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Israeli troops kill Gaza fishermen

17 February 2011 | Al Jazeera Israeli soldiers have killed three Palestinian fishermen along the Gaza-Israeli border, Palestinian medics have said. Gaza’s ministry of health said on Thursday that the men were killed overnight in the north of Gaza, near ...

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Israeli military kills shepherd in Beit Lahya

24 December 2010 | International Solidarity Movement, Gaza Yesterday morning Salama Abu Hashish, 20 years, was herding his sheep and goats in Beit Lahya, in northern Gaza, when the Israeli Occupation Forces shot him without any warning. The bullet hit ...

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Israeli forces shoot at Gaza bird-catchers, farmers

Eva Bartlett | The Electronic Intifada 20 November 2009 On 15 November at 8:30am, a number of young men went as usual to the land near Gaza’s northern border with Israel planning to catch birds. Amjad Hassanain, 27, was among ...

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All we’ve got left of him

Eva Bartlett | In Gaza 2 February 2009 Abdul Rahman Ghraben’s mother carried in a yellow plastic bag.  “This is his pant leg, and tiny pieces of him,”  she said, holding the knotted bag at the handles. Her husband had ...

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el Amoudi homeless

Eva Bartlett | In Gaza “Bissa flora,” he said. “Taste it, it’s delicious!” “It’s used for stomach ailments, and is extremely healthy.  Has vitamins A, B, C and D,” Osama translated for me.  The botanist sat by his tree, his ...

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