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The 1967-war revisited ~ by Khalid Amayreh

Al Qassam Website | 07-06-2012 | By Khalid Amayreh Part-1 When Israel occupied the West Bank in 1967, I was ten years old. Then, I didn’t fully grasp what was happening to us. Arab radio stations transmitting from Cairo, Damascus and Baghdad had been galvanizing us into believing that Israel’s days were numbered and that […]

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Gaza: Khan Younis revisited

Monday, 19 September 2011 |  Scoop News | Article: Julie Webb-Pullman When Kia Ora Gaza was in Gaza almost a year ago, some of the team visited poor families and orphans in Gaza’s second-largest city, Khan Yunis. At that time I reported on the dire situation faced by families there, some of whom had been […]

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Israel’s Genocidal Aggression on Gaza Revisited By Khalid Amayreh

By Khalid Amayreh Al-Jazeera, CCUN, January 3, 2011 The Israeli onslaught on the Gaza Strip two years ago, which lasted for three weeks, was pornographically criminal and graphically genocidal. Israel knowingly and deliberately targeted innocent civilians, including children, using state-of-the-art machines of death. Entire families were simply exterminated at the pretext that a member was […]

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Israel’s genocidal aggression on Gaza revisited

  The Israeli onslaught on the Gaza Strip two years ago, which lasted for three weeks, was pornographically criminal and graphically genocidal. Israel knowingly and deliberately targeted innocent civilians, including children, using state-of-the-art machines of death. Khalid Amayreh .img1 { max-width: 400px; background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% rgb(240, 240, 243); }.img2 { max-width: 600px; […]

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