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The State of Gaza Strip Border Crossings 1 – 17 February 2008PCHR - To date 1.5 million civilians living in Gaza remain at risk due to the Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) siege and closure of the entire Gaza Strip. This closure has drastically affected the ability of the civilian population to secure their basic needs, including food and medicine as well as access to adequate and appropriate healthcare.28/2/2008
Electricity Shortages in the Gaza Strip: Situation Report OCHA - U.N. - Already before the new punitive electricity cuts started this week at the order of Minister of Defence Ehud Barak, the majority of Gazan households had power cuts of at least eight hours per day, some having no electricity for as long as 12 hours a day. This is the situation since in June 2006, following the capture of an Israeli combat soldier by Palestinian militants, Israeli aircraft destroyed the six transformers of Gaza’s only power plant.9/2/2008
Starting Thursday: Escalation in Collective Punishment of Gaza - Further Electricity Cuts PlannedGisha - News Release - Beginning Thursday, Feb. 7, Israel will reduce supplies of electricity it sells to Gaza, as part of punitive measures taken against Gaza`s civilian population, with the approval of Israel`s Supreme Court. The cutbacks to electricity were permitted after Israel`s Supreme Court last week rejected a petition by ten Israeli and Palestinian human rights organizations challenging Israel`s planned reductions to the supplies of electricity and fuel it allows Gaza residents to purchase. 7/2/2008
Breaking the Silence is bringing its exhibition, Soldiers Talk about the Occupation to the U.S. in February and March. 5/2/2008
Increasing Need, Decreasing Access: Tightening Control On Economic MovementOCHA - The West Bank has limited natural resources and its economy depends on trade and remittances from jobs in Israel. Since the majority of the West Bank’s trade is with Israel, the current closure regime is forcing many West Bankers into reliance on aid and worsening the already deteriorating socio-economic conditions. UN agencies currently provide food aid to more than 790, 650 Palestinians in the West Bank. A dependency, which according to the World Bank, is not temporary: "aid reliance dismantles existing economic structures and leads to a decline, which is difficult to reverse."5/2/2008
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Defending Palestinian Prisoners: A Report on the Status of Defense Lawyers in Israeli Courts Addameer -- More than 650,000 Palestinians have been detained by Israel since 1967. As of July 2006, there were 9,493 Palestinians held in Israeli prisons. At least 765 of these prisoners are administrative detainees and have not been charged or tried. There are 311 prisoners aged 18 and younger, and 126 of the prisoners are female4/2/2008
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