Shooting between the israeli army and the palestinians in gaza.
Opening of the school year in Gaza. Innocent girls dancing with rifles. What's wrong with our world?
Terrorists getting a rocket ready to shoot to Gaza.
We hear from a man seeking a way out of Gaza's despair
A reminder of what the Israelis built in Gaza, and a look at what has been done there since.
On the eve of a Middle East peace conference, Gaza's economy teeters in the balance
July 18, 2007: Gaza's economy is high on the agenda as negotiators from the United States, United Nations, European Union and Russia prepare to meet in Portugal with their newly-appointed emissary, Tony Blair. On June 12, citing security reasons, Israel closed the Karni crossing, the last remaining commercial entry point to Gaza. Only basic food and medicines are allowed in. A Palestinian businessman, quoted by the Associated Press, says 68,000 workers have since lost their jobs. According to Gisha, an Israeli human rights group, 'more than 70% of Gaza's factories have stopped production.' The UN, which supplies food aid to 80 per cent of Gaza's population, is urging the so-called quartet of Middle east mediators to press for the reopening of all Gaza border crossings.
Today the UN's World Food program released footage shot inside Gaza. It shows humanitarian deliveries and Gazans coping with an economy on the brink of collapse.
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Taghreed El-Khodary reports from Gaza and asks: is Hamas in a trap and setting one?
Taghreed El-Khodary is a journalist based in Gaza who writes for the New York Times and reports for The Real News Network.
We take a look at a unique education program for adults in Gaza.
Saud Abu Ramadan: The situation in Gaza is unbearable
Thursday January 24th, 2008
Saud Abu Ramadan is an independent palestinian journalist based in Gaza.
We follow Palestinians as they march en masse from Gaza into Egypt to buy supplies as Egyptian soliders watch on.
Speech by Chris Davies MEP (ALDE-ADLE) on :
Situation in Gaza
[on behalf of the Group] [Language EN original]
gaza strip without electricity ...children in gaza strip face the death now ,,, there is no electricity in hospitals from 3 days till now , alot of patients want electricity to stay alive ,,, israel dont respect any of human rights ,,, UN cannot reach them to help them due to the closure of all crossing points around gaza by israel,,, plz do any think to help them ,,, thank u very much