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“…but still with a few hope in our hearts”

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20th May 2015 | Inas Jam | Khuzaa, Gaza. Editor’s note: This is the testimony of a 23 year old woman who survived the land invasion of Khuzaa, Gaza, in the summer of 2014. This is the original version of her writings and no edits ...

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Journal: Khuza’a, the farm life

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31st March | Rina Andolini | Khuza’a, Occupied Palestine This is what conversations in Gaza consist of: I asked, “When they are shooting, what’s the best thing to do?” “Get down on the ground,” he answered, “and move away quick as you can.” It ...

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Journal: Farming in Gaza near the Buffer Zone

Khuza'a Buffer Zone in December 2012 (photo by ISM).

9th November | Rina Andolini | Khuza’a, Occupied Palestine The farmers are rarely talked about. They blend into the background of the lands beyond the destroyed buildings of the towns. The reality is though, they are facing a battle themselves. Many farmers ...

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An eyewitness to genocide: a night in Khuza’a

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31st July 2014 | Sarah Algherbawi | Gaza, Occupied Palestine Khuza’a is a 4000 acres town that lies east of Khan Younis city in the southern area of Gaza, with a population of almost 11,000 people. On Monday night, July the ...

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Gaza man “kidnapped” by Israel in Sinai, says family

Wael Abu Rida. (Photo by Samidoun: Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network)

11th October 2013 | The Electronic Intifada, Joe Catron | Khan Younis, Occupied Palestine The abduction of a Palestinian-Egyptian from the Sinai on the eve of Egypt’s 3 July coup has highlighted the network of collaborators and agents working with Israel in the ...

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