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#PalHunger | Ahrar: Hunger strikers Sharawna and Issawi reached a life-threatening stage

[ PIC 05/12/2012 – 09:37 AM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Ahrar center for prisoner studies and human rights said the health condition of hunger strikers Ayman Sharawna and Samer Issawi is deteriorating very badly, describing it as extremely serious and delicate. In a press release, director of the center Fouad Al-Khafsh stated that the two prisoners […]

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Israel drops leaflets into Gaza warning of no-go zone

See leaflet below this post Maan News Agency | April 2, 2012 GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — Israeli planes dropped pamphlets in the southern Gaza Strip on Monday morning, warning Palestinians not to enter a no-go zone on its southern border. The leaflets, signed by Israeli forces general command, include a map of the zone, a […]

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Naim warns of imminent danger threatening Palestinians in Israeli captivity

Support Prisoners of Palestine – Worldwide Event | Pictures | Topic | Category [ 09/10/2011 – 05:44 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Dr. Basem Naim, the health minister in Gaza, has warned of imminent danger threatening the lives of Palestinian captives in Israeli occupation jails as a result of the deliberate medical neglect of their health […]

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US boat will sail to Gaza, despite Israeli threats

Jane Hirschmann | The Electronic Intifada | 18 May 2011 Activists around the US have raised funds to sail a US boat to Gaza.(ActiveStills) Gaza is crumbling under the weight of an Israeli siege backed by the Obama administration. Roughly 80 percent of Palestinians in Gaza now depend on aid. Vast amounts of infrastructure destroyed in the […]

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Tadamun: Real danger threatening life of cancer stricken prisoner

[ 08/01/2011 – 03:01 PM ]   NABLUS, (PIC)– Real danger is threatening the life of detainee Akram Mansour after he contracted cancer four years ago due to deliberate medical neglect on the part of the Israeli prisons authority (IPA), the Tadamum (solidarity) institution for human rights said on Saturday. Ahmed Al-Beitawi, a researcher with […]

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