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No safe havens in a war which can’t be won

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Activism: There is a stream of actions which does not stop us from feeling helpless towards all the horror, especially today. From the first day (see a video of the Tel-Aviv action Dec.27)

With a ten thousand strong demo – a week later

Today we demonstrated in Jaffa and saw on the Israeli TV how our friends demonstrated against the war in Be’er Sheva, which is in the range of missiles from Gaza Tomorrow, Wednesday – at 18.00 another demo in Tel-Aviv against the Madness (Gaza coalition)Thursday 18.00 PM – demonstration in solidarity with reservists refusing to take part in Gaza War; initiative: the revived Courage to Refuse movement.

Articles: IAF targets UN-run school; Palestinians: At least 30 killed Israel radio already speaks of 40Yaakov Katz, AP – Jerusalem Post – The United Nations said hundreds of people from a Gaza City refugee camp had gone to seek shelter in the school

Israeli citizens calling upon international community to stop Israel Signatories: As if the occupation was not enough, the brutal ongoing repression of the Palestinian population, the construction of settlements and the siege of Gaza- now comes the bombardment of the civilian population: men, women, old folks and children. Hundreds of dead, hundreds of injured, overwhelmed hospitals, and the central medicine depot of Gaza bombed.

Here follow the January 6, 2009 press picks from what was published recently by different sources -posted by TOI-staff on Occupation Magazine. (Today, we posted articles; OM is updated each day of the week, by different editors. For earlier articles use the powerfull search function & view the sections.)


Written by morris

January 7, 2009 at 3:48 pm

Posted in Gaza, Israel

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