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  People marched through London’s streets in tens of thousands on Saturday to call for an end to Israeli military action in Gaza. Chants of ‘Free, free Palestine’ could be heard throughout the heart of the capital’s busiest shopping district as people from across the UK wound their way from the BBC headquarters in Portland Place to the US Embassy in Grovesnor Square, ending with rally in Hyde Park. There were also marches in other capitals as efforts to craft a lasting ceasefire continued in Cairo, Egypt. Almost 2,000 Palestinians have died in the conflict, the majority of them civilians,

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During the Holiest month of the Islamic calendar “Ramadan” the Israeli Government has continued its military attacks on the people of Palestine. Ramadan is the month of peace, reflection and giving for people of Muslim faith, yet the Palestinians have not experienced peace since the Military strikes began 3 days into the first week of fasting for Ramadan.  More than 1200 Palestinian’s have lost their lives, most of the casualties’ civilians consisting of the elderly, women and children. The month of reflection and peace has been a nightmare for Palestinians, as they choke on the phosphorous bombs Israel drops on

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World’s major cities saw thousands standing united and strong, holding demonstrations, in support of the victims of Gaza, Palestine under the onslaught of Israel in which more than 400 people have died so far. Protests were held in Norway, Sweden, USA, Germany, London, Argentina, Paris, and Sydney. France originally tried to ban the demonstrations, the government and media are seen as portraying Israel as the victim that has angered the population and saw more than 10,000 defiant protestors in Lyon, Paris and Toulouse. Some peaceful protests turned violent as stone throwing was exchanged between protestors and the police. The situation

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Thousands of people marched through London’s West End yesterday in protest against Israeli action against Palestinians living in Gaza. Chants of ‘From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free’ could be heard echoing through the Capital’s streets as people processed from outside the gates of Downing Street, home to UK Prime Minister David Cameron, to the Israeli Embassy near Hyde Park. A policeman told The Kashmir Walla he believed numbers approached 16,000, adding that was a ‘guestimation’. People from across the UK attended the march, with banners from Gloucestershire and Leicesteshire, with one choirister proudly waving a Welsh

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After the continuous airstrikes on Gaza, Palestine, the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said he has instructed the military to begin a ground offensive in Gaza. The bombing has been now going on for ten days. According to the health officials of Gaza at least 229 Palestinians, mostly civilians, have been killed since the bombing began. Among them were more than 40 children. Reuters News tweeted: Israeli prime minister says has instructed military to begin ground offensive in Gaza – official statement — Reuters India (@ReutersIndia) July 17, 2014 Further details awaited.  

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Gaza, Palestine: Every day ​as we​ are ​bombed we are playing a game​, and when I spoke to my aunt in U.A.E​. she was ​so surprised that we were playing a game. She said really! Yes, really​ I replied​. She asked me what is it? “The game is that you have to know what military machine is being used to bomb us​. She laughed so much​. But she was masking her pain. One could hear the crack in her laughter because she knew with this game we are surviving… its the survival game. ​ ​Identification of the bombing machinery is

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Gaza City:  New Israeli air strikes in Gaza on early on Wednesday killed several people, medics said, bringing the death toll from Israel’s operation in the besieged Palestinian territory to 202. A strike on a house in the southern city of Rafah killed two men, emergency services spokesman Ashraf al-Qudra told AFP, and a separate raid killed a young man who witnesses said was an Islamic Jihad militant. Another Rafah strike shortly afterwards left one man dead, Qudra said, while a raid on the home of Mohammed al-Arjani in the southern city of Khan Yunis killed his son Abdullah, 19.

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As of writing, over 170 Palestinians have been killed in the latest wave of Israeli bombings on the Gaza Strip as part of its “Operation Protective Edge.” Last Friday, the United Nations published a report estimating that as much as 77 percent of the victims are civilians and called for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas. More than 1100 have been injured and 17000 people have sought refuge in shelters in seven days of bombing that is showing no sign of end. In response to the escalation of violence, protests calling for an end to the bombing and violence in

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Continuing the protest against Israel’s attack on Gaza – a Palestinian territory, the students from various educational institutions of Kashmir today led a march through the roads of summer capital Srinagar. The protesters were raising anti-Israel, anti-India slogans, while holding placards in support of Gazans. More than 165 people have been killed in Gaza since Israel launched airstrikes on last Tuesday. Shahid Tantray follows the protests here:

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It breaks my heart. Images of a toddler burnt to death by an Israeli hell-fire missile, being held aloft by her father, is the worst thing that can happen to you on a weekend. The spectacle of ugliness that Israel has let loose in Gaza this week proves one thing: That no matter how much we progress as individuals and societies, no matter how advanced we grow in science, technology and arts, no matter how much we evolve culturally — at a fundamental level humans have a tendency to be merciless, evil and wicked. I do not wish to get

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