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Contempt in the Cairo Airport to residents of the Gaza Strip

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The overwhelming majority of Palestinians who passed through Cairo International Airport , To travel to the Rafah border crossing, have a stock of stories , Talking about pain and anger about the humiliation to which they are exposed , and the insults they face , and the days of confinement in small rooms Like animals , dirty , underground in the basement of the airport . Speak with bitterness about the security men who exploit , financially and psychologically, in order to allow them to leave the detention room to go into a dirty bathroom , Or to buy a box of milk to a child , or a bottle of water to relieve thirst ,Or buy a meal from the restaurant in the airport once a day .These inhumane and abusive behavior, which is aimed at Palestinians in the Gaza Strip in the Cairo International Airport, indicating that the Egyptian government contributes to the suffering of the Palestinian people . (Read this story, they are not of the imagination). (http://www.gazamom.com/2009/04/i-was-bor…

Israeli soldiers spit in the food Before entering to the residents of the Gaza Strip

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when most of this behavior and this kind of talk is to be condemned

George Galloway, why the distinction between the Gaza Strip affected

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Galloway said we are giving to the Hamas now 100 vehicles and all of their contents, I ASK WHY ? Do all residents of the Gaza Strip Hamas ? George Galloway has acted racist and discriminate against people in Gaza

Israel may face war crimes trials over Gaza

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• Court looks at whether Palestinians can bring case • International pressure grows over conflict
Peter Beaumont
The Guardian, Monday 2 March 2009
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A Palestinian man carries an injured boy into Shifa hospital in Gaza City during an Israeli attack on Gaza in January. Photograph: Khalil Hamra/AP
The international criminal court is considering whether the Palestinian Authority is "enough like a state" for it to bring a case alleging that Israeli troops committed war crimes in the recent assault on Gaza.
The deliberations would potentially open the way to putting Israeli military commanders in the dock at The Hague over the campaign, which claimed more than 1,300 lives, and set an important precedent for the court over what cases it can hear.
As part of the process the court's head of jurisdictions, part of the office of the prosecutor, is examining every international agreement signed by the PA to decide whether it behaves - and is regarded by others - as operating …