Veröffentlicht: 6. January 2009
Random shelling and Compulsory Migration For Thousands in Gaza Strip By: Sameh A. Habeeb
Random shelling and Compulsory Migration For Thousands in Gaza Strip Breaking News: A Massacre: Samuni family says: Israeli soldiers gather 30 persons from Al Samoni family in one house. Ten families were in the house from the same clan. Many civilians were killed as artillery shells bombed the...
Veröffentlicht: 5. January 2009
News Report Ground Military Operation By: Sameh A. Habeeb
News Report Ground Military Operation By: Sameh A. Habeeb Breaking News: Five Palestinians killed in a bombing targeted Mus'ab Bin Umair mosque northern Gaza Strip.   Breaking News: Five Palestinians from one family "Bakr" killed west of Gaza City. The mother was killed along with...
Veröffentlicht: 31. December 2008
Gaza Strip, 30 Dec, 2008- Israeli air force still launching the heaviest bombardments in Gaza ever.
The fourth day of Israeli military operation started with heavy bombings took place west of Gaza City in addition to killing 2 children and around 10 in various places in Gaza to raise death toll to 390 while wounded people up to 1 thousand and 700 most of them civilians. The Israeli announced...
Veröffentlicht: 29. December 2008
by Physicians for Human Rights-Israel, Al-Mezan Center (Gaza) and The Palestinian Medical Relief Society (Ramallah)
Since the start of the Israeli military strikes against the Gaza Strip, true to Sunday, 16:00, 282 dead (including 20 children and 9 women) and about 700 wounded persons (including 130 children and 28 women) have been identified by Gaza hospitals, including more than 100 seriously wounded....
Veröffentlicht: 28. December 2008
from: The Campaign to Free Ahmed Saadat, December 25, 2008
The Campaign to Free Ahmad Sa'adat denounces the absurd, massive sentence given to Ahmad Sa'adat by the illegitimate military court of the occupier today, Tuesday, December 25 and calls upon all to act, protest and demonstrate against this sentence and demand freedom for Sa'adat and all Palestinian...
Veröffentlicht: 26. December 2008
By: Sameh Akram Habeeb, 26/12/2008
Israeli politicians, in the run-up to elections, are promising to deal a severe blow to Gaza as this is how Israeli policy is made. However, every household in Gaza is already under siege. In Gaza you can only find pale, angry and frustrated faces. If you visit my house you won't find power, while...
Veröffentlicht: 23. December 2008
more from the DIGNITY on her way to Gaza, 20 december 2008
For More Information, please contact: (Gaza) Ewa Jasiewicz, +970 598 700 497 / freelance@mailworks.org (Gaza) Huwaida Arraf, +970 599 130 426 / Huwaida.Arraf@gmail.com (Cyprus) Greta Berlin, +357 99 081 767 / Iristulip@gmail.com (Gaza Port, Gaza, 20 December 2008) The DIGNITY pulled into Gaza...
Veröffentlicht: 13. December 2008
by Jeremy Salt 6 December 2008
The infiltration of Hebron began in the wake of the 1967 war when followers of the extremist and very violent rabbi Moshe Levinger took over the Park Hotel in the centre of the city. The Israeli government claimed there was nothing it could do to stop them when, in fact, Levinger and his...
Veröffentlicht: 12. December 2008
Press Release by Luisa Morgantini, Vice President of the European Parliament
The European Parliament suspends the vote on the upgrade of EU- Israel relations The European Parliament postponed the vote on the proposal by the EU Commission and Council for the draft recommendation on the proposal for the conclusion of a Protocol to the EU-Israel Association Agreement and...
Veröffentlicht: 10. December 2008
Boat leaves Cyprus to implement "Right to Study" of Palestinian students PRESS RELEASE - 8th December 2008 for immediate release by BRITISH COMMITTEE FOR THE UNIVERSITIES OF PALESTINE (BRICUP)
Two Jewish academics from the UK, Emeritus Professor Jonathan Rosenhead and Research Fellow Mike Cushman, both from the Department of Management at the London School of Economics, have joined the latest 'Free Gaza' boat in an attempt to enable Palestinian university students to pursue their studies...