Tag Archives: waiting

Haneyya: We are still waiting for Egypt to break siege

[ 15/09/2011 – 09:41 AM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Gaza Prime Minister Ismail Haneyya said he is still waiting for a bold decision by Egypt to break the siege on the Gaza Strip and open up the Rafah border crossing. This came during a visit Wednesday by the international Egyptian coalition to break the siege and […]

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Health Ministry : We are waiting for medicine arrival to Gaza

2011-08-10 | Alresalah News Gaza,(Alresalah.ps)–Dr. Monir El-Bursh, the general manager of pharmacy in Palestinian Health Ministry, declared that 40% of medicines deserved to Gaza’s hospital was scheduled to arrive in Gaza the next few days. El-Bursh pointed out that the Health Ministry calls many international associations inside and outside Gaza in order to put pressures […]

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Grapes keep Palestine’s memory alive

Palestinian painter still remembers village 63 years after expulsion ByNadim Kawach | Friday, July 29, 2011 | Emirates 24/7 When he was kicked out of his village in Palestine 63 years ago, painter Farouk Jalal was only a little boy not exceeding five years. Farouk was told he would be back home just within a […]

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MIFTAH: Waiting Game & About Israeli Detention “Policies”

By Meg Walsh for MIFTAH | June 17, 2011 In a small village near Hebron, I am invited to attend a wedding with my new friends, Amirah and her mother. Amirah is nine years old. She is quiet yet seems wise beyond her years— always aware of what is going on around her. At the […]

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Hebron village waiting for promised water repairs

April 22, 2011 BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) – Residents of Deir Al-Asal area in Dura village in Hebron are still suffering from the shortage of water for two years and they received many promises to solve their case. Resident Raed Al-Shawamreh said in an interview with Ma’an that they are marginalized and they don’t have water in […]

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Photo: A tree in Lifta for me and my mum – awaiting return

  April 1, 2011 | Ali Abunimah’s Blog On Land Day, Budour Hassan (@Budouroddick on Twitter), visited Lifta, the village where my mother was born, just outside Jerusalem, and planted an olive tree in honor of my mother and me, as the photo shows. My mother and her family, along with all other Liftawis were […]

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Amnesty International : Victims of Gaza conflict await justice | Video

Amnesty International’s Philip Luther calls on UN Human Rights Council to take action for victims of conflict. Please take action by signing the petition here: http://www.amnesty.org/en/appeals-for-action/justice-victims-gaza-conflict On 21 March, the Human Rights Council will consider the second report of a Committee of Independent Experts which it mandated to assess the Israeli and Palestinian investigations into […]

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‘Hosni Mubarak, the plane is waiting’

by Yasmine El Rashidi | NYRBlog | The New York Review of Books Pierre Sioufi Cairo, January 25, 2011 Cairo on the morning of January 25 felt like something of a ghost town. Few civilians were to be found on the streets, most stores were shuttered, and the typically heaving downtown was deserted. It was […]

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