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 Deadly Incident

Over 100 Palestinians were killed and hundreds more were injured when Israeli troops opened fire on a crowd waiting for food aid in Gaza City. The incident took place on Harun al-Rashid Street, where aid trucks carrying flour were expected to arrive. Israeli soldiers claimed they thought the Palestinians posed a threat, leading to the tragic event. Many people were also run over by the aid trucks during the chaos.

International Response

Outrage and Condemnation

The Palestinian authorities and witnesses described the incident as a massacre, as people were desperately waiting for food aid. The United Nations and various countries, including Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Colombia, and France, condemned the attack and called for Israel to respect international humanitarian laws.

Denial and Defense

The Israeli military denied the allegations of intentionally causing harm and claimed that the situation escalated due to a stampede when the aid trucks arrived. They also stated that the risk of famine in Gaza is due to the lack of sufficient food supplies entering the region.

Political Fallout

The incident occurred during negotiations between Israel and Hamas to cease Israeli aggression and allow humanitarian aid into Gaza. Despite efforts from various countries, including the US, to seek answers and condemn the killings, the situation remains tragic with no immediate breakthrough expected.


 Tragedies are revealed

In the 146th Israeli offensive in the Gaza Strip, a deadly massacre killed more than 112 people and injured more than 250 who were waiting for help in the northern part of the besieged Strip

Despite Israel’s announcement that it is withdrawing the paratrooper unit from the fighting in Gaza, the military has acknowledged that identifying and destroying Hamas’ tactics is proving challenging

U.S. president Joe Biden has said that a ceasefire in Gaza may not happen as quickly as previously expected.

"The dough that killed them."

In the northern Gaza Strip, more than 112 Palestinians lost their lives and another 800 were injured in what is now known as the "Pishta Massacre" when occupying forces targeted them as they congregated for help on the Nabulsi road towards the distance. U.S. the president expressed concern that the incident could complicate hostage negotiations.

Al Jazeera reported that the death toll had risen to 112 due to difficult counts due to heavy Israeli shelling in the area

Distribution of animals

The Jordanian Armed Forces joined forces with Oman and Bahrain to deliver aid and food aid to Gaza twice. In addition, Egyptian and Emirati aircraft dropped aid on the Gaza Strip.

There are uncertainties

The Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigade signaled the fate of Israeli prisoners, indicating that Israeli families imprisoned in Gaza are now heading towards Jerusalem, some of whom may have died as a result of ongoing attacks in Gaza so.

 Violence is widespread

Two settlers were killed in a shootout near Eli's settlement in the West Bank, while Israeli forces reported killing a Palestinian near a gas station

A young man was buried after being killed by Israeli soldiers in Nablus. The number of detainees in the West Bank rose to 7,325, with 20 Palestinians now under arrest.

The actions of Hezbollah

Hezbollah attacked Israeli positions in Lebanon, causing casualties on both sides. There is speculation that Israel may conduct ground operations in southern Lebanon in the near future.

International participation

The United States and Britain launched an offensive in Yemen targeting the coastal province of Hodeida. The Houthis vowed to continue their operations in support of the Palestinians in Gaza.

These new developments highlight the ongoing conflict and tragedy in the region.

Kuwait in a Week

February 29, 2024

Al-Islah Congratulates His Highness the Emir
Dr. Khaled Extends Congratulations
In the awesome celebration happening in Kuwait called the National Days. Dr. Khaled, the Chairman of the Social Reform Society, sent his best wishes to His Highness the Emir and all the people of Kuwait for Independence Day and Liberation Day. He hopes that God will bring lots of goodness and blessings to the country.
Haffadh Sends Warmest Congratulations
Abdulaziz Al-Rifai's Message
Another cool guy, Abdulaziz Al-Rifai, who is the Chairman of the Kuwaiti Charitable Society, Haffadh, also congratulated His Highness the Emir and the people of Kuwait for National Day and Liberation Day. He hopes that God will protect Kuwait and its people from any harm.
Kuwait Mercy Caravans 3
International Mercy Society's Aid Campaign
Guess what? The International Mercy Society is starting a campaign called "Kuwait Mercy Caravans 3" to help people in need in different countries. Dr. Adnan Al-Haddad, the Deputy Director General, congratulated His Highness the Emir for the country's independence and liberation anniversaries. The campaign will provide food, relief, and medical aid to people in countries like Turkey, Jordan, Yemen, and more.
Awqaf and Namaa Charity Secretariat
2,499 Students Benefit from Sponsorship
Namaa Charity, in partnership with the General Secretariat of Endowments, is supporting 2,499 students with their university education. This project helps students who can't afford tuition fees. It's all about supporting scholars and students inside and outside Kuwait.
Kuwait: What's Happening in Gaza
75 Years of Occupation
In Kuwait, there's a discussion about the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories. The Kuwaiti Ambassador to The Hague, Ali Ahmed Al-Dhafiri, spoke about the violations happening in Gaza. He mentioned that the occupation has been going on for 75 years, and it's a serious issue violating international law.

