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Israeli airstrike turns Gaza family’s life into torment

April 10, 2011 by Hamada Hattab, Omer Othmani GAZA, April 9 (Xinhua) — Ibrahim Qdieh, a 52-year-old resident of southern Gaza village of Abassan, never knew that a few-minute absence from home would rescue him from a possible death but left him gulping the pain of losing wife and daughter for the rest of his […]

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Suffering There and Back: The Story of the Palestinians Who Build Illegal Settlements

22.02.11 – 15:42 Mustafa Sabri – Qalqiliya – PNN/Exclusive – Raed, an electrician, makes at least a 15 kilometer journey every day from his home city of Qalqiliya in the northern West Bank, to one of the 23 surrounding illegal Israeli settlements. One day, PNN accompanied him to witness his long hours. An illegal Israeli settlement […]

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PALESTINE’S LONG TORMENT

January 3rd, 2009  Anindya Bhattacharyya In 1917 the British foreign secretary Lord Balfour gave official backing to their colonial ambitions. He hoped that a Zionist state in Palestine would serve the interests of British imperialism. The Gaza Strip is effectively the world’s largest prison camp. Zionist terror gangs drove its population from their homes during […]

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