Mother: I would have preferred a different son had died
The Palestinian Authority continues to promote the use of children as soldiers and to present their deaths as valuable and heroic.
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Mostly Fatah members receive hero's welcome in Ramallah
Israel considers the release of the prisoners a gesture of goodwill towards Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah movement.
Fatah recognizes the Israeli state, Hamas does not. Since the collapse of the Palestinian unity government and the Hamas take over of Gaza , Israel dropped most of its embargo against the West Bank. It increased the isolation of Gaza. Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri said the release 'has no real value because most of the prisoners are from one faction, and most were about to be released.' The freed Palestinians traveled in buses from central Israel to the Bituniya border crossing on the West Bank. APTN captured the journey and the emotional outpouring in Ramallah.
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The landscape is bleak. Families live in fear of militants facing off in the streets. Since the beginning of this year in Gaza and the West Bank 23 children have died. This is no place for children to play. An oasis in the center of Rafa City, in Gaza, can be found here at the Ajyal Al Mustaqbal Center. The name means 'Generations of the Future' and it's is one of 40 youth clubs in the West Bank and Gaza supported by UNICEF and its partners. The mission is to help children deal with feelings of hopelessness and provide a safe place for them to thrive. Children are offered life-skills training and psychosocial sessions as well as a variety of child friendly activities. The children have the opportunity to socialize, play and learn - all things unavailable to them in the chaos of their daily lives. Seemingly ordinary activities become a welcome relief. UNICEF and its partners plan to open 15 more youth clubs, reaching an additional 16,000 Palestinian children.
Politicians from all the major UK parties, sitting on an international development committee today, get up to date reports from humanitarian and social organisations on the situation in the Palestinian territories in the Middle East.
The army has fenced off the farmland of Khalifah Da'neh, a Palestinian resident of the Hebron District, attaching it to the lands of the adjacent settlement Givat Haharsinah. On the morning of 5 February 2008, a settler drove his car onto the farmland, stepped out holding an electric saw, and began to cut off branches of fruit trees. Da'neh stood startled on the other side of the fence, unable to do anything about it. The settler put the branches into his car and drove toward the settlement. This was not the first time settlers have entered Da'neh's land. In this instance, though, he filmed the incident in its entirety. Da'neh handed the video film over to the police, with whom he filed a complaint. Israel fenced and attached Da'neh's land to the settlement in 2004, classifying it a "special security zone." The state promised the High Court of Justice that it would enable Palestinian farmers free entry to their fenced land, and would prohibit settlers from entering. The Da'neh case shows that the reality is just the opposite: absurdly, Israel does not permit entry of Palestinian landowners to "special security zones," yet enables settlers to enter the land as they wish. www.btselem****