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Gaza Waits for Justice: One Year Later, Calls for Remembrance and Action


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Gaza Waits for Justice: One Year Later, Calls for Remembrance and Action

Sarah Lazare, staff writer

One year after Israel launched a military assault on Gaza that killed more than 2,200 Palestinians in just 51 days, people from within the Strip and around the world are calling on the international community to honor the dead and demand justice for the living—who are struggling to rebuild amid an ongoing siege and humanitarian crisis.


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Your call is important to us. Please continue to hold, the next available operator will be with you as soon as the world realizes that the Israelis are a bunch of war criminals who have created the largest open air prison in the world and shoot people dead for throwing rocks.


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Why does the US continue to support Israel's viscous, inhuman treatment of Palestinians and the people of Gaza? It is beyond me, when the rest of the world protests Israel's gross human rights abuses, the US continues to aid the oppressor with financial and military gifts. As an American taxpayer, I object to our participation in this travesty. The chief cause of unrest and aggression in the Middle East is the state of Israel. Perhaps a boycott of Israeli products and businesses might help as one did when the South Africa apartheid government finally succumbed to international pressure.