a brief ceasefire has taken place. During this time, Palestinian families attempted to return to their homes, only to discover their homes no longer existed.
Many Gazan families spent the ceasefire trying to retrieve what belongings they could and sadly digging the bodies of their family members out of the rubble. So far more than 150 bodies have removed from the rubble of the cities that Israel destroyed. The number is expected to continue to grow.
Israel has now massacred more than 1050 people in its bloody and brutal assault on Gaza. Please join the rallies and actions in your cities to add your voice in protest against their actions. Please get involved in the Palestinian Boycott Divestment and Sanctions campaign and discuss with your church, place of worship, community group and union about joining the BDS campaign and passing motions condemning Israel's war crimes in Gaza.
The tweets included in this post are from the following journalists, photographers and bloggers: (click on their names to go directly to their twitter account):
Hazem Balousha - Palestinian journalist working in Gaza
Belal- Gaza - Palestinian doctor working in Gaza.
Noah Browning - Reuters journalist
Daniel Rivers - ITV News
Kate Benyon-Tinker - BBC
Jesse Rosenfeld - Independent Journalist in Gaza
ISM Palestine - International solidarity activists in Gaza & West Bank
Kelvin Brown - BBC journalist and photographer
Tamer El-Ghobashy - Wall St Journal Middle East Correspondent
International Red Cross
You can read the earlier posts in this "Reporting from Gaza" by clicking on the titles blow:
BEIT HANOUN & SHEJAIYA