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Sawasiya: Israel deceiving the world about siege
Sawasiya: Israel deceiving the world about siege
Sawasiya center for human rights has charged Israel with deceiving the world into recognizing its siege of Gaza Strip and giving it a legitimate cover.
Sunday, July 25,2010 14:52
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GAZA, Sawasiya center for human rights has charged Israel with deceiving the world into recognizing its siege of Gaza Strip and giving it a legitimate cover.

The center said in a statement on Saturday that the UN call for sending aid only through land crossings is a contribution to the Israeli siege.

It called for revising all resolutions and calls in this regard and sending specialized committees to inquire about the difficult living conditions of the inhabitants in the Strip.

The center asked for binding international resolutions that would force Israel to end the siege completely including opening all crossings and allowing passage for all goods.

Sawasiya asked the media to shed light on the state of the closed crossings, which do not meet the minimum basic needs of the citizens.

tags: Gaza / Gaza Siege / IOA / IOF / Aid Convoys / Gaza Crossings /
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