David and torture

Jasiewicz, Ewa
April 2009
Red Pepper Magazine;Apr/May2009, Issue 165, p36
The article focuses on the issues regarding Israel's military tortures and attacks at Gaza strip. Israel's military forces continued to launch its operations despite the "ceasefire" on January 18 2009, killing 11 and injured 71 by snipers, gunfire, and bombing from naval ships. Torturing and traumatization continues in Gaza as thousands remained under siege, unable to pick pieces of their shattered lives, aid is prevented and patients are blocked from leaving the country.


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