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Health of Palestinian hunger strikers worsening in Israeli jails: Ministry

Source : Presstv / 3 Aug 2013

Palestinian authorities have warned about the deteriorating health conditions of hunger striking prisoners in Israeli jails.

The Palestinian Ministry for Prisoner Affairs warned about the worsening health conditions of the Palestinian detainees who have gone on hunger strike in Israeli prisons.

The ministry said that the hunger strikers are at risk of death.


Israel supplies Gaza hospitals with killer gas

Source : Presstv / 28 May 2013

Palestinian sources say the Israeli regime has supplied Gaza hospitals with a potentially killer gas to be used for anesthetic purposes, Press TV reports.

The Ministry of Health in Gaza said Israel, which is the sole supplier of nitrous oxide gas to Gaza hospitals, gave them carbon dioxide gas posing as nitrous oxide.


Zionism much worse than Apartheid

By Gilad Atzmon / 11 Mar 2013

Once involved with Palestinian Solidarity you have to accept that Jews are special and so is their suffering; Jews are like no other people, their Holocaust is like no other genocide and anti-Semitism, is the vilest form of racism the world has ever known and so on and so forth.

But when it comes to the Palestinians, the exact opposite is the case. For some reason we are expected to believe that the Palestinians are not special at all -- they are just like everyone else. Palestinians have not been subject to a unique, racist, nationalist and expansionist Jewish nationalist movement, instead, we must all agree that, just like the Indians and the Africans, the Palestinian ordeal results from run-of-the-mill 19th century colonialism - just more of the same old boring Apartheid.


Israel breaches truce 820 times in three months

Source : Middle East Monitor / 4 Feb 2013

Human rights organisations have revealed that Israel has breached its ceasefire agreement with the Palestinians on more than 800 occasions since it was signed last November. In stark contrast, the Palestinians have broken the truce just twice.

Data based on reports produced by the United Nations, the Israeli Legal Centre for Freedom of Movement (GISHA) and the Palestinian Centre for Human Rights, as well as Israeli and Palestinian media outlets, found that the three months old ceasefire is not being taken seriously by the Israeli occupation authorities.


How Israel legitimises torturing Palestinians to death

Source : Al Jazeera / 26 Feb 2013

Six days after Arafat Jaradat was arrested by the Israeli army and the Shin Bet, he was dead. Between the date of his arrest - February 18 - and the day of his death - February 23 - his lawyer Kamil Sabbagh met with Arafat only once: in front of a military judge at the Shin Bet's Kishon interrogation facility.

Sabbagh reported that when he saw Jaradat, the man was terrified. Arafat told his lawyer that he was in acute pain from being beaten and forced to sit in stress positions with his hands bound behind his back.


Flame: Israel’s newest contribution to the world

Source: | 14 Jun 2012

The country that brought us Iranian nuclear assassinations, explosions at Iran missile bases, and Stuxnet, is at it again. A computer virus called Flame, is spreading among computers in the Middle East, according to an article by an expert at Kaspersky Labs:


'Zionist Land Broker Memoirs'. Palestinian land owners before the 'Nakba'

Al-Hassad, the Syrian publishing house has released an historical diary entitled “Zionist Land-Broker Memoirs, based on the diaries of Yousef Nahmani, a Jew who excelled in buying Palestinian land for the “Jewish National Fund,” when he was its director in Tiberius.

According to Nahmani, among the original owners whom he bought the lands from for the Zionists, was Elias Kotaite who sold the area of Sobh, which included six thousand dunums {one dunum is 1000 sq metres) The settlements of Hanita and Ayalon were built on this land.


US declares 'total war' on Islam

By Ismail Salami | PressTV | 20 May 2012

In an organized act of brutality, a number of US soldiers went on a house-to-house shooting spree in Zangabad village, Kandahar in March and massacred 16 people including nine children while they were sleeping and all Washington had to say were a few words of condolence and apology nonchalantly strung together in order to appease the overwhelming public rage in Afghanistan. Western media however reduced the number of the killers to one.


Ordeal of remembrance

By Fawaz Turki | Gulf News | 19 May 2012

To meet deadline, an obligation that political commentators, no less than news reporters, are enjoined by editors against toying with, I have to write this column today -- which just happens to be May 15, the time each year when Palestinians, along with sundry Arabs, commemorate the Nakba, the day in 1948 when Palestine was dismembered and Palestinians were expelled from home and homeland.


How nuclear can Israel be?

By Ismail Salami | PressTV | 9 May 2012

Imagine a world plunged in darkness and extreme cold with the sunlight screened off by a thick pall of dust cloud. Imagine a world flung back into chaos. This is an image conceived of a world abandoned to dereliction by doomsday weapons.


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