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Farming under siege: Working the land in Gaza

The beginning of the buffer zone in Beit Hanoun in the occupied Gaza Strip. Photo by Corporate Watch, November 2013

5th July 2014 | Corporate Watch, Tom Anderson and Therezia Cooper | Gaza, Occupied Palestine Corporate Watch researchers visited the Gaza Strip during November and December 2013 and carried out interviews with farmers in Beit Hanoun, Al Zaytoun, Khaza’a, Al Maghazi and ...

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The Palestine Trauma Centre – psychological support for Gaza

PTC Gaza (Photo by Paramedics in Gaza)

30th April 2014 | Paramedics in Gaza | Gaza, Occupied Palestine We connected with the Palestine Trauma Centre (PTC) before we had left the UK. Within a few days of contact with them they had resolved all of our complicated visa issues ...

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British war cemetery not immune to Gaza siege

Moshe Dayan sought to exhume the five Jewish graves in the Gaza War Cemetery. (Joe Catron)

21st April 2014 | The Electronic Intifada, Joe Catron | Gaza City, Occupied Palestine On a recent, sunny afternoon, Kath Henwood, a Yorkshire paramedic volunteering in the Gaza Strip, walked through rows of headstones at the Gaza War Cemetery with a ...

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Five Years After the Cast Lead Operation: ‘Gaza Writes Back’

Five Years After the Cast Lead Operation: 'Gaza Writes Back'

28th December 2013 | Arabic Literature (in English), M. Lynx Qualey | Cairo, Egypt It was five years ago that Cast Lead began. Now a book of short stories, Gaza Writes Back, marks the anniversary. The book’s editor, Refaat Alareer, answers questions about the collection:  ArabLit: How ...

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17 January 2009 – The Al Ashqar family

Sabri with his mother Nujoud Al Ashqar (Photo: Palestinian Centre for Human Rights)

17 January 2012 | Palestinian Centre for Human Rights “Madleen refuses to sleep by herself; she will only sleep in her parent’s room” says Nujoud, “she’s afraid to be by herself at all. The other day we were in the ...

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16 January 2009 – The Shurrab family

Mohammed Shurrab (Photo: Palestinian Centre for Human Rights)

16 January 2012 | Palestinian Centre for Human Rights “Can I go to a court to restore my sons? No” says Mohammed. “What is the point in bringing the soldiers who killed my sons to justice when there will simply ...

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15 January 2009: The al-Nadeem family

Majda al-Nadeem with her sons Mohannad, Firas, and Bashar (Photo: Palestinian Centre for Human Rights)

15 January 2012 | Palestinian Centre for Human Rights “Naser used to help the children with their school work, especially English and mathematics. Now that is my duty. Nothing can compensate me for the loss of my husband. He was ...

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14 January 2009 – Muhammed Mousa

Mahammed Mousa (Photo: Palestinian Centre for Human Rights)

14 January 2012 | Palestinian Centre for Human Rights “We would stay up late at night talking with each other about what had happened over the day, we were brothers, if ever I needed anything I could go to them ...

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13 January 2009: Hibba al-Najjar

Hibba al-Najjar (17) sitting opposite her home in Khuza'a village (Photo: Palestinian Centre for Human Rights)

13 January 2012 | Palestinian Centre for Human Rights “The first two years I could manage but this year I have been suffering a lot from the loss of my mother. When I see girls from my school with their ...

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