Reportedly a cetacean commando working for the Israeli Defense Forces was caught by Hamas operatives as it was making suspicious movements off the coast of Gaza. When Hamas combat divers (I had no idea they had such a thing) examined the dolphin spy, they said it was strapped with a camera, a monitoring device and an…
Everyone talks about Gaza, but few people really know what the hell is going on and how did it all get to this point. French newspaper Le Monde created this easy to follow animated map that clearly explains all you need to know. Just the pure facts laid out in a clear way. A must watch.
These before and after satellite images show a small sample of the destruction of several areas in Gaza. The United Nations Operational Satellite Applications Program has also published damage assessment documents with a detailed count of destructed and damaged structures.
Google has pulled a mobile game from the Play Store which allowed users to simulate Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip—inviting them to "drop bombs and avoid killing civilians"—after (understandable) public backlash.
German astronaut Alexander Gerst reports live with this photo of Gaza from the International Space Station. This is his description. "My saddest photo yet. From #ISS we can actually see explosions and rockets flying over #Gaza & #Israel"
It happens to everyone, Israel, don't worry—one of the IDF's drones was either shot down or malfunctioned above Gaza. Now Hamas has it.
This is the Israeli Defense Force's official YouTube channel, where they are posting several gun camera videos per day of bombs falling on Gaza. That is, until Google temporarily shut it down.
People in Gaza have been blockaded by the Israeli government for about a year, and as a result gas prices in this small region have skyrocketed. To deal with the situation, two Gazan entrepreneurs innovated a way to convert old Peugots into electric cars — their technique only costs $2500 bucks, and the…