The General Secretariat of Endowments opens an educational complex in Indonesia
Bringing Education to Indonesia
The General Secretariat of Endowments recently opened an educational complex on the island of Java in Indonesia. This project was done in collaboration with the International Mercy Society. The complex, which cost 120 thousand Kuwaiti dinars, aims to provide educational opportunities for students in the region.
What's Inside the Complex?
The complex covers an area of 1,433 square meters and can accommodate around 250 students. It includes a mosque, classrooms, housing for orphans and teachers, a kitchen, and a dining hall. This facility will serve middle and high school students in the area.
“Namaa Charity” concludes its relief trip to Jordan in partnership with “Al-Maali Club”
Helping Those in Need
Nama Charity, in partnership with the Al-Maali Club, recently completed a relief trip to Jordan. During this trip, they distributed 250 food baskets and 400 heating baskets to Syrian refugees. They also visited patients' families to meet their needs and distributed 100 food baskets to Palestinian families. Additionally, they visited schools and orphanages supported by Namaa Charity in Jordan.
Commitment to Helping Others
The Director of the Relief Department at Namaa Charity, Khaled Mubarak Al-Shammari, emphasized Kuwait's commitment to aiding those in need. Through this relief trip, Namaa Charity was able to provide essential support to Syrian refugees and Palestinian families in Jordan.
Promoting Volunteerism
Namaa Charity is dedicated to promoting volunteerism and encouraging community involvement in charitable work. They provide support and training to volunteers to enhance their skills and effectiveness in serving the community. Through educational programs, Namaa Charity aims to instill a love for volunteering in future generations and raise awareness about the importance of giving back to the community.

Celebrations in Kuwait

Today is a special day in Kuwait as the country celebrates its 63rd National Day. The streets are filled with flags and there are military air shows in the sky. Musical bands are marching around, adding to the festive atmosphere.

Congratulations from Around the World

Countries from all over the world  are congratulating Prince Mishal on this important day. The Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Meshaal Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, has received telegrams of congratulations from heads of state and leaders of countries.

History of National Day

The first National Day celebrations in Kuwait took place on June 19, 1962. Since then, Kuwait has been celebrating its independence day on February 25 every year. The late Emir Sheikh Abdullah Al-Salem Al-Sabah played a significant role in Kuwait's independence.

Constitutional Development

Since 1962, Kuwait has been working on strengthening its political system. A draft constitution was ratified in November 1962, leading to the first legislative elections on January 23, 1963.

Progress and Achievements

Since gaining independence, Kuwait has made great strides in its development. The country has established strong relations with other nations and has played a key role in regional and international cooperation efforts.

Previous Celebrations

Over the years, National Day celebrations in Kuwait have evolved. In the 1970s and 1980s, celebrations took place along the Arabian Gulf Street with the participation of various institutions and school students. In 1985, "Flag Square" was prepared to hold National Day celebrations, featuring the tallest flagpole for the Kuwaiti flag.

Kuwait in a week

February 22, 2024


Al-Hayat Charity Congratulates Kuwait on National Occasions

Hey everyone! Al-Hayat Charity Society wants to give a big shoutout to the leaders and people of Kuwait on their National Day and Liberation Day. They're sending good vibes and prayers for Kuwait to stay safe and happy.

“Way to You, Gaza” Marathon

Guess what? Al-Hayat Charity Society recently organized a marathon called “Way to You, Gaza” with the help of some awesome volunteers. People of all ages came together to run and show support for Gaza.

Why the Marathon?

