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Back home in Jabalia

Sharon Lock | Tales to Tell This morning is the second that I woke to quietness; no shelling from the sea. E and I went today to see our Jabalia friends, F’s family. They are back in their house, one ...

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Temporary shelters in Jabalia

Sharon Lock | Tales to Tell Many people in Gaza are now homeless due to Israeli attacks on their communities. Temporary shelters are springing up across Gaza.

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Words & Images

Sharon Lock | Tales to Tell In their own words: It’s going to be a terrible war. So, if we want to remain alive, we will have to kill and kill and kill. All day, every day…If we don’t kill, ...

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Amer’s story: They killed me three times

Sharon Lock | Tales to Tell 22 January 2009 Ramatan TV, nine floors up and open 24 hours, was the last bastion of internet during the strikes. We knew the place because we got asked in for interviews, and then ...

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Reem’s Story

Sharon Lock | Tales to Tell Today I met with my friend Reem. She is 21 and works with Mercycorps, and we met when she came to interview me after I arrived on the initial FreeGaza trip. She was so ...

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Samouni family members found dead in Gaza rubble

International human rights activists have witnessed the recovery of dead members of the Samouni family. Several bodies of the Samouni family have finally been retrieved, 12 days after an attack by Israeli military forces that led to the death of ...

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Eyewitness from Al Quds Hospital attack

Sharon Lock | The Independent View from Gaza: The ambulance driver Sharon Lock, an Australian from the International Solidarity Movement, was working as an ambulance driver for the Palestinian Red Crescent when its Al-Quds Hospital in Gaza City came under ...

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Four medics killed by Israeli forces in Gaza

International Human Rights Activists working with Palestinian medical crews today reported that another four Palestinian medics were killed today by Israeli forces. International Solidarity Movement activists spent the night accompanying ambulances in Gaza. They were, and will continue, working with ...

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