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Letter writing campaign to stop US support (or your own government) for Israeli aggression

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Letter writing campaign to stop US support (or your own government) for Israeli aggression

Time: January 12, 2009 at 6pm
Location: Your home
Event Type: Letter, writing, campaign
Organized By: H.R. Pufnstuf
Latest Activity: Jan 9, 2009

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There are more and more innocent civilians being killed due to the escalation in violence, particularly the military action taken by the Israelis. Please write your government officials and ask them to speak out against these atrocities. By generating enough support, perhaps we can end the suffering and death of many innocent people.

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Comment by H.R. Pufnstuf on December 31, 2008 at 5:25pm
I can't take credit for this, but this is an excellent timeline I found:

June 19 - Ceasefire between Hamas (in Gaza) and Israel.

[Reuters]

• June 20
- Israeli army troops near the border east of the southern Gaza town of Rafah opened fire towards Palestinian farmers working in al-Amoor, according to U.N. sources. No injuries reported.
- Israeli troops east of el-Maghazi camp opened fire towards Palestinian farmers, according to U.N. sources. No injuries reported.
- Israeli marine vessels fired towards Palestinian fishermen west of Beit Lahiya, according U.N. sources. No injuries reported.

• June 21
- Israeli marine vessels opened fire at Palestinian fishing boats west of Beit Lahiya, according to U.N. sources. No injuries reported.
- Israeli troops at the border north east of the el-Maghazi camp opened fire towards Palestinian farmers, according to U.N. sources. No injuries reported.

• June 23
- Palestinians fired a mortar shell into southern Israel from the Gaza Strip, according to the Israeli army. No one hurt.
- Israeli troops near the border north-west of Beit Lahiya opened fire at a group of people collecting wood, seriously wounding a 70-year-old man, according to U.N. sources.

• June 24
- Islamic Jihad militants fired rockets into southern Israel, the militant group and the Israeli army said. No casualties. The rocket fire followed Israel's killing of two Palestinians in the occupied West Bank, an area not covered by the ceasefire.

• June 25
- Israeli troops east of Rafah opened fire toward farmers, according U.N. sources. No injuries reported.
- Israeli troops stationed near Khan Younis opened fire towards Palestinian farmers. An 82-year-old farmer was seriously injured, according to U.N. sources.

• June 26
- Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, a militant group belonging to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah faction, fired one rocket into southern Israel, the group and the Israeli army said. (Reporting by Adam Entous; edited by Richard Meares)

Then, the region was "mostly quieted".

On November 4th, while most of us were watching the U.S. presidential elections, another series of escalations started. The IDF entered a refugee camp in Gaza to destroy a tunnel, then fighting broke out, where one Palestinian was killed. Then Hamas fired mortars, killing 0, and Israel launches airstrikes, killing 4 more Palestinians. Then things started to ramp up.


(November 14) At least 16 Palestinian rockets and an Israeli air strike shook the Holy Land yesterday, claiming few casualties and no fatalities but pushing a fragile five-month-old ceasefire to the brink of collapse.

"Both sides are in a kind of escalating cycle that is very difficult to get out of," warned Gen. Shlomo Brom, former chief of strategic planning for the Israel Defense Forces. "I am not sure the two parties are in full control of the situation."
....

Yesterday's flurry of hostilities followed nine days of repeated ceasefire violations by both sides that began when Israeli forces entered Gaza Nov. 4 to destroy a tunