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Calls to obligate European sanctions on occupation

“Settling” constitutes a warcime according to international law and ICC statute. Even under US’ own military legislations’ Law resources below this article [ PIC 28/02/2013 – 04:59 PM ] BRUSSELS, (PIC)– The Council for European Palestinian Relations (CEPR) called on the EU to impose obligatory economic sanctions on the occupation, in response to the recommendations […]

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Badie: Jihad is the only way to liberate Jerusalem

[ PIC 13/10/2012 – 07:33 AM ] CAIRO, (PIC)– The Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, Dr. Mohammed Badie, confirmed that Jihad is the only way to liberate Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque from “Zionist occupation”. He called on Muslims to declare Jihad for the sake of liberating Jerusalem from the Israeli occupation. “Jerusalem is Islamic […]

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Sharp deterioration of the prisoner Sharqawi’s health

[ PIC 04/10/2012 – 09:09 AM ] JININ, (PIC)– The Palestinian prisoner Sharqawi, 23, sentenced to four years in Israeli jails, suffers from sharp deterioration in his health where he has liver and kidney failure. His family said that her son, who is detained in the Megiddo prison, is suffering from a serious deterioration in […]

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PPS demands Israel to release of medical neglected and wounded detainee

Wednesday September 19, 2012 09:36 by Saed Bannoura – IMEMC & Agencies The Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) demanded Israel to release Kamal Salah Al-Husseini who, on September 9, was taken prisoner by Israeli soldiers during clashes that took place in occupied East Jerusalem; he was shot and wounded by the army prior to his arrest. […]

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This…This is zionism! Occupation prevents Gazan child’s travel for treatment

[ PIC 05/09/2012 – 10:48 AM ] GAZA,(PIC)– Israeli occupation authorities (IOA) have refused to allow a Palestinian child, Nour al-Shami, to enter the territories occupied in 1948, Dr. Ashraf Kodra, Health ministry spokesman, confirmed. The Health Ministry in Gaza denounced, on Tuesday, the Israeli decision that prevents a Palestinian child to get treatment. Kodra […]

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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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#IsraelKills by deprivation – Gaza baby dies as power cut shuts breathing aid – Video

Maan News Agency | March 24, 2012 GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — A seven-month-old baby in Gaza died on Friday evening after medical equipment he was connected to switched off as a result of a power cut, a Hamas-affiliated TV channel said. Gaza medical spokesman Adham Abu Salmiya confirmed the incident, adding that the infant was […]

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Gaza supplied with 450 litres of industrial diesel to run the power station

[ PIC 23/03/2012 – 07:01 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Ahmad Abu al-Amrain, head of the information office at the Energy and Natural Resources Authority in Gaza said that they have received confirmation of the start of delivery of 450 thousand litres of industrial diesel imported for the Israeli occupation through the Karm Abu Salem crossing. […]

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Fuel, Power, Crisis Posing Serious Health Risks In Gaza

Thursday March 22, 2012 05:08 by Saed Bannoura – IMEMC & Agencies The Hamas-led Palestinian government in the Gaza Strip is now trying hard to control the deteriorating situation in the Gaza Strip, especially after the serious shortages of electricity and fuel supplies have put a hold on nearly %85 of public services, the Arabs48 […]

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The Multiple Deaths of Nisreen Karim

Another case is a well-known to the people of the Ein al-Hilwe refugee camp is the story of Mohammad Nabih Taha, the child who also died in 2011 at the gates of one of Sidon’s hospitals because he was not given a transfer slip to be treated there. (Photo: Marwan Tahtah) By: Qassem Qassem Published […]

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Connecting the West Bank to solar energy: A day at the Abu Kbeta family compound

Tomer Weinstein on March 8, 2012  | Mondoweiss (Photo: Tomer Weinstein) It was early morning Wednesday, exactly at 6:54am when I boarded the train from Tel-Aviv to Beit Shemesh. I was on my way to meet Noam, co-founder of Comet-ME (Community Electricity and Technology Middle East), one of only a handful of Israeli NGOs operating […]

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Gaza health ministry: Hospital stock severely depleted

Related: Deprivation of Basic Needs Cost Lives! Healthcare | Electricity | Water | Communication [PIC 08/03/2012 – 09:36 AM ] GAZA, (PIC)– The Palestinian ministry of health warned that the pharmaceutical crisis in the besieged Gaza Strip has aggravated very badly threatening the lives of all patients, affirming that only 186 types of medicines and […]

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French Cardiac Team saves nine lives in Gaza

PCRF, March 7, 2012 In early March, a five-member team from Toulouse in France completed a week-long cardiac surgery mission to the European Gaza Hospital in Khan Younis near the Egyptian border. Led by Surgeon Prof. Yves Glock, the team include anesthesiologist Dr. Chantal Meyssirel, cardiologist Dr. Philippe Luxereau, perfusionist Michel Riviere and OR nurse […]

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East Jerusalemites appeal to UN for help with garbage collection

Sunday, March 4 2012|Mya Guarnieri | 972 MAGAZINE Palestinian residents of Israeli-occupied East Jerusalem, which is grossly lacking in municipal services, are looking elsewhere for help with garbage collection. Mynet (Hebrew) reports that residents of Qalandia and Kfar Akab are “drowning in garbage.” The two Palestinian neighborhoods are within the Israeli-drawn municipal boundaries of Jerusalem, […]

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Who turned out the lights in Gaza this time?

GAZA GATEWAY  FEB 16 2012 The current capacity of Gaza’s power station, together with electricity purchased from Israel and Egypt, can supply only 62% of Gaza’s electricity needs Even in coastal Gaza, it’s a cold, rainy February, and the power outages last an average of 12 hours each day, since Gaza’s power plant shut down […]

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