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Gaza wastewater treatment plant stops functioning

Al Ray Agencies | Sept 17, 2013 Gaza, Alray – After the running out of fuel supplies, the Minister of local government in Gaza Mohammed Al -Farra announced on Monday evening that the wastewater treatment plant stopped functioning and the municipalities are going to pump the sewage water into the sea . Al-Farra said on […]

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#GazaUnderAttack | Israeli officials say longer-range Palestinian shells lack warheads

Monday November 19, 2012 09:37 by IMEMC Staff – International Middle East Media Center An unnamed high-ranking Israeli official told reporters from the Israeli daily Yedioth Ahranoth on Sunday that the longer-range shells that have been fired by Palestinian resistance factions toward Tel Aviv and Jerusalem lack and explosive capacity and are “basically pipes”. City […]

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Dutch neighborhood in Khan Younis complains the lack of UNRWA services

[ PIC 15/08/2012 – 01:57 PM ] KHAN YOUNIS, (PIC) — The Dutch neighborhood, which was established by United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) in Khan Younis area, south of the Gaza Strip, has recently witnessed protests due to the lack of the minimum basic environmental and health services. The UNRWA refused to provide […]

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Hamas criticizes UNRWA for laxity in providing aid for refugees from Syria

[ PIC 10/08/2012 – 02:54 PM ] BEIRUT, (PIC)– Hamas office for refugee affairs in Lebanon criticized the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees “UNRWA” for neglecting the Palestinian refugees displaced from Syria to Lebanon due to the painful events they were exposed to in their camps there. The office said in a […]

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#VIDEO | Norway denies Refugees Basic Human Rights

Jun 1, 2012 by abolouy About a palestinian asylum seeker in Norway, living in a camp in the streets of Oslo. Mohammed and other palestinians refugees are demanding their basic human rights. Note occpal: Below’s video has been put private by the uploader. More videos and info about the Palestinian refugees in Norway can be […]

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Palestinians block UN building in Ramallah for hunger striking prisoners – #UNclosed – Video

May 9, 2012 Video by antiprocon On May 9, Palestinian youth and family members of political prisoners on hunger strike in Israeli jails blockaded all the entrances to the UN compound in Ramallah, Occupied Palestine, to denounce the UN’s inaction regarding the mass prisoners hunger strike. More than 2,500 Palestinian prisoners have been on strike […]

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Aqsa TV goes off the air at night for lack of power

[ PIC 22/03/2012 – 09:15 AM ] GAZA, (PIC)– The Aqsa satellite channel announced on Wednesday night that it would be off the air during the night hours due to the lack of power and fuel shortage in the Gaza Strip. The Aqsa TV apologized to its viewers for the step and broadcasted a photo […]

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Absence of accountability encourages Israeli soldiers to kill Palestinians

MEMO – March 21, 2012 An Israeli human rights group has concluded that the absence of accountability “encourages soldiers to kill Palestinian civilians”. In its annual report published this week, the Israeli Information Centre for Human Rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, B’Tselem, said, “From the start of the second intifada in the year 2000 […]

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Hospitals in Gaza running out of medical supplies (Again!)

Palestinian patients undergo a dialysis treatment at al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City on February 15, 2012. PressTV | Fri Mar 9, 2012 9:59AM GMT Infant incubators, dialysis machines, hematology laboratories, cardiac catheterization units, ICUs, in addition to diagnostic radiology units will be prone to the drug deficiency.” Ashraf al-Qader, director of Public Relations and Information […]

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Gaza Power Plant Goes Offline due to Fuel Shortage

Tuesday February 28, 2012 17:55 by Ghassan Bannoura – IMEMC News Palestinian officials told IMEMC on Tuesday that the lack of fuel cased the only Gaza power plant to go offline, second time in two weeks; blackouts could reach up to 13 hours day in some areas of the Gaza Strip. Illustration Photo – By […]

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VIDEO | Lack of medication in Gaza

PressTV – Broadcast Date: 05 Feb. 2012 Palestinian protesters pelted the car taking United Nations General Secretary Ban Ki-moon into Gaza with shoes sticks and stones, last week. The incident took place in Erez crossing which is the main entrance to the beleaguered strip from Israel. There is a general perception that the siege of […]

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Lack of Palestinian Voice in American Media

Truth does not matter for “Israel”. Buttons Do. To mute. PNN – Palestine News Network  22.11.11 – 06:36 by Mousa al-Shanteer Every day, we Americans wake up to the same daily routine. FOX Morning News gives us a dose of biased conservative jargon and CNN Evening News is there to conclude the day with misleading […]

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Lack of construction material in Gaza – video

Related : Never Cast Lead Again – in pictures PressTV – Broadcast Date: 02 Oct. 2011 Israel’s 22-day war largely singled out residential neighborhoods, destroyed thousands of homes, hundreds of factories and 80 official buildings in the strip. In an international donors’ conference for the reconstruction of Gaza held in Egypt in March 2009, 4.5 […]

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Turkey holds Israel responsible for the lack of peace in the Middle East

Tuesday, 06 September 2011 11:04| MEMO Davutoğlu warned the EU that the Arab revolutions could become an uprising against Israel and turn into an “anti-Europe wave”. Turkey’s Foreign Minister has laid the blame for a lack of peace in the Middle East firmly at Israel’s door. Ahmet Davutoğlu told a meeting of EU foreign ministers […]

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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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