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Free Gaza to Israel: “We are coming in on Tuesday”

For Immediate Release: (Cyprus, 11 January 2009) – The Free Gaza Movement ship, “SPIRIT OF HUMANITY,” will leave Larnaca Port at 12:00 noon, Monday, 12 January, on an emergency mission to besieged Gaza. The ship will carry desperately needed doctors, ...

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European MEPs enter Gaza

Luisa Morgantini, Vice President of the European Parliament, and the MEPs delegation entered to Gaza Strip, today 11th January 2009, through Rafah border crossing. The delegation – composed by 8 MEPs belonging to different political groups and by one Member ...

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Israeli military threatens to expand attacks on Gaza

The Israeli military dropped leaflets over Gaza warning of an imminent expansion of the attacks which have already killed over 800 Palestinians and wounded over 3000. This is a translation of the leaflet provided by ISM Volunteers in Gaza. To ...

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Working with Red Cross evacuation team in Gaza

By Sharon in Gaza To view Sharon’s blog please click here So, Thursday.. the Red Cross co-ordinated evacuation into Zaytoun. Doctor Said would look good on a Red Cross poster – black sweater, shaved head, muscles enough to keep that ...

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ei: Too much to mourn in Gaza

By Eva Bartlett – ISM activist in Gaza To view original article, published by Electronic Intifada on the 8th January 2009, click here After finishing a shift with the Palestine Red Crescent Society yesterday morning, we went to the United ...

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Sharon in Gaza: January 7th, 8th and 9th 2009

By Sharon in Gaza To view Sharon’s blog please click here I covered another ambulance shift Wednesday night, working with two guys who might turn out to be my favourites. S is a sweet EMT driver with good English, very ...

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Children under fire

By Fida Qishta – ISM co-ordinator in the Gaza Strip Visit Fida’s blog here. According to news reports, over 665 Palestinians in Gaza have been killed,and more than 2950 injured. Of those, more than 214 children and more than 88 ...

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