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Palestinian children traumatized by Israeli jails: Report

Israeli forces taking an arrested Palestinian child (file photo) PRESS TV – Wed Mar 14, 2012 6:0AM GMT Ninety-eight percent of Palestinian children imprisoned by Israeli regime are exposed to physical or verbal violence during detention and with most of them suffering from post traumatic stress disorder after their release. According to a Monday report […]

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Power outages, fear of Israeli attack in Gaza affects children’s psychological state

Gaza school students have been living under a constant state of fear which has had serious consequences on their education and well-being. (File photo) Al Arabiya Tuesday, 21 February 2012   By Yusuf al-Sadek Al Arabiya Gaza Related: Deprivation of Basic Needs Cost Lives! Healthcare | Electricity | Water | Communication Fuel shortage in Gaza’s […]

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The psychology and coping of Balata refugee camp | International Solidarity Movement

Related:  Refugees of Palestine – Special Topic   30 September 2011 | International Solidarity Movement Balata refugee camp, 2km east outside of Nablus, in the North of the West Bank, is a densely packed grid of permanent buildings and tight streets, many narrower than shoulder-width.   Buildings rise higher each year as residents add extra storeys […]

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