Dr. Khaled Al-Shatti, from Al-Hayat Charity Society, said that Kuwaitis care a lot about their friends in Gaza. The marathon was a way to show solidarity and support for the people of Gaza. It was a fun event for families and young people to come together and spread love.

Supporting Palestine

Al-Hayat Charity Society has been helping out in Gaza by sending supplies and support. They've even sent 5 flights of aid, including tons of dates and tents for the displaced people. They're also providing food and meals to those in need.

“Hofath”: Helping Thousands in Need

Another awesome group, Hofath, is doing great things too! They're helping over 210,000 people with Quranic and humanitarian projects in Kuwait and 15 other countries. They're building mosques, printing Qur’ans, and providing water, food, and livelihood support to those in need.

Kuwait International Story Writing Competition

Exciting news! The sixth Kuwait International Children’s Story Writing Competition is starting soon. It's all about encouraging kids to get creative and share their stories. This competition is part of Kuwait's efforts to promote volunteerism and charitable work among children.

Encouraging Endowment and Charitable Work

The General Secretariat of Endowments has just launched the Kuwait International Children’s Story Competition, focusing on endowment, charitable, and volunteer work. This is the sixth edition of the competition, and it is being held under the patronage of Faisal Al-Gharib, the Minister of Justice, Minister of Endowments and Islamic Affairs, and Chairman of the Endowment Affairs Council.

During a press conference, Nasser Mohammed Al-Hamad, the Acting Secretary-General of the Secretariat, highlighted the importance of the competition in promoting awareness about endowment and its role in serving society. The competition aims to educate children about endowment, volunteerism, and charitable work, while also nurturing their talents in storytelling.

Previous editions of the competition have seen a significant number of participants from various countries. The Secretariat hopes to continue spreading the concept of endowment and charitable work among children to instill Islamic and moral values.

Providing Support in Times of Need

Kuwait has initiated the establishment of a field hospital in Rafah, located in the southern part of the Gaza Strip. The hospital aims to accommodate the growing number of wounded, injured, and sick individuals in the area.

The hospital, spanning 1,300 square meters and situated near the Kuwaiti Hospital, is being constructed with the support of Kuwaiti, Arab, and international charitable organizations. It will offer various services, including overnight and emergency departments, ambulance stations, and new departments such as surgical and maternity units.

The Director of the Kuwait Specialized Hospital, Suhaib Al-Hams, emphasized the importance of providing medical support to the people of Rafah, especially in the face of potential ground invasions by the Israeli occupation army. The hospital aims to strengthen the Palestinian community and combat health system challenges.

Namaa Charity Celebrates Kuwait National Days

In honor of Kuwait National Days, Namaa Charity and the Social Reform Society have unveiled a series of cultural and documentary publications that showcase Kuwait’s rich history and cultural significance. Abdulaziz Al-Kandari, the head of the Communications and Information Technology Sector, announced two new publications: “Our Souls, Our Walls” and “The Story of a Homeland.”

“Our Souls, Our Walls” delves into Kuwait’s history of building walls as a symbol of its peaceful policies and commitment to security and stability. The publication traces the construction of various walls throughout Kuwait’s history, highlighting their role in safeguarding the nation’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.

From the first wall built in 1756 AD to the trenches separating Kuwait and Iraq after the liberation of Kuwait in 1991 AD, the publication chronicles the evolution of Kuwait’s defensive structures and their significance in the country’s development.


  Israeli Aggression Continues

On the 136th day of the Israeli war on Gaza, the aggression against the Gaza Strip is ongoing, leading to more humanitarian crises. At the same time, the International Court of Justice has started hearings on the legal consequences of the occupation of Palestinian territories in 1967.

Palestinian Hospitals Struggle

The Palestine Red Crescent Society reported that the water desalination plant at Al Amal Hospital in Khan Yunis was damaged by Israeli forces, leaving the hospital with only 3 days' worth of drinking water. Hospitals in northern Gaza are also without electricity due to the occupation preventing fuel delivery.

Diplomatic Tensions

Brazil's President withdrew the country's ambassador from Israel after accusing Israel of committing "genocide" in Gaza. In response, Israel summoned the Brazilian ambassador for a reprimand.

