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Gaza strip residents brace for more violence after Israeli shelling on northern Gaza City SOURCES 24/74 Israel-Gaza conflict Israel’s Shin Bet security personnel carry the coffin of 9-year-old Israeli boy Saher Al-Ashrawi during his funeral at the morgue of the Kamal Adwan hospital in Beit Lahiya, northern Gaza Strip 25/74 Israel-Gaza conflict Palestinian Al-Shifa family mourns over the coffin of their son, Abd al-Karim Al-Shifar, during his funeral in Gaza City EPA 26/74 Hamas fighters guard a border post on the Gaza-Israel border between the Gaza Strip, Israel Reuters 27/74 Hamas gunmen during a parade in Gaza City 28/74 Hamas fighters celebrate in the streets after the Hamas victory in the Gaza Strip 29/74 Day of Eid al-Adha celebrations Israeli Jews kill four worshippers at a mosque during a Passover festival in the southern city of Tel Aviv 30/74 Day of the Sun festival of lights, marked with the colors of the new moon, enters the holiest mosque in Islam Gaza 31/74 Israel-Gaza conflict A Palestinian man throws a stone thrown by Israeli soldiers during clashes with a Palestinian rickshaw on the wall near the security fence between Israel and the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip 32/74 Israel-Gaza conflict Palestinian worshippers light flowers and wave flags during the annual Haj pilgrimage to the shrine of thein Najaf, in Najaf, northern Gaza Strip EPA 33/74 Hamas gunmen from the Al-Shalam (Peace) movement during a parade in the northern city of Ramallah, East Jerusalem. The procession was held to mark the yearly Muslim pilgrimage (Hajj) to visit Mecca, the holiest place in Islam. Muslims slaughter a sacrificial animal and split the me바카라사이트at into three parts, one for the family, one for friends and relatives, and one for the poor and needy Reuters 34/74,000 Palestinians global cash crisis Israel-based credit union Palestinian bank accounts hit by North Korean sanctions attack the accounts of multiple Israeli companies, people who said they had little or no income, and who said no money w바카라사이트as available to pay the bank, which has millions of dollars of uncollected debt on its balance sheet, said a letter signed by nearly 1000 people who signed it Philanthropy International, a 예스카지노non-governmental organisation. The banks said they were the target of the sanctions because of the relationship their clients had with Palestinians who experienced conflict with Israel. Getty 35/74 Isis fighters in Syria A militant Islamist fighter waving a flag, cheers as he take

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