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War on Gaza: Operation Cast Lead One year later

Jeremy R. Hammond | Palestine Chronicle 27 December 2009 One year ago today, Israel launched ‘Operation Cast Lead’, a murderous full-scale military assault on the small, densely populated, and defenseless Gaza Strip. The operation resulted in the massacre of over ...

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Gaza Freedom March: The siege has to end

Bianca Zammit | Palestine Chronicle 24 December 2009 “Is this our fate? Is this what we are worth? Nothing more than pictures on the wall?” said Um Rabia referring to what has now become a custom in Palestine, covering walls ...

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London joins International Day of Action Against Ahava

ISM London 19 December 2009 Ahava, an Israeli beauty product company that operates on stolen Palestinian land, was the target of protest on Saturday by approximately 20 pro-Palestine activists. With Dead Sea mud covering their faces and dressed in bath ...

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A call from Gaza

20 December 2009 This week marks one year since Israel began its attack on the Gaza Strip: a year since phosphorus bombs, dime bombs and other weapons of death and destruction were unleashed on a defenseless civilian population. A year ...

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Gaza must be rebuilt now

Jimmy Carter | The Guardian 19 December 2009 It is generally recognised that the Middle East peace process is in the doldrums, almost moribund. Israeli settlement expansion within Palestine continues, and PLO leaders refuse to join in renewed peace talks ...

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