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From: gadjo dilo
To: yousef atwa
Sent: Monday, January 12, 2009 4:03 PM
Subject: a voice from Istanbul
I hope this mail finds you well. It's hard to find words to write.. But I just wanted to ask if you and your family are safe. I know you because I watch Arte's Gaza-Sderot project on the web. Our solidarity is with you - that's all I can send to you from here, Istanbul.
To: gadjo dilo
Re: a voice from Istanbul
Date: Mon, 12 Jan 2009 20:22:38 +0200
I appreciate very much your nice words, and really it warms our heart, hearing a voice who support you, give you a resume to survive.
Thanks again, and god Bless you.
Pazar, Ocak 04, 2009
Gazze - okuma notları
--Yeshayahu Leibowitz (İsrailli felsefeci ve bilimadamı; Eyal Sivan'ın "Izkor: Slaves of Memory" adlı belgeselindeki röportajından)
In the past, too, military action has been taken during election campaigns. Menachem Begin bombed the Iraqi nuclear reactor during the 1981 campaign. When Shimon Peres claimed that this was an election gimmick, Begin cried out at his next rally: “Jews, do you believe that I would send our brave boys to their death or, worse, to be taken prisoner by human animals, in order to win an election?” Begin won.
Her name is Christine, a tenth grade student. Her father is a doctor and she lived near the YMCA in Al-Remal area. She died of fear. Since the war started she felt apprehensive of the danger. She suffered from neurotic disorder and a hysteric situation just as many children are suffering. On Friday, during the shooting of F-16 missiles, she fell on the ground due to the dreadful sound. Her father tried to help, but he couldn't. --Sam Bahour, Ramallah
Cumartesi, Ocak 03, 2009
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