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#GazaCrisis | Lives of more than 400 kidney patients at risk in Gaza

[ PIC 17/05/2012 – 10:09 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– The Ministry of health in Gaza warned that the lives of 404 kidney patients are at risk because the stock of bloodlines, an essential dialysis machine consumable, is running very low. In a statement on Friday, Ashraf al-Qudra, spokesman for the ministry, said that the lack […]

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Gaza: Isolated Under Siege: Israel’s committing slow-motion genocide against Gazans ~ by Stephen Lendman

Related: Deprivation of Basic Needs Cost Lives! Healthcare | Electricity | Water | Communication by Stephen Lendman | Febr 9, 2012 | OpEd News Under repressive occupation, Military Orders govern virtually all aspects of life. Freedom is entirely restricted. Police state authority runs Palestine. Although Oslo called Palestine one territorial unit, Israel maintains total control […]

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Israeli restrictions ensure slow pace of Gaza reconstruction

While Gaza needs 670,000 truckloads of construction material, an average of 715 enter per month  Published today (updated) 21/07/2011 17:40 [Erica Silverman/IRIN] RAMALLAH (IRIN) – The housing crisis in the Gaza Strip is not going to be resolved any time soon: Only a small number of the 40,000 units needed to meet natural population growth […]

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Sawasya: Karam Abu Salim closure a crime against humanity

[ 12/04/2011 – 06:29 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– The Sawasya center for human rights in Palestine has called for the formation of a commission of border specialists to assess the impossible circumstances of life in the Gaza Strip seven days after Israel closed the Karam Abu Salim border crossing. The group called the terminal’s closure ”a […]

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Awaiting the next Israeli Whitewash: UN expert panel reports little progress in probe of possible Gaza war crimes

The Associated Press | Fri, 18 Mar 2011 14:43:00 CST GENEVA – A U.N.-appointed expert panel has reported little progress by either Israel or the Palestinians in investigating if war crimes occurred in 2009 in Gaza. A panel chaired by former New York Supreme Court Judge Mary McGowan Davis on Friday said Israeli authorities “significantly […]

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Ghoul: Thousands of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails facing slow death

[ 05/03/2011 – 07:02 AM ]   GAZA, (PIC)– Palestinian minister of prisoners’ affairs Mohammed Al-Ghoul has said that Palestinian prisoners in Israeli occupation authority (IOA) jails were constantly persecuted and harassed by the prison administrations. He told the PIC in an interview on Friday that the lives of those prisoners in IOA jails have […]

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