November 19, 2012

We in Gaza Will Not Die in Silence

Musa Abumarzuq, The Guardian

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The western position has given political cover to the Israeli aggression and encouraged its leadership to continue their attacks. Thus, in the eyes of our people and those of the entire region, western countries are complicit. European governments, in contrast to their peoples whose majority support Palestinian rights, have demonstrated their double standards and hypocrisy again. The human rights that Europe claims to defend all over the world are denied to the Palestinian people. European governments have done nothing while 1.7 million Gazans have been subjected for the past five years to an Israeli blockade – denying them food, water, medicine and even determining how many calories they should be allowed each day. The right of people to resist occupation and confront aggression...

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TAGGED: Palestinians, Gaza Strip, Palestine, Israel, Hamas, Gaza


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