Palestinians dancing dabkeh, the Arab folk dance, in front of Israeli snipers in Gaza. Palestinian dabkeh jumps may have origins in Canaanite fertility used to scare away evil forces and protect security and growth. Source: .
In light of yesterday’s horrific violence in Gaza, in which more than 50 Palestinians were killed and more than 2000 wounded by Israeli snipers, it’s important to understand the desperate situation out of which these protests have arisen.
Lebanese actress Manal Issa holds a sign that reads "Stop the Attack on Gaza" at the premiere of "Solo: A Star Wars Story" at #Cannes2018 . Israeli soldiers shot and killed 59 Palestinians in mass protests on the Gaza border on Monday. (Photo by Vianney Le Caer/Invision/AP)
In Jerusalem, White House adviser Ivanka Trump celebrates the opening of the U.S. embassy. In Gaza, at least 43 Palestinians were killed and nearly 2,000 injured by the Israeli army for peacefully protesting during the #GreatMarchOfReturn .