Gaza Update: On Bloodiest Day After 2014 Offensive and within Land Day Activities

30 March 2018 — PCHR

Time: 18:30 GMT Ref: 40/2018 

Number of Killed Persons Amounts to 13 Civilians and Number of Wounded Increases to 1,031, including 218 Children and 34 Women


Further to the Press Release published by the Palestinian Center for Human rights (PCHR) at approximately 14:00 GMT on Friday, 30 March 2018, and According to the new field updates, the Land Day Activities continued in all border areas in the eastern Gaza Strip while the Israeli forces continued to target those participating in the peaceful assembly, increasing the number of killed persons until 20:00 of this day to 13 while the number of those wounded increased to 1,031, including 218 children and 34 women, in addition to hundreds who suffered tear gas inhalation.

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Facebook Listening through Your Smartphone, Britain’s “Patriot Act”, Why America Isn’t Great Anymore

30 March 2018 — Global Research

Is Facebook Listening through Your Smartphone Microphone? Whistleblower Says Yes

By True Publica, March 29 2018

A couple of years ago I had a pair of sunglasses stolen from my car when I forgot to take them with me when the car was being serviced. I complained to the garage and indignantly reported this important event to my wife. Spookily, the following day I started receiving ads in my Facebook feed for where I could buy exactly the same pair of sunglasses. Continue reading

France’s Bling-Bling Sarkozy Haunted by Ghost of Gaddafi By Finian Cunningham

26 March 2018 — Strategic Culture Foundation

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy is now under formal investigation over corruption charges that could see him end up behind bars for five years if found guilty. After 48 hours of police questioning last week, Sarkozy said the scandal was “making his life hell”. Critics would say it’s a fate deserved.

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If this happened in Alabama there would be uproar. In Israel, it’s the norm

29 March 2018 — Jonathan Cook

Israeli town freezes new housing project to stop entry of Palestinian citizens. But the mayor insists he’s not racist

Middle East Eye – 29 March 2018

How would you describe a white town in a southern state in the United States that froze the tender for plots of land in a new neighbourhood because it risked allowing blacks to move in? As racist?

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