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The pirates of the Mediterranean

5 March 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, Gaza Government measures on the sea, even if they are illegal, are not an act of piracy, according to international law. The actions of the Israeli military are not likely to have been ...

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Israel’s attack on civilians: two children killed

23 March 2011 | International Solidarity Movement Until now I am doubting whether to upload the horrific pictures of the latest fatalities of Israel’s attacks on Gaza. They show what remains of 15-year-old Qasem Salah Abu Uteiwi and his 16-year-old ...

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Three killed in Gaza buffer zone

22 February 2011 | ISM Gaza Ashraf Abdellatif Iqtifan was born in Gaza City in 1980. He grew up surrounded by five brothers, two sisters, and everyday violence. When Ashraf was eleven years old, his 14-year-old brother Rami, who on his ...

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“I only have you to count on.”

Two of Nasser's children

24 February 2011 | Vera Macht, ISM Gaza “I only have you to count on. From now on, my children depend on you.” This was the desperate call of a man who sees no way out for himself and his children, ...

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Daily life in Gaza

4 February 2011 | Nathan Stuckey, International Solidarity Movement Gaza After spending six weeks waiting in Cairo I entered Gaza two weeks ago. I never would have guessed that Egypt would explode so soon after I left. Congratulations to the ...

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The price of dignity

08 February 2011 | International Women’s Peace Service By Kim Bullimore Currently there are more than 11,000 Palestinian political prisoners locked up in Israel’s jails. This week, I found out that my friend Hasan* (*not his real name) is one ...

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Another young stone-collector is killed in Gaza

20 January 2011 / International Solidarity Movement, Vera Macht It had been only eight days since the last innocent was killed. People die here one after another, killed one by one, without consequences, without justice, without an outcry in the ...

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