#Aid4Gaza – Interpal

Following the ceasefire in Gaza the urgent medical situation must be addressed.
Interpal have set up an emergency appeal and will be sending a Convoy to Gaza in the first week of December to provide the Gazans with much needed aid and resources. Please answer their call today.

Find out more via: http://www.interpal.org/
Donate here: https://don8now.co.uk/donate/donate.aspx
#Aid4Gaza DONATE: +44(0) 208 961 9993 @InterpalUK

Ibrahim Hewwit: #Aid4Gaza Message
Tonight you have an opportunity to rebuild #Gaza, to make hospitals operate via generators, diesel fuel, that helps people in intensive care, that keeps them alive. What did you do for Gaza? I bought some diesel . That doesn’t sound very glamorous  but it’s very important. Donate and others will be inspired by your sincerity. Your sincerity will change lives. Often we refer to Palestinians as just statistics on news. People in Tel Aviv are living in fear of rockets while people in Gaza live in death.  More than 150 civilians lost their lives in Gaza but death is very big part of Gaza.  Remember Gaza is part of Palestine. We have to look after it. Brother and sisters of Palestine are under threat, under occupation and we have the opportunity to help them.  At the moment the focus is on Gaza because of what happened in the last eight days – bombing in hospitals – Jordanian field hospital was hit – six cemetaries, body parts, bones have been scattered around because bones have been hit. Mosques have been damaged. All these things – all this infrastructure .. we ned to rebuild, so get on the phone and donate.
The following is all transcribed via Islam Channels live feed to Gaza.Interviewer: “We are live at Al Shifa hospital which received over 1200 injuries. People are celebrating because Israel has accepted  the conditions of  the resistance here. They came to the hospital because it was the scene of the massacre that the IDF  committed. This hopital has become a symbol of ressistance.”
“After 8 daysof attack, 100’s killed, 100’s injured. Tell us what was most difficult about this situation.”
Dr Hassan director of Al Shifa hospital:  “We paid a very big price. The price of the blood of our children, liberty, institutions and houses. We paid with 162 martyrs of whom 42 were children 14 were women 10200 injured people, with all sorts of injuries. 160 elderly people have been injured. All  of this suffering took place under mad Isreali bombardment for eight days. We paid a very big price.
Interviewer: “Tell us about the kind of injuries that you saw. Many sources have said that israel used banned weaons.”
Dr Hassan :  Banned weapons were minimal in comparison to Operation Cast Lead in 2008, 2009. Gaza  has been under siege for 6 years. Gaza is poor. There is a lack of jobs, poverty, all sorts of difficulties. We need help on a big scale, to rebuild our society  our capacities to enforce our resistance and existence on the ground. Yes we are happy with this victory, but we paid a very big price and we need big help. Operation space? The major type of wounds are different kinds of crash injuries because people were smashed under rubble of their houses due to IDF bombardment. As Israel could not find targets they were hitting either empty places or densely populated areas and civilians were being killed. This exhausted our limited and capacity to deal with the medical crisis because having been under siege for six year  we have little medical equipment. People had difficulty getting to the hospital and leaving their houses. No place in Gaza was safe. For a few months we have lacked 60% of medicines. Our stock is zero in many aspects because of all of this. We are highly dependent on  the government health sector. People have shown admiration of the activities that take place here, delegations have admiration of the health staff, the skills and faithfulness but they all agree that we don’t have resources. Yes they brought some help but this is a very minor thing. Monthly we need 4-5 million to run the health sector here in Gaza.  My message tonight is that we are in urgent need of your help and we have paid a very big price through the  blood of our women and children. The world should supply us with what we need. This is our right. They need to stand with us and to support us.”

My nephew lost his right leg, his hand is damaged in a critical situation. He was lucky because Egyptian consultants were there so they could save him. They took him to Egypt and we hope he will recover. He is one of thousands.Witness: This is not the first one and it will not be the last one. There is the nakba from 1948. In 1956 they carried out many massacres. 111 ppl were shot dead in a school in Raffah  in 1956. At that timethere was no TV, no media. In 1978 i was 12 yrs old and I remember a massive killing of civilians – because there was no war – The  Egyptian miltary escaped from gaza and they left us in front of tanks and I saw- I can’t forget it – 6 days of flesh… you couldn’t bury them.

#MrFear Al Shifa Interview on Islam Channel, In Tweets 
Main Stream Media coverage perpetuates this oppression and by keeping people silent the conflict will never be solved. #MrFear #Aid4Gaza
People that remain silent when there is an oppressor and oppressive force, help oppresion to continue. #MrFear #Aid4Gaza#ProtestforGaza
1 day this conflict will be solved justly and people will know from historical record of those who helped. #MrFear #Aid4Gaza
Intrnationals in Gaza make a big difference but it’s matter of doing something for the Palestinian people. Everyone has 2 do something 2 help #MrFear#Aid4Gaza
Israel doesn’t want to see PALESTINE flourish and as long as their is a blockade, PALESTINE will not flourish. #Aid4Gaza #MrFear
So long as there is a blockate Gaza won’t flourish. That is pupose of the blockade. If Palestinian were thriving, the world would see them#Aid4Gaza
#Drones, sea bombardment, land bombardment. Things always seemed to get worse & increase in more inhumane ways & they did, we saw that as the days progressed. The last few nights in Gaza were horrific…#Aid4Gaza #MrFear
The only way Israel can stop armed ressistance is to an extent flatten life out of Gaza, #MrFear #Aid4Gaza #Bomb2MiddleAges
I saw children screaming for parents. I saw one guy who survived, but both legs and arms had orthopeadic metal spikes protruding from them. #MrFear#Aid4Gaza
The fact that this is a  repitition and that the world didnt put any pressure on the leaders to stop this is devastating. #MrFear #Aid4Gaza
As you just said, I don’t think anyone who has gone thorugh this in Gaza will not not have any psychological damage. #drones #MrFear#Aid4Gaza
Moments were resonating, horrible, news coming in minute by minute hour by hour, to see how Palestinians have been killed. #Aid4Gaza #MrFear

One car waving Palestinian, Egyptian and Turkish flags #Gaza pic.twitter.com/9Z0OoCfy

Palestinian National Initiative leader Mustafa Barghouti marches with celebration crowds in Gaza pic.twitter.com/TBusQpNY

If Israel had credible opposition, it could capitalize on what looks like a colossal Netanyahu miscalculation. But… right now, it doesn’t.http://www.ilpost.it/2012/11/21/live-foto-gaza-oggi/israel-palestinian-conflict-gaza-netanyahu/

Ambulances join the throngs celebrating…for the first time since this began they R not in streets 2 respond 2 strike pic.twitter.com/Zg5w6HxD
Sheer ecstasy in Gaza pic.twitter.com/rGPq7Ct2

Dozens of motorcycles on standby at the edge of #Tahrir in case battles intensify and they’re to carry the injured http://twitpic.com/bf7o5h
Kasr Dubara Church off Tahrir Street clashes has opened very well organized field hospital, says Omar Makram mosque not welcoming this time
The streets of #Gaza have drowned out the drones.

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