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Urgent Petition to End the Health Crisis in Gaza PDF Print E-mail
Dec 05, 2007 at 12:00 AM

Appeal - Appeal - Appeal

www.thepetitionsite.com/1/save-gaza

We have a very series shortage of diesel in the ministry of Health the majority of the 11 hospitals of MOH do suffer from a shortage of fuel, the same is for the 52 primary health care clinics and vehicles.

I am not speaking now about the consequences but they are catastrophic and include the transportation defect which will not enable the employees of the Ministry to go to their hospitals.

Please. We urge you to help us by applying any sort of pressure that could let the Israelis change their mind about this fatal action that would threaten the lives of thousands of civilians in the already under siege Gaza.

Dr Medhat Abbas
General Director of Crisis Management Unit
Ministry of Health, Gaza.
Contact: mabbas@gov.ps

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Boycott Chapters & Indigo PDF Print E-mail
May 11, 2007 at 12:00 AM
Chapters / Indigo / Israeli Military  
CUT THE TIES WITH ISRAELI APARTHEID!

NO SUPPORT FOR ISRAELI MILITARY

Boycott Israeli Apartheid Campaign

The controlling shareholders of Chapters/Indigo use their profits to directly support Israeli soldiers enforcing the illegal and brutal occupation of Palestine. The Israeli military has a well-documented history of human rights violations and war crimes in the West Bank, Gaza Strip, and Lebanon.

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Campaign for the Right of Entry / Re-Entry to the Occupied Palestinian Territory (oPt) PDF Print E-mail
Mar 15, 2007 at 06:11 PM
A Grassroots Campaign for the Protection of Foreign Passport Holders Residing in and/or visiting the oPt
ICRR
Israeli Committee for Right of Residency

Tel: 972-9-958-4804

PLEASE DISTRIBUTE WIDELY

In March 2006, the Israeli government initiated a policy of visa denial to individuals of Palestinian descent having foreign passports, many of whom Israel has arbitrarily denied residency rights to in the Occupied Palestinian Territory ( OPT). Many of these persons have lived in the OPT for years without succeeding to obtain residency rights even though they made Palestine their primary residence and place of employment/business, married local Palestinians, and had children who were born in Palestine. 

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Blood and Champagne
EVERY PEOPLE elevate the profession in which they excel.

If a person in the street were asked to name the area of enterprise in which we Israelis excel, his answer would probably be: Hi-Tech. And indeed, in this area we have recorded some impressive achievements. It seems as if hardly a day passes without an Israeli start-up company that was born in a garage being sold for hundreds of millions. Little Israel is one of the major hi-tech powers in the world.

But the profession in which Israel is not only one of the biggest, but the unchallenged Numero Uno is: liquidations.

This week this was proven once again. The Hebrew verb "lekhassel" - liquidate - in all its grammatical forms, currently dominates our public discourse. Respected professors debate with academic solemnity when to "liquidate" and whom. Used generals discuss with professional zeal the technicalities of "liquidation", its rules and methods. Shrewd politicians compete with each other about the number and status of the candidates for "liquidation".

INDEED, FOR a long time now there has not been such an orgy of jubilation and self-congratulation in the Israeli media as there was this week. Every reporter, every commentator, every political hack, every transient celeb interviewed on TV, on the radio and in the newspapers, was radiant with pride. We have done it! We have succeeded! We have "liquidated" Imad Mughniyeh!

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