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Gaza’s economy shattered by Israeli siege

15th January 2014 | International Solidarity Movement, Rosa Schiano | Gaza, Occupied Palestine A recent report by the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture in Gaza says the Israeli authorities have closed Karm Abu Salem (Kerem Shalom) checkpoint, the Gaza Strip’s only ...

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The broken truce

21 January 2013 | GazaStories, Beit Lahiya, Gaza Strip, Occupied Palestine A ceasefire was announced on 21st November, ending eight days of horrific bloodshed in Gaza. Has the delicate truce held over the past two months? It depends who you ...

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17 January 2009 – The Al Ashqar family

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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10 January 2009: Wafa al-Radea

10 January 2012 | Palestinian Centre for Human Rights “When I left my children I was walking and my children had not seen my wounds. The most difficult moment was when I came back with only 1 leg and many ...

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8 January 2009: The Al-Rahel family

8 January 2012 | Palestinian Centre for Human Rights “The other children keep talking about Dima and the memories of both incidents. ‘We wish to die like Dima’ is what the children sometimes say to me because of all the ...

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1 January 2009: The Nasla family

1 January 12 | Palestinian Center for Human Rights “I wish that if our fate is to die, that we die together, I wouldn’t want anybody left to have to bear this sort of pain” On 1 January 2009 at around ...

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Nasr Ibrahim Alean was murdered by Israel Thursday

by Nathan Stuckey 7 November 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, Gaza Nasr Ibrahim Alean was a 23 year old farmer from Beit Lahia.  He was murdered on November 3, 2011.  He was picking strawberries in his field when he was ...

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