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Thousands of people demonstrated Saturday during Israel-Sweden Davis Cup play in Malmo, Sweden, to protest the invasion of Gaza. Police estimated the crowd of protesters at 6,000, The Local reported.
Request comes after Israel bombs U.N. headquarters, hospitals, media center WASHINGTON, Jan.
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A growing number of celebrities say Israel should stop all military action in the Gaza Strip immediately. Scottish singer Annie Lennox and English comedian Alexei Sayle are among the high-profile entertainers speaking out against Israel's bombing of the troubled Middle East region, the BBC reported Friday. With the bombings being blamed for more than 400 deaths in the Gaza Strip, Lennox has called for peace negotiations to end the bloodshed. It's a question of human rights, human values that...
SOUTHFIELD, Mich., Dec. 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Life for Relief and Development (LIFE), a U.S.-based charity, has begun providing emergency humanitarian relief to the civilian victims of the recent conflict in Gaza.
By Osama Dawoud Not many people in the Gaza Strip spend their time thinking about Utah's Great Salt Lake. I have been dreaming of it for months. This year, I was awarded a Fulbright scholarship to the University of Utah to study in the department of civil and environmental engineering.
Text of report by pro-Hamas Palestinian Information Centre website on 21 August [Unattributed report: "Haniyah Asks Red Cross To Work on Lifting Siege on Gaza"] GAZA, (PIC) - Isma'il Haniyah, the premier of the PNA caretaker government, called Wednesday [20 August] on the Red Cross delegation to work on lifting the unjust siege on the Gaza Strip and to intervene to facilitate the travel of patients for medical treatment outside the Strip.
Text of report by Hamas-backed newspaper Filistin on 5 July ["Dimensions" column by Khalid Walid Mahmud: "What Use Is the Calm if There Is No Commitment to it?"] Ever since the first moments of the implementation of the calm agreement between Hamas and 'Israel' questions have been repeatedly raised among most observers about the extent the Israeli side will continue to commit to the calm and implement its articles.
Text of report by Hamas-backed newspaper Filistin website on 11 June [Report by Jum'ah Unus: "Gaza Patients Haunted by Death, Their Families Stand Confused Watching Their Suffering"] If the situation remains unchanged, the only thing left for the patients prevented from travelling by the occupation is to await the same fate that led to the death of dozens of patients, and join the fast-moving convoy of victims of the siege that waits for no one.
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