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Gaza: Life beneath the drones

A Hermes 450 drone – manufactured by Elbit (Photo by Corporate Watch)

25th January 2014 | Corporate Watch, Tom Anderson and Therezia Cooper | Gaza, Occupied Palestine In the Gaza Strip there is no escape from Israel’s drones. Nicknameed ‘zenana’by Palestinians because of their noisy buzzing, the drones (remote control aircraft) are omnipresent. Sometimes ...

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Forging new links to boycott movement in Gaza

Israel effectively boycotts Gaza produce by not giving access to their own markets. (Photo by Desde Palestina)

16th December 2013 | The Electronic Intifada, Joe Catron | Gaza City, Occupied Palestine The Gaza Strip, now in its seventh year of a comprehensive siege by Israel, has faced increased hardships since the 3 July coup in neighboring Egypt. On 26 November, ...

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In Gaza, hundreds of miles from the battlefield

The "buffer zone" is seen from the second floor of Nasser Abu Said's house in Jahr el-Deek. On 28 April 2011 the house, which stands 300 meters from the separation barrier, was shelled by Israeli tanks and partially destroyed. (Photo by Desde Palestina)

28th October 2013 | International Solidarity Movement, Charlie Andreasson | Gaza, Occupied Palestine Drones fly over rooftops at night, awakening peoples’ memories. They may only patrol, or carry deadly cargo with them. F-16 planes draws streaks across the sky. Here on ...

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