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Millions of women from around the world marked International Women’s Day on Tuesday, but the occasion was a bitter moment in the lives of hundreds of thousands of Palestinian women in the Israeli-blockaded Gaza Strip.
“Women in Gaza suffer from tough economic and psychological conditions,” Haifa al-Agha, Palestinian Minister for Women’s Affairs, told Anadolu Agency on Tuesday.
Reviving the Greater Israel scheme. Israeli forces restrict the entrance to Muslim worshippers to Al-Aqsa Mosque during Friday prayers. Israel’s Maariv newspaper has revealed that the government of the Zionist state is planning to drop a political bombshell in the coming weeks by presenting a bill in the Knesset (parliament) calling for the annexation of land occupied since 1967. It is likely to have the support of the majority of Knesset members. The newspaper added that the right wing has chosen this time for the move ahead of the US presidential election; America.
International Writers & Artists Protest Saudi Plans To Execute Palestinian Poet. Renowned author Irvine Welsh hoped the campaign would put "pressure on governments who espouse democracy and freedom" to reconsider their dealings with Saudi Arabia.
By MintPress News Desk RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — Just one week after Saudi Arabia killed carried out its largest mass execution since 1980, the monarchy announced plans to execute a prominent Palestinian poet.
Palestinian Startup Aims to Be the Google of Gaza
Unit One, which develops Web and mobile apps and provides data-management services, has transformed from tiny one-room outfit to successful international business.