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They're stressed to the limit treating them. Medications and other supplies are running out fast. Life-saving ones have been exhausted. Catastrophic describes conditions they're dealing with.

Israel hijacked the Al-Quds Palestinian satellite channel. Propaganda reports told viewers that Hamas leaders were hiding in sewers like "mice and rats."

Israel bombed media sites multiple times. On Sunday, two buildings were struck. At least six journalists were injured. Al-Quds TV cameraman Khader al-Zahhar lost a leg. Severe injuries required amputation.

On Wednesday, more attacks followed. Israel wants truth silenced. On November 21, the Palestinian Center for Development & Media Freedoms ( MADA ) said Israel killed Aqsa TV cameramen Salamah and Al-Komi.

They were traveling in a clearly marked Al-Aqsa TV car. Israel willfully targeted them. MADA called killing them a "heinous crime." Over the past decade, Israel murdered 20 regional journalists. Four were killed during Cast Lead. So far, three died during Pillar of Cloud.

MADA demanded an international investigation. It wants Israel held accountable. Impunity encourages more crimes.

Bombing destroyed a Khan Younis police headquarters and nearby buildings. Gaza's Interior Ministry building was destroyed. So was a major bridge linking Gaza City with southern Gaza.

Cyber attacks target Israel. A massive campaign continues. Israel admitted war is being waged on three fronts: on the ground, social networks and cyberspace. Add scoundrel media reports. They're consistently pro-Israeli.

Since November 14, Israeli Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz said over 60 million cyberattacks targeted government web sites. Countermeasures foiled most of them, he claimed.

The online activist group Anonymous said it hacked dozens of Israeli state agency sites and a major bank. It claims 650 were disabled or defaced.

Anonymous #OpIsrael declared cyberwar. It retaliated against Israel's "barbaric, brutal and despicable treatment of the Palestinian people" and for "publicly threaten(ing) to sever all Internet and other telecommunications into and out of Gaza."

"NO ONE shuts down the Internet on our watch," it added. A YouTube video said:

"We call on the Anonymous Collective to hack, deface, docks, hijack, database leak, admin takeover, four oh four and DNS terminate the Israeli Cyberspace by any means necessary."  

"To the Israeli Government, Anonymous has grown tired of your bullying, and now you will see the result of your actions. Cyber war has been declared on Israel cyber space and you will see exactly what we are capable of."

Pre-dawn Wednesday, Anonymous hijacked Deputy Prime Minister Silvan Shalom's Twitter account. It tweeted "END THE OCCUPATION. FREE PALESTINE. PALESTINE WE LOVE YOU."

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