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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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Life and death in the buffer zone

16 January 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, Vera Macht Death comes quickly at a place like this. On sunny winter days, when the smell of the night’s rain is still in the air, as if it would have brought some ...

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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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Shootings in Gaza ‘buffer zone’ continue

4 December 2010 | International Solidarity Movement, Gaza On Saturday, the 4th of December 2010, three people were shot and injured at the northern border near to Bait Lahya. All of them sustained multiple fractures that required surgery, and two ...

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Gazan rubble collectors shot by Israeli forces

27 November 2010 | International Solidarity Movement, Gaza Khalid Ashraf Abosita, 22 years, is in a critical condition after being shot by the Israeli Offensive Forces in Beit Hanoun, a city on the north-east edge of the Gaza Strip. He ...

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