Tag Archives: infringement

#PalProtests | 80 Injured In Clashes Between Residents, Security Forces In Hebron

Tuesday September 11, 2012 01:26 by IMEMC News Palestinian medical sources in Hebron, in the southern part of the West Bank, reported Monday that eighty residents and members of the Palestinian security forces were reported when a number of residents attacked the City Council building in Doura, near Hebron, a Palestinian Police Stations and an […]

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#PalProtests | PNI calls for ‘radical change’ in economic policy

Maan News Agency | Sept 7, 2012 RAMALLAH (Ma’an) — The Palestinian National Initiative on Friday declared its support for protests against rising costs of living in the West Bank, and called for a “radical change” in economic policy. The party said young Palestinians were paying the price for the Oslo Accords with Israel, which […]

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#GazaCrisis | Sawasiya center to prosecute PA health ministry for causing Gaza drug crisis

[ PIC 27/06/2012 – 05:09 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Sawasiya center for human rights said it has prepared a lawsuit against the Palestinian authority health ministry in Ramallah for its direct responsibility for the pharmaceutical crisis plaguing the health sector in the Gaza Strip. In a press release, Sawasiya affirmed that it had conducted investigation […]

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Promises of exports fall short for Gaza’s manufacturers

Gaza Under Attack – Timeline | Pictures Aug | Oct | Dec 2011| Jan | Feb 2012 Maan News Agency | Febr 15, 2012 GAZA CITY (IRIN) — Mumin Najar drags open the massive door to the goods depot of his father’s furniture factory, the Modern Industrial Group, in Rafah in the Gaza Strip. “Everything […]

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PA health ministry sends dialysis supplies to Gaza

Ralated: Israel Kills by Infringement of Health Care – The Facts Note occupiedpalestine: The article below depicts some blame from palestinian counterparts on eachother, while anyone should keep in mind, Israel as an occupier has the main and initial responsibility for healthcare and access to healthcare according to International Law: Articles 55 and 56 of […]

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URGENT APPEAL – 10 Year old Samar Maree from Ramallah in need of life-saving Brain Surgery

Factsheet : Children’s Access to Medical Care سمر طفلة فلسطينية في رام الله لديها سرطان في الدماغ وبحاجة لعملية فورية في ايطاليا Articles 55 and 56 of the Fourth Geneva Convention clearly establish that Israel, as the occupying power, not only has a duty to ensure medical supplies reach hospitals in the OPT, but to […]

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Israel’s Infringement of Medical Care – Two Children Die and Lives of Dozens of Others Endangered – Report PCHR

Related: Deprivation of Basic Needs Cost Lives! Healthcare | Electricity| Water | Communication PCHR Strongly Condemns Ministry of Health’s Decision to Decrease Transfers of Patients to Israeli Hospitals without Taking into Consideration Their Serious Health Conditions or Providing an Altern Sunday, 04 December 2011 | PCHR The Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR) condemns the […]

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Gaza hopes electricity line repair will ease blackouts

Related: Deprivation of Basic Needs Cost Lives! Healthcare | Electricity| Water | Communication Maan News Agency | Dec 4, 2011 GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — The main electricity line supplying Gaza has been repaired after two weeks of partial blackout in the blockaded strip, officials said Sunday. The Israeli Electric Company which controls the sea line […]

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The anguish of a Gaza cancer patient in Cairo

Avoidable Mortality in Palestine Rami Almeghari | The Electronic Intifada | Cairo | 21 November 2011 Palestinian patients suffering from terminal illnesses face not only limited treatment options in Gaza, but travel restrictions and enormous financial burdens for care in Egypt. (Abed Rahim Khatib /APA images ) It took five days before Mohammad Wadi was able to […]

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Border Authority Prevents West Bank Patient From Traveling To Jordan

Palestinian deaths following infringement of right to medical treatment in the OPT, 2000 -2011 – Report  of B’tselem Monday September 05, 2011 11:34 by Saed Bannoura – IMEMC & Agencies Israeli Border Authorities at the Allenby Bridge, leading to Jordan, prevented on Sunday a seriously ill West Bank patient, a former political prisoner, from traveling […]

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What it means to heal when there’s nothing to heal with ~ by @samikishawi

By Sami Kishawi | July 19, 2011 | The Palestine Entries: Entry #30 The current healthcare system in the Gaza Strip is notorious for its limitations in resources and space, a direct consequence of a siege that prohibits most medicines and equipment from reaching hospitals and health clinics throughout the territory. It isn’t entirely evident […]

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Patient dies in Gaza after being denied exit for treatment

27-07-2011,10:52  – Ezzedeen Al-Qassam Brigades Al Qassam website– Besiged Gaza- Palestinian medical sources in the Gaza Strip reported that a 33-year-old patient died on Sunday in the Gaza Strip after the Israeli Authorities denied him permit to be moved into the West Bank for urgent medical treatment. The Al Mezan Center for Human Rights reported […]

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Medical Care in Gaza Under Siege – Part II – by Stephen Lendman

By Stephen Lendman | June 20, 2011 | OpEdNews   On March 25, 2008, Time magazine writer Tim McGirk headlined “Israelis Blocking Medical Care in Gaza,” saying: “Since Gaza is denied (most everything under siege), many complicated surgeries are no longer done there.” Those permitted abroad for them, like Bassam al-Wahedi, endure a gauntlet through […]

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