This is the sixth month since the current Israel-Hamas conflict commenced. I have been keeping copies of selected online content since 7 October 2023.

Many of these posts feature on my X page (@garybunt), and are usually posted there first, along with related materials and extra links (there’s often a time lag between posting on X and posting here!). The intention here is to keep a record of these posts (X posts disappear from time to time) and other content. I’m planning to write about these sources in due course.

There are thousands of potential posts, so only a snapshot of activities follows. Warning: some posts contain images of violence and injuries.

Sequencing is date-related. The pages (from various months) link back to the earliest days of this crisis. Scrolling and loading the page can take some time (depending on net access/bandwidth).

As with all other posts here and elsewhere, reposting and retweeting is for recording, information and research purposes – and does not necessarily imply endorsement. For reasons of time, I don’t have time to comment on each post individually here:

I’m working through this long read (above) at present.

Al Jazeera Investigations, October 7, 20 Mar 2024 (YouTube page). “Hamas’s incursion into Israel on October 7 transformed the politics of the Middle East. Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit (I-Unit) has carried out a forensic analysis of the events of that day – examining seven hours of footage from CCTV, dashcams, personal phones and headcams of dead Hamas fighters, and drawing up a comprehensive list of those killed.” I cannot embed the video here due to access restrictions. Use the link above to go directly to YouTube. I have not seen the programme yet.

Arab News, Israeli soldiers show Gaza destruction with ‘mocking’ musical background, sparking fresh social media backlash, 15 Mar 2024. ” A video showing Israeli soldiers documenting the extensive destruction in Gaza while playing a mocking song in the background has sparked a fresh backlash on social media.”


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