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Detained Palestinian journalist in serious health condition in Israeli jail

[ PIC 04/11/2012 – 08:14 PM ] RAMALLAH, (PIC)– The Palestinian journalists syndicate in Ramallah has expressed utmost concern at the health conditions of journalists held in Israeli occupation jails. It mentioned in particular syndicate member Mohammed Al-Taj who is living with the help of a ventilator with no proper medical attention granted to his […]

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#PalHunger | Safadi in grave danger after 86 days of hunger strike

[ PIC 14/09/2012 – 05:26 PM ] RAMALLAH,(PIC)– The Israeli prison service (IPS) has summoned the lawyer of the Palestinian prisoners Society (PPS) to Assaf Harofeh hospital on Wednesday following deterioration of Hassan Safadi’s health, PPS stated. The hunger striker Hassan Safadi, 86 days into his hunger strike, was transferred to Assaf Harofeh hospital on […]

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#PHOTOS | Experimental chemical plant polluting Palestinian village in the Negev

Monday, 10 September, 2012 | 16:50 | Silwanic Silwan, Jerusalem (SILWANIC) — Silwanic has learnt that a private Israeli company is using lands belonging to the Palestinian village of Wadi al-Ne’am, north of Beer Sheba, for dangerous chemical experiments. An outdoor chemical plant approximately two kilometers from the village was visited by Silwanic journalists, who […]

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Gaza Power Outages Continue

Monday August 06, 2012 15:06 by Kelly Joiner – IMEMC & Agencies The people in Gaza continue to suffer from rolling blackouts as its lone power plant is unable to meet the demands of residents and the Israeli occupation blocks access to help. Gazans protest continual power outages by candelight. Source: Time.com Current supplies of […]

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#PalHunger | Human rights organization: Rikhawi’s life in danger

URGENT | June 14, 2012 | 20 children started hunger strike in Israeli prison [ PIC 23/06/2012 – 09:45 AM ] Nazareth, (PIC)– An Israeli human rights organization has warned that the life of Palestinian prisoner Akram al-Rikhawi, who has been on hunger strike for 71 days, was in danger due to medical neglect in […]

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Sheikh Sabri: Al-Aqsa mosque is in real danger

[ PIC 30/05/2012 – 04:45 PM ] OCCUPIED JERUSALEM,(PIC)– Sheikh Ikrima Sabri, Chairman of the Supreme Islamic Council in Jerusalem and preacher at the Al-Aqsa Mosque, described the Israeli flag-raising in Al-Aqsa’s courtyards by the Israeli soldiers is a serious and unprecedented act which aims to impose Israeli control over Al-Aqsa mosque. Sheikh Sabri told […]

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#GazaUnderAttack | Israeli army choppers open fire at residential quarters in southern Gaza

[ PIC 29/05/2012 – 07:49 PM ] KHAN YOUNIS, (PIC)– Israeli army choppers opened machinegun fire at residential quarters and cultivated land to the east of Khan Younis, south of Gaza Strip, on Tuesday. Local sources told the PIC reporter that the Israeli gunships fired at Qarara neighborhoods and land cultivated with wheat, which started […]

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#GazaHealthCrisis | Gaza hospitals still threatened by the power and fuel crisis

[ 24/05/2012 – 10:45 AM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Spokesman for the health ministry Ashraf Al-Qudra warned that the medical work in Gaza hospitals is still endangered by the power crisis and there is no sufficient fuel even to operate their emergency generators in the coming days. In a press release on Thursday, Qudra stated that […]

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#PalHunger | 10 hunger strike prisoners hospitalized in critical condition

Monday, 07 May 2012 15:00 | MEMO Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike for the last 59 to 67 days are now seriously endangered. Palestine’s Ambassador to the United Nations, Dr Riyad Mansour, has warned of a grave threat to the lives of Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike in Israeli jails. He made the disclosure after […]

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Human rights organization warns of blackouts in the Gaza Strip

[ PIC 26/04/2012 – 10:31 PM ] GAZA,(PIC)– A human rights institution has warned of the serious situation in Gaza due to electricity blackouts, saying that ignoring the crisis and not taking the appropriate action quickly to provide the Strip with the necessary power will result in a real catastrophic situation especially in summer. Gaza […]

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Life of Abu Hadid in danger in Israeli detention

[ PIC 12/04/2012 – 09:20 AM ] AL-KHALIL, (PIC)– The life of 60-year-old Hussein Abu Hadid is in danger in Israeli administrative custody. He has been in Ramle prison hospital since his arrest last month. Human rights sources said on Wednesday that Abu Hadid frequently falls unconscious and there is a possibility that his heart […]

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42 days of hunger strike: Take action to save Hassan Safady from dying in administrative dentition

Call for Int’l Action: Show your support on Palestinian (Child) Prisoners Day by Silvia and Andreas | 13 April 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank   Please SUBMIT pictures in solidarity with Hassan Safady FREE HASSAN SAFADY FREE ALL PRISONERS IN ADMINSTRATIVE DENTENTION Today Hasan Safady entered into his 42nd day of hunger strike. […]

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ALERT ▶ Abu Salmiya: Palestinian patients in Gaza in danger of death

[ PIC 04/04/2012 – 03:28 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Palestinian patients in the Gaza Strip are in danger of death due to the continued power crisis in the enclave for the second month running, Adham Abu Salmiya, the spokesman for ambulance and emergency in the Strip, said. Abu Salmiya told a press conference on Wednesday […]

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Red Cross provides Gaza hospitals with urgent fuel aid for 10 days

[ PIC 31/03/2012 – 02:22 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– The Red Cross said it intends to give the Palestinian health ministry in Gaza about 150,000 liters of diesel fuel to help 13 public hospitals continue to provide health services in the next 10 days. The Red Cross had provided Gaza hospitals with a similar amount […]

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Gaza ambulances out of service due to fuel crisis

Maan News Agency | March 29, 2012 GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — The health ministry in Gaza said Thursday that 27 of its ambulances were offline due to the fuel crisis. Spokesman Adham Abu Salmiya said the ambulances were parked because the ministry has run out of fuel needed to power them. The shortage comes despite […]

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