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Ahmad al-Akhras, Journalist: My failure in finding employment is not because I am incapable

PCHR Gaza – Narratives – 08 January 2012 The closure imposed on the Gaza Strip, which entered its 6th year, has prevented a vast majority of Palestinians living in the strip from maintaining their livelihoods and realizing their right to an adequate standard of living. This closure bans imports of goods and materials in the […]

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12,000 Gazans registered to cross Rafah Border. Egypt allows 300 – 400 to cross each day

Published June 18, 2011 10:53 Rafah crossing opens for limited numbers GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — Egypt will allow limited numbers of Palestinians to cross the Rafah border on Saturday, crossings officials in Gaza said. On Thursday, Egyptian authorities turned back six buses of Palestinians at the terminal. They will be the first to cross on […]

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Israel to limit access to al-Aqsa

PressTV – Fri May 13, 2011 7:41AM A view of the al-Aqsa Mosque in East al-Quds (Jerusalem), (file photo) Israel says it will restrict access to the al-Aqsa Mosque compound ahead of the 63rd anniversary of the occupation of Palestine by the Israeli army, also known as the Day of Nakba (Catastrophe). Shmulik Ben Rubi, […]

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Restricted in al-Walaja

09.03.11 – 09:31| PNN – Palestine News Network By Melanie van der Voort –  Many years ago the grandfather of Abed owned 6 dunams of land in al-Walaja, south of Bethlehem. Now Abed (55) owns it. Since the occupation however, Abed is restricted to go to his land. To protect it, he decided to live […]

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Ministry of religious affairs slams restrictions on entry to Aqsa Mosque

[ 26/02/2011 – 09:43 AM ]   GAZA, (PIC)– The Palestinian ministry of religious affairs expressed concern about the restrictions imposed by Israel on Palestinian worshipers who want to perform prayers at the Aqsa Mosque and its surrounding yards, especially on Fridays. The ministry’s committee of Jerusalem underlined in a statement on Friday that such […]

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