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Gaza in Misery January 22, 2008

Posted by shadows15 in Contemporary Issues, Misc.
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Ibraheem Abu Mustafa/Reuters

Palestinians waited to buy bread from a baker in the Gaza Strip on Monday.

Recently our brothers and sisters in Gaza were facing a blockade of fuel and medicine from Israel as hospitals begin to run out of power and electricity. This blockade will take a heavy toll on people needing emergency care, the sick, the elderly and all the residents of Gaza. International aid agencies warned of an impending humanitarian disaster in the wake of this blockade. Already more than 40 Palestinians have died of their illnesses since Israel began closing its borders with the territory 6 months ago, preventing them from seeking treatment in Israeli hospitals. Also 5 patients died over the weekend in Gaza hospitals following the latest fuel embargo. Make duá for your brothers and sisters in Gaza as this genocide continues in the holy lands of Islam.

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