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Human Rights Watch: Israel violated laws of war in eight-day attacks on Gaza

The Human Rights Watch (HRW) says the Israeli Army committed clear violations of the laws of war during its recent eight-day attacks on the besieged Gaza Strip. PressTV | Dec 7, 2012 The charges came in a report which the rights organization published on Friday with regards to an Israeli airstrike on a residential building […]

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(DRAFT) EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF THE FINDINGS OF THE FOURTH SESSION OF THE RUSSELL TRIBUNAL

Russell Tribunal on Palestine | Oct 16, 2012 PDF version   1. The fourth session of the Russell Tribunal continued its historic function of articulating civic protest and carrying the weight of insufferable conditions at a moment when the world society is facing its most incredible challenges. It should be noted that the UN Charter […]

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Egyptian medical delegation: suffering in Gaza much deeper than media coverage

[ PIC 16/09/2012 – 06:58 PM ] GAZA,(PIC)– The Egyptian medical delegation, which visited Gaza for four days, confirmed that the people’s suffering in Gaza strip is much deeper and harder than media coverage. What we have seen in Gaza, the suffering of people due to the imposed siege, is much greater than what is […]

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Diplomacy Goes for Nought with Israelis

The situation is beyond absurdity. (Tamar Fleishman) By Stuart Reigeluth The Palestinians have been standing in line for decades, waiting to join the global family of nations, waiting for international recognition, waiting most of all for the superpower seal of approval. There is a historic irony in South Sudan skipping the line and becoming the […]

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Top 10 reasons why the opening of Rafah Crossing just doesn’t cut it

June 16, 2011 | Gaza Gateway In no particular order of importance, we thought we’d list some of the reasons why the opening of Rafah, while significant and helpful, doesn’t meet all of Gaza’s needs for access and why, as some voices in Israel have recently suggested, it can’t serve as Gaza’s only access point. […]

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