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Tag Archives: Gaza Siege

In Gaza no figures can express the sorrow

26th September 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, Gaza Team | Gaza Strip, Occupied Palestine If there is any reason for our existence, at least it should be our capacity to inform about a story while it is happening, in a ...

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Testimony of Khuzaa’s massacre

8th September 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, Gaza Team | Khuzaa, Gaza Strip, Occupied Palestine One year after Israel’s attacks in the Gaza Strip, the massacre in Khuzaa is vividly remembered by one of its inhabitants. Dr Mohammed Qudaih lived ...

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Gaza’s fishermen under constant attack by Israeli warships

27th July 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, Gaza Team | Gaza, Occupied Palestine Ahmed: “Once I recover I’ll go fishing again…” Ismail (Ahmed’s father): “No, you won’t! That’s enough…” As Ismail tells ISM, “the occupation establishes the fishing limits according ...

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Attacks on fishermen continue in Gaza

13th June 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, Gaza Team | Gaza, Occupied Palestine During the last weeks, the Israeli military has been shooting at the fishermen of Gaza almost daily with rubber coated steel-bullets and live ammunition. They also kidnapped ...

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British war cemetery not immune to Gaza siege

21st April 2014 | The Electronic Intifada, Joe Catron | Gaza City, Occupied Palestine On a recent, sunny afternoon, Kath Henwood, a Yorkshire paramedic volunteering in the Gaza Strip, walked through rows of headstones at the Gaza War Cemetery with a ...

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