As Palestine refugees face an increasingly dire situation in Syria, some have made their way to Gaza. But this route to safety is now closed off amid the turmoil in Egypt.
Palestinians trying to return home to the Gaza Strip from overseas, via Cairo airport, are being deported by Egyptian authorities to the countries they flew in from, at their own expense.
While Arabs were turned away allegedly for not being local, a Jewish undercover reporter had no trouble getting in.
An Egyptian general has said that President Morsi, who was overthrown by the army yesterday, may be charged with “collaborating” with Hamas.
Shouting anti-Muslim slurs, Israeli soccer fans attack Palestinian McDonald’s workers.
UK government assured immunity to Major General Doron Almog, who has an outstanding arrest warrant against him.
Ambassador condemns “racist actions of the Israeli parastatal, the Jewish National Fund, together with various other Israeli state institutions to forcibly remove the Palestinians and Bedouins.”
“Anybody who wants to buy or make plans [for our land] must know that these are our graves, our houses, our olive presses, our springs, our trees and our stones.”
Protesters aimed “to challenge Olmert and interrupt the Wilson Center’s complicity with the ongoing normalization of Israeli occupation, settler colonialism and apartheid.”
The US is now the only Western country that holds favorable views of Israel and in some European countries, including Germany, positive views of Israel are in the single digits.
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