called on Israel to address the humanitarian crisis in the Gaza strip.(Associated Press Video via al Jazeera)


12/29: San Francisco in Solidarity with the People of Gaza!

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12/29: Gaza humanitarian crisis deepening (Russia Today TV)

Israels deliberate targeting of civilian buildings such as mosques and universities in Gaza is deepening the humanitarian crisis in the Hamas-controlled area, says eyewitness Eva Bartlett from the International Solidarity Movement. (Russia Today TV)


12/29: Who gains from Gaza crisis? (Russia Today TV)

Israel has pledged to fight Hamas to the death. Defence Minister Ehud Barack has said that the ongoing air strikes on Gaza are a war to the bitter end against Hamas militants. Four Israelis and 360 Palestinians have been killed since the attacks began on Saturday. Many in Israel are asking why now. Hamas, they say, has been firing Qassam rockets at them for eight years. Questions are now being asked about whether the war is linked to Israeli elections, due to be held in six weeks. The early poll was called after Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was charged with corruption. (Russia Today TV)


12/28: March in Support of Gaza NYC

A group of Chasidic Jews led the pack Sunday from Rockefeller Center to the Israeli consulate.


12/28: Chicago Protests Israeli Attacks on Gaza (Labor Beat)

Scenes, interview, speech excerpts from the Dec. 28, 2008 at Chicago (Michigan Ave.) protests against Israeli attacks on Gaza. Produced by Labor Beat. Labor Beat is a CAN TV Community Partner.


12/29: Israel pounds Gaza for a third consecutive day (Al Jazeera)

Israeli jets are again bombing targets in the Gaza Strip. The air assualt is now into a third day. Warships have also been involved in the attacks, shelling the area around Gaza's port. The death toll in Gaza has risen to 318. A UN agency says at least 51 of those victims were civilians. Despite the onslaught, the Palestinian resistance continues. Rockets fired from Gaza have killed one person and injured seven in the city of Ashkelon. Roza Ibragimova reports.(Al Jazeera)


12/29: Protesters speak out against Gaza raids (Al Jazeera)

The Israeli offensive has been largely met with quiet approval in the US. But there have been protests in Washington and South America as Tom Ackerman reports.(Al Jazeera)


12/28: 300 dead in Gaza as Israel gears up for ground assault (Russia Today TV)

Israeli fighter jets have killed 300 people in Gaza in two days of air strikes against Hamas. In the latest attacks, at least seven were killed early on Monday. Islamic extremists are calling for a new intifada against Israel (Russia Today TV)


12/28: Israeli Troops Near Gaza, Airstrikes Continue (AP Video)
Israeli warplanes pressing one of Israel's deadliest assaults ever on Palestinian militants dropped bombs and missiles on a top security installation, smuggling tunnels and dozens of other targets across Hamas-ruled Gaza on Sunday (Associated Press Video)

12/28/09 New York City: Thousands Rally in Rockefeller Center Against Israeli Aggression, read the report: http://www.thesitch.com/activism/2008/12/rockefeller-center-rally/

12/27: White House Responds to Violence in Gaza
A White House spokesman on Saturday 12/27 defending Israel attacking Gaza, said the US wants Gaza to stop its rocket attacks against Israel. Gordon Johndroe said President-elect is receiving briefings about the situation in the Middle East (by Associated Press)

12/27: Israeli Air Force release video attacking targets in Gaza
The Israeli Air Force has released footage from one of the airstrikes on an underground rocket launcher. The two captions in Hebrew that come into the video state the underground launcher,was between civilian homes. The second pointed out an exploding rocket as a result of the direct hit from the plane.

12/27: UN blasts Israel over Gaza massacre (Russia Today TV)    

Russia Today TV, the UN Security Council is holding a closed emergency session in New York to discuss the latest Israeli attacks on Gaza.


12/27: Israel launches air strikes on Gaza (Russia Today TV) 
By Russia Today TV, at least 155 people are reported to have been killed and more than 200 injured after Israel launched air strikes on Gaza city. The action targeting Hamas has caused widespread destruction and civilian casualties. It comes just a week after the collapse of a truce between Palestinian militants and Israel.


BY: sosotv URL: http://www.youtube.com/user/sosotv


12/27: Israel launches missile attacks on Gaza (Al-Jazeera)
The world has been reacting to the massive Israeli bombardment of Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip, which is said by Palestinian sources to have claimed some 200 lives! [Al-Jazeera]according to Israel, just the beginning. A wave of missile attacks on the Gaza Strip, which began on Saturday morning, bombarded security compounds belonging to Hamas, which controls the coastal territory. Clayton Swisher reports.


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