Field Updates

The Al-Qassam Brigades targeted an Israeli force in Khan Yunis, while the Al-Quds Brigades bombed Israeli soldiers in the Netzarim area. The Israeli government continues efforts to release prisoners in Gaza, claiming Hamas uses hospitals for military purposes.

Settler Attacks

Israeli forces arrested 25 citizens in the West Bank, and settlers attacked homes and vehicles in Burqa. Palestinians in Ramallah threw stones at occupation vehicles, leading to clashes.

Israel Faces International Justice

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu criticized the International Court of Justice's hearings on the legal consequences of the occupation. The court sessions will continue with the participation of 52 countries and international organizations.

Targeting Lebanon

Israeli forces targeted Hezbollah weapons depots in Ghaziyeh, Lebanon, in response to a drone attack. Hezbollah retaliated by targeting Israeli sites in Lebanon. The European Union launched a defensive mission in the Red Sea to protect ships from Houthi attacks. 

Imprisonment and Hope for Freedom

 Major political figure in Pakistan, Imran Khan, was imprisoned last August and has been facing further challenges. His supporters remain steadfast in their belief that he will soon be released from prison and his record will be cleared. They vehemently assert that all accusations leveled against him are baseless fabrications designed to thwart his political ambitions.

A bunch of legal experts say that the decisions against Imran Khan can still be changed, and his lawyer is working hard to prove that he's innocent. But it might take some time because the military in Pakistan is making things difficult for him. 

Support from the People

When reporters went around Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, they found out that a lot of different people really like Imran Khan. They think he's a hero and a great guy. Even people from other political parties feel bad for him because they think he's been treated unfairly.

Some people believe that the recent elections in Pakistan were rigged to make it seem like Imran Khan's supporters didn't win as many seats as they actually did. They say that the results were messed with at the last minute to make it look like Imran Khan's party didn't do as well as they really did.

Protests and Hope for Justice

There have been protests in Pakistan against the election results that brought Imran Khan down. His supporters are fighting for him to be released from prison and for the truth to come out. They believe that the courts will prove that he's innocent.

Even regular people in Pakistan, not just his supporters, think that Imran Khan will be set free soon. They believe that the accusations against him are all lies and that he will be proven innocent.

Political Rivalry and False Accusations

A lawyer named Arif Chaudhry thinks that Imran Khan will be free soon. He says that all the cases against him are just made up to stop him from being a part of politics. Chaudhry has been a lawyer for a long time and he's sure that Imran Khan will be cleared of all charges.

Chaudhry also says that Imran Khan is really popular in Pakistan because he cares about the people and tries to help them. He built hospitals, schools, and universities to make life better for everyone. People believe in him and support him because they know he's a good leader.

Dr. Sajid Iqbal, a distinguished Professor of Islamic and Civil Law at the University of Business Administration and Technology in Lahore, shared his insights on the recent electoral process during a meeting in Islamabad. He expressed concerns about the numerous manipulations that marred the electoral process, leading to inaccurate results in various constituencies across the country. Dr. Iqbal highlighted the objections raised against multiple results in different regions.

Despite his affiliation with the Jamaat-e-Islami, a political rival to the PTI, Dr. Iqbal voted for its candidate in Lahore. He criticized the authorities for obstructing Imran Khan's supporters, preventing them from achieving favorable results in the elections. Dr. Iqbal emphasized that despite these obstacles, Imran Khan's party secured the highest number of votes, suggesting that fair elections would have resulted in even greater support.

In response to the charges against Imran Khan, Dr. Iqbal dismissed them as politically motivated and lacking legal merit. He expressed confidence that the Supreme Court would dismiss the charges, leading to Imran Khan's release from prison.

Political analyst Asima Wadud echoed concerns about military interference in politics, which she believes has hindered democracy and weakened government institutions. In an interview with Al Jazeera Net, Wadud criticized the army's attempts to influence the election outcome and prevent Imran Khan's supporters from forming the government.

Wadud lamented the army's interference in coalition government formation, which she viewed as a strategy to undermine the will of the people. She emphasized the need to respect the voters' choice and allow for a fair and transparent electoral process.


Inflicting Heavy Losses

Abu Ubaida, the spokesman for the Al-Qassam Brigades, recently stated that the Mujahideen of the Brigades are causing significant damage to the Israeli occupation army. Despite efforts to protect them, Israeli prisoners in the Gaza Strip are facing large losses.

Abu Ubaida shared in an exclusive speech on Al Jazeera that the Al-Qassam Brigades are continuously causing heavy losses to the Israeli occupation army. They are destroying armor, setting up precise ambushes, and professionally sniping officers. The fighters are always ready and strike when the enemy least expects it.

Field Achievements

Abu Ubaida mentioned that the Al-Qassam Brigades are not concerned with refuting the enemy's claims. The occupation army's statements are seen as false propaganda that will be proven wrong in the future.

The spokesman emphasized that the political goals of the occupation leaders will lead to their downfall and disgrace. The Al-Qassam Brigades are focused on their mission and will continue fighting until the last soldier leaves Gaza.

Situation of Occupation Prisoners

Abu Ubaida expressed concern for the Israeli prisoners in Gaza, stating that their losses are significant and they are struggling to survive. Despite warnings, the occupation leadership continues to ignore their plight.

The Al-Qassam Brigades have tried to protect and care for the enemy's prisoners to achieve a humanitarian goal of liberating their own oppressed prisoners. The prisoners are suffering, and the responsibility lies with the enemy's leadership and army. It is important to note that Abu Ubaida's last public statement was a month ago, where he discussed the removal of a thousand Israeli military vehicles during the 100 days of the Israeli war on Gaza. Source: Al Jazeera


Previous Clashes

Before, there were fights between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces between Omdurman and Khartoum.

Meeting of Forces

Military sources in the Sudanese army told Al Jazeera that army forces from northern Omdurman met with Corps of Engineers forces that were under siege by the Rapid Support Forces south of Omdurman. This meeting gives the Sudanese army a chance to control more parts of Omdurman.

Army Chief's Statement

The Sudanese Army Chief of Staff, Muhammad Othman Al-Hussein, said that this meeting is a step towards getting rid of the Rapid Support Forces from Omdurman.

Progress Update

The Sudanese army shared a video on Facebook showing their forces making progress in the areas north of Omdurman. They destroyed enemy vehicles and killed many Rapid Support Forces.

Recent Developments

Last week, the Sudanese army announced that they were making gains against the Rapid Support Forces in Omdurman. They are determined to achieve victory and defeat the Rapid Support Forces soon.

Failed Negotiations

Despite efforts by Saudi Arabia, the United States, and African organizations to bring peace, negotiations between the army and the Rapid Support Forces have not been successful. The war has caused many casualties and displaced millions of people.

Source: Al Jazeera + agencies


Israel's Attack on Iranian Gas Pipelines

Last Wednesday, Israel reportedly carried out attacks on two main natural gas pipelines inside Iran, disrupting the flow of heat and cooking gas to several provinces. This marks a significant escalation in the ongoing secret war between Israel and Iran, involving air, land, sea, and cyber-attacks.

Impact of the Attacks

The attacks targeted points along gas pipelines in Fars and Chahar Mahal Bakhtiari provinces, causing service outages in residential homes, government buildings, and major factories across at least five provinces in Iran. These pipelines transport gas from the south to major cities in the north, such as Tehran and Isfahan.

Consequences of the Attacks

Energy experts estimate that the attacks halted about 15% of Iran's daily natural gas production, affecting the country's vital infrastructure. The attacks required deep knowledge of Iranian infrastructure and careful coordination, according to Western officials and military strategists.

Disruption of Gas Flow

Iranian Oil Minister Jawad Oji stated that the enemy's plan was to disrupt gas flow in the winter to major cities and provinces in Iran. While Oji did not directly blame Israel, he mentioned that the aim was to damage Iran's energy infrastructure and incite domestic discontent.

Uncertainty Surrounding the Attacks

It remains unclear how the pipelines were struck, whether by drones, explosives, or other means. No party has claimed responsibility for the attacks, but Iranian officials suspect Israel due to the complexity and scope of the operation.

Response and Denials

Iran denied involvement in attacks against American and Israeli targets in the region, emphasizing that it does not seek direct war with the United States. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office declined to comment on the attacks.

Previous Incidents

Last December, Iran executed individuals accused of sabotage and links to Israeli intelligence. This hidden war between Iran and Israel has seen accusations of attacks on nuclear and missile programs, though Israel has neither confirmed nor denied these allegations.

Source: New York Times