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PALESTINE NEWS | May 24, 2013

آخر الأخبار والتحديثات May 24, 2013 | 24186 Days Since Al-Nakba – Gaza is under siege for 2172 days For news of previous news days | Daily News Overviews Follow on Twitter for more live updates Continuous updates.. MESSAGE FROM THE ADMIN This Blog is Now Censored by Google – Content Control to Mute News […]

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Abdullah Mahmoud Asqoul, 24 years old dies from Gaza war injuries

Maan News Agency | Dec 12, 2012   GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — A man from Khan Younis died on Wednesday from wounds sustained in Israel’s assault on Gaza in November, a medical official said. Ashraf al-Qidra told Ma’an that Abdullah Mahmoud Asqoul, 24, was seriously wounded in his head, stomach and chest during Israel’s bombardment […]

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Pro-Palestinians prepare new mission for Palestinian children

PressTV | Aug 20, 2012 These pro-Palestinian French are ready to return to meet Palestinians on their soil. This time, it is upon the official invitation of the Palestinian Authority who has requested safe passage to the French Foreign Minister for the French visitors. In the past, Western visitors to Palestine were refused entry. Their […]

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#Airflotilla3 | News from CAPJPO -EuroPalestine | Mission Welcome to Palestine Aug 2012

English translation below the French news update Aout 13, 2012 Chères amies, Chers amis, En cette mi-août, certain(e)s d’entre vous sont peut-être encore en vacances. Voici toutefois quelques nouvelles importantes, et un appel à soutenir les Palestiniens où que vous soyez, alors que les dirigeants israéliens se croient tout permis. Vous avez sans doute lu […]

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Hamas at 24: Politics of Resistance in Changing Middle East ~ by Ramzy Baroud

Related: The Eagle of Palestine | Masked in Gaza – The Untold Story Hamas’ conundrum may prove too difficult to solve. (Aljazeera) By Ramzy Baroud Ever since Hamas emerged victorious in the 2006 Palestinian legislative elections, myriad public opinion polls revealed that its popularity in the Occupied Territories was on a steady decline. However, there […]

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