We are All Gaza

Dossier: We are All Gaza Outside Gaza, We Are All Equal
From Sderot to Al-Arish, passing through the North Pole, and from Al-Naqab to Cyprus, passing through Mexico, we are all equal concerning Gaza.
Dossier: We are All Gaza Gaza needs our help
The "all-out war" against Palestinians in Gaza, more than 80 percent of whom depend on food aid to survive, is being waged with more than bombs and missiles. As Israel continues its chokehold on Gaza's 1.5 million people, humanitarian agencies from the United Nations on down have struggled to bring the most basic aid, including food and medicine, into this "closed military zone."
Dossier: We are All Gaza Words for Gaza
Feeling so helpless in front of the Gaza tragedy we just publish some words for Gaza by Maltese author Antoine Cassar to say the horror and dispair.
Dossier: We are All Gaza A letter to Noora
I’m sorry, I know I’ve disappointed you. After all I’m just another European. And our elections are just round the corner, too, and I’ll get all heated over – perhaps I’ll even write an article – and then, when the day arrives, I’ll vote for a Europe, and a proud Malta, that will continue to screw Palestine.
 
Dossier: We are All Gaza A Music School Silenced in Gaza
There was a music school in Gaza. It was just six months old. The compound was targeted in the first wave of Israeli bombardments on December 27, and twice more the next day. The five-story building was vaporized; a flat gravel surface is all that remains.
 
Dossier: We are All Gaza No more Gaza Music School
The Gaza Music School launched by the Qattan Foundation was 3 months old when its premises were destroyed by Israel’s bombing campaign.
 
Dossier: We are All Gaza Listen and remember
There was a news report that a Libyan plane had transported Gaza’s wounded (no more than a handful in matter of fact) to be treated in Libya’s hospitals. This brought to mind the figure of “Colonel” Muammar Al-Qadhafi, the very man who had dumped thousands of Palestinians on the Libyan-Egyptian border, where they remain to this day..
 
Dossier: We are All Gaza Gaza Reveals History's Familiar Tune
It is astonishing how old adages emerge to illuminate perplexing and convoluted situations. History unfolds itself like an ever-familiar tune as the people of Occupied Palestine perish at the hands of Israel’s colonial settlement and Muslim leaders quiver in their collective boots.
 

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