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Mohammad’s story

Eva Bartlett | In Gaza 10 March 2009 An elderly man saw me walking the other morning. “Bless you, bless you,” he said, holding out his palm as I gave him 20 shekels. What has rendered a man in his ...

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Ezbet Abed Rabbo: “They make like art here”

Eva Bartlett | In Gaza 7 February 2009 On a visit to Ezbet Abed Rabbo during which I heard more harrowing testimonies of life under invasion, children shot dead before parents’ eyes, and being held captive for days on end, ...

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From beneath the rubble

Eva Bartlett | In Gaza 4 February 2009 “This is at the beginning, when they started digging survivors and bodies out of the rubble,” Abu Qusay said. Just a few weeks after being buried alive by the bombing which attacked ...

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Aid workers and journalists risk life in Gaza

International Solidarity Movement volunteers Eva Bartlett and Ewa Jasiewicz were featured on Russia Today for their activism and reporting from Gaza. Humanitarian workers and rights activists in Gaza are helping locals put their lives back together after the three-week-long Israeli ...

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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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Tuam Attatra

Eva Bartlett | In Gaza 1 February 2009 In Tuam, Attatra, on day one of Israel’s declared, and immediately-violated, ‘cease-fire’ an old woman stood beside the wreckage of her 2 room cement block home. The tracks of the bulldozer which ...

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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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