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Weed pulling threatens armed Israeli soldiers

By Donna Wallach Al-Faraheen, Abasan Al-Kabeera, Gaza Strip, Palestine, 12th November 2008 On Wednesday 12th November, five international volunteer Human Rights Observers, most of them members of ISM Gaza Strip, went to Al-Faraheen, east of Khan Younis to pull weeds ...

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Ynet: UN closes Gaza aid centers, citing lack of food

World body says doesn’t have enough food to distribute because of Israeli siege on Strip Associated Press To view original article, published by Ynet on the 15th November, click here UN aid workers are turning away thousands of Gaza residents ...

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Haaretz: The ebb, the tide, the sighs’

By Gideon Levy The young fisherman is now in hospital, feeble and pale, one leg in a cast held in place by iron screws. He is awash with pain. His mother does not leave his bedside. A blind Palestinian physician ...

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ISM Gaza: Resistance is plowing the fields of Fukharee

Fukharee, Gaza Strip, Palestine, 11th November 2008 By Donna Wallach On Tuesday 11th November 2008, four international Human Rights Observers accompanied some farmers to plow their fields for wheat, rye and lentils. The day started out with a long walk ...

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FGM: Dignity arrives in Gaza

To view the Free Gaza Website click here Larnaca: The DIGNITY pulled into Gaza at 9:15 a.m. Gaza time after an uneventful trip from Cyprus. The 23 passengers and crew on board were tired but ecstatic that they’d arrived. The ...

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