One of several schoolgirls suffering from teargas inhalation (Image via Younes Arar)
The teargassed schoolgirls
“Palestinian school girls suffering tear gas suffocation as their school was shot today morning with 10s of tear gas canisters and grenades by Zionist occupation forces in Hebron city, 19 November 2015.” Younas Arar
(Images via Younes Arar)
Death of protester from a rubber bullet injury
Mahmoud Elayyan with his mother (Image via Younes Arar)
“The 20 years old Palestinian Mahmoud Elayyan. She visited every doctor in occupied Palestine, in Jordan and even Brazil trying to find a proper cure to become pregnant, she planted once and twice and finally she succeeded, he was growing slowly inside her, she felt every breath, heartbeat and kick of him, until finally after 9 months he was born, it was like heaven for her and his dad, they called him Mahmoud, the father died later as Mahmoud was still a child and his mother become all his family and he was his mother’s heart, soul, life, she was watching him growing in front of her eyes, every moment of his life was unforgettable one, it was like magic, she tried the maximum she can to provide him the best of everything, and he grown up to become the son she always wanted, decent young man, loving, caring, full of life, love his people and land and eager for freedom. When this Intifada broke out he participated in every protest, he was always there, until the Zionist occupation forces decided to put an end to his life, shot him a bullet, they call it rubber bullets, but actually they are rubber coated metal bullets, he was shot in the head 10 days ago during a protest near Ramallah, he went in coma, Thursday night he died of his injury and yesterday he was buried, and his heart broken MOTHER was left behind, embracing his clothes, smelling and kissing them, sleeping on his bed, embracing his pillow, trying the best she can to be in touch with him through everything belongs to him, 21 November 2015.”
Mahmoud Elayyan in life and death (Images, Younes Arar)
The trashed radio station, Hebron by Younes Arar
Damage to radio station allegedly by “Zionist occupation forces”
(image by Younes Arar)
No matter what they do, the truth will be heard,
Al Khalil Radio Station in Hebron city (Al Khalil city) which was stormed today morning by Zionist occupation forces, destroyed its contents, stole transmission equipment and stopped it from working for six months, its the second station to be stopped in Hebron after Al Huriyya Radio Station, 21 November 2015.
(Images Younes Arar)
Carol Anne Grayson is an independent writer/researcher on global health/human rights/WOT and is Executive Producer of the Oscar nominated, Incident in New Baghdad. She is a Registered Mental Nurse with a Masters in Gender Culture and Development. Carol was awarded the ESRC, Michael Young Prize for Research 2009, and the COTT ‘Action = Life’ Human Rights Award’ for “upholding truth and justice”. She is also a survivor of US “collateral damage”.