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AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL URGENT ACTION Gaza Patients - UpdateAMNESTY INTERNATIONAL -"Karima Abu Dalal`s condition has dramatically deteriorated and she is now in Shifa Hospital in Gaza, where she is believed to be terminally ill. She has Hodgkin`s disease, a cancer of the lymph glands which is curable in more than 90 per cent of cases, but she was denied access to the treatment she needed for several months as Israel refused her a permit to leave Gaza."24/10/2008
“A Dangerous Journey: Settler violence against Palestinian schoolchildren under Israeli military escort”Christian Peacemaker Teams and Operation Dove - Report - The military escort began in the fall of 2004, following attacks by settlers on the schoolchildren and internationals accompanying them on the public road that passes between Ma’on settlement and Hill 833 (Havat Ma’on) settler outpost. In November 2004, Israeli Knesset Committee for Children’s Rights affirmed the initial verbal agreement for military accompaniment of the children between the At-Tuwani mayor and the Israeli District Coordinating Office (DCO), the section of the army that coordinates civilian affairs in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. 23/10/2008
URGENT ACTION AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL - Medical Concern - The children named above suffer from serious heart conditions including congenital heart defects commonly known as holes in the heart. All the children need urgent surgery that cannot be provided in Gaza, which lacks both the necessary medical facilities and specialists. The children were due to be operated on by a team of British heart specialists at Makassad Hospital in East Jerusalem during the week beginning 4 October 2008. They were not able to leave the Gaza Strip because the Israeli authorities refused permissions to their mothers/grandmothers to leave Gaza to accompany them. 23/10/2008
Palestinian group says Israelis killed 68 children in Gaza in yearRory McCarthy - The Guardian - Many of the deaths resulted from an Israeli military incursion into Jabaliya, in eastern Gaza, in late February and early March, in which more than 100 Palestinians, at least half of them civilians, died in what Israel said was an operation to stop rockets being fired into southern Israeli towns.21/10/2008
The Humanitarian Monitor | September 2008OCHA - In September, internal tensions impacted access to basic services in Gaza, while the Israeli closure continued. Demolitions in Area C resumed after a four-month lull. More than 60% of Palestinians denied access to Jerusalem for prayer during Ramadan. 16/10/2008
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