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Who Profits from the Occupation?Daniel Rosenberg - Monthly Review Zine - Last February saw the launch of the Web site "Who Profits?" (URL: ). The Web site presents an extensive list of Israeli and multinational corporations that are financially involved in the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories, whether by the funding of businesses in illegal settlements or by the supply of services, as well as military and construction equipment, to the system of occupation in the West Bank and Gaza. The site interface includes a search engine which allows searches by the company name, its country of origin, and even by its annual income and the stock index in which it is traded. 19/3/2009
The true extent of the destructionPalestinian Centre for Human Rights - Press Release - Confirmed figures reveal the true extent of the destruction inflicted upon the Gaza Strip; Israel’s offensive resulted in 1,434 dead, including 960 civilians, 239 police officers, and 235 fighters. 13/3/2009
Doctors struggling to treat Gaza war wounded IRIN - EI - "Fifteen hospitals out of a total of 27, and 41 primary health care clinics out of 118, in Gaza were damaged during the war, according to WHO, and about half the ambulance fleet was damaged or destroyed"9/3/2009
Settler Violence Report: November - December 2008Ahmad Jaradat - AIC - "In prior incidents, settlers seemed much less organized, but in November and December they seem to have been executing organized plans to terrorize the area. For example, they split off in separate groups to carry out simultaneous attacks in a variety of areas instead of concentrating on one particular area. There were nearly no serious actions by Israeli soldiers to stop the settler attacks"9/3/2009
Keys to health: justice, sovereignty, and self-determinationAndrea Becker, Katherine Al Ju`beh, Graham Watt - The Lancet8/3/2009
Ir Amim - A Layman`s Guide to Home Demolitions in East Jerusalem 23/3/2009
Gaza war crime claims gather pace as more troops speak outPeter Beaumont - The Observer - Fresh allegations have come to light that gung-ho leadership inculcated a culture of disregard for Palestinian casualties23/3/2009
Since Operation “Cast Lead”: Sharp rise in reports of military and police violence towards PalestiniansB`Tselem - Since the beginning of Operation “Cast Lead” at the end of 2008, there has been a sharp rise in reports of violence perpetrated by security forces against Palestinians in the West Bank. During this nearly three-month period, B`Tselem documented 24 cases in which police officers and soldiers beat Palestinians, using rifle butts, clubs and other means of injury. 16 of the cases were especially serious and their victims suffered heavier injuries. 26/3/2009
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