Growing movement confronts Israel

Harrison, Stu
January 2010
Green Left Weekly;1/27/2010, Issue 823, p20
The article focuses on the report entitled 23 Days of War, 928 Days of Closure which was released by the Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR) concerning the impact of the illegal closure of borders in Gaza by the authorities of Israeli and the sufferings of Palestinian with regards to access to medicine and food during the Israel's December 2008 to January 2009 war.


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