Huffingtonpost.it, 09/08/2017


Mohammed Salem / Reuters

oggi circa 2 milioni di persone non hanno quasi nessun accesso a servizi essenziali, come acqua corrente e servizi igienici e moltissimi hanno a disposizione solo 2 ore di luce elettrica al giorno.

22/6/2017

Clamoroso accordo tra Hamas e l’Egitto grazie all’ex “uomo forte” espulso da Fatah: mano dura con i jihadisti nel Sinai in cambio di gasolio per la Striscia. Aggirate le pressioni di Anp, Israele e Arabia saudita. Il movimento islamico ringrazia, Abu Mazen no

foto La Presse

foto La Presse

Il Manifesto

L’accordo tra Dahlan e il leader di Hamas Yahya Sinwar rischia di mandare in fumo i piani di Abu Mazen, convinto che i due milioni di abitanti di Gaza, con il peggioramento delle condizioni di vita, si ribelleranno contro gli islamisti al potere. «Un piano che non ha possibilità di successo» spiega l’analista e docente dell’universit

Haaretz, Aug 7, 2017

 

A cohort of people, control addicts enamored of their power, are sitting in the offices in the Kirya Defense Ministry compound in Tel Aviv (the office of the Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories, COGAT), and at the Erez checkpoint (the Coordination and Liaison Administration, CLA).

Middle East Eye, 16 June 2017

Israeli academics, analysts and intelligence sources suggest it has more to lose than gain from the crisis


Fighters from the Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigade, the armed wing of Hamas, at a memorial service for Ibrahim Abu Al-Naja in Rafah (AFP)

Hamas, which has controlled Gaza since 2007, is regarded as a daughter movement of the Muslim Brotherhood, a longtime ally of Qatar.

Ma'an News Agency, July 12, 2017

 

And when you meet a subgroup of extraordinarily vulnerable people -- women with breast cancer, children who need dialysis machines -- you realize that while there might be a layer of people who somehow can cope, very soon you hit another layer of incredibly vulnerable people who are trapped in Gaza, are incredibly dependent on electricity, health care, (Israeli) permits to get to a hospital, and they are increasingly desperate.