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Weekly Report: On Israeli Human Rights Violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territory: No.42/2007, 18 - 24 Oct. 2007Palestinian Centre for Human Rights - "Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) Continue Systematic Attacks on Palestinian Civilians and Property in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT)" 25/10/2007
Left on the Ground for Nearly an Hour, a Patient in a Serious Condition Dies Due to Restrictions at Erez CrossingPalestinian Centre for Human Rights - Press Release - "The patient needed additional oxygen, which was brought by the ambulance driver from Shifa Hospital in Gaza City. Israeli occupation troops forced them to wait for two additional hours to conduct security checking on the ambulance. During the checking, Israeli troops placed the patient on the ground under the sun for nearly an hour, although his health condition was deteriorating. At the end of the security checking, Israeli troops ordered taking the patient back to Shifa Hospital, but he died soon." 24/10/2007
Hundreds killed in Gaza Strip violenceamnesty international - Report - "Hundreds of Palestinians lost their lives as a result of the inter-factional political violence that engulfed the Gaza Strip in the past year. Fighting between security forces and armed groups loyal to the two main Palestinian political parties caused the deaths of many unarmed bystanders not involved in the confrontations, including children." 24/10/2007
GAZA HUMANITARIAN SITUATION REPORT: Sept. 19 - Oct. 09United Nation. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs - "On 19 September, the Israeli security cabinet voted to declare the Gaza Strip “hostile territory,” approving among other things the restriction of commercial supplies to Gaza, in response to the ongoing Qassam rocket fire at Israeli communities. A large reduction has been reported in the number of truckloads entering Gaza through the Sufa and Kerem Shalom crossings. Due to increasing restrictions on access, aid agencies continue to face difficulties on a daily basis to implement programs and respond to humanitarian needs in the Gaza Strip. " 18/10/2007
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Popular Struggle Front slams measures limiting freedom of press in GazaIMEMC News - "The Popular Struggle Front in Gaza issued a press release on Wednesday slamming that the illegal measures and attacks which are affecting the freedom of press and proper media conducts in the Gaza Strip" 18/10/2007
Black Days in the Absence of Justice: Report on Bloody Fighting in the Gaza Strip from 7 to 14 June 2007PCHR - "The report details results of investigations conducted by PCHR into the bloody fighting between Hamas and Fatah movements, represented by their armed wings and security services, which ended with Hamas’ takeover of all headquarters and sites of security services, and consequently, the whole Gaza Strip. This latest round of fighting took the lives of 161 Palestinians, including 41 civilians. This figure includes 7 children and 11 women. Additionally, at least 700 Palestinians were wounded." 10/10/2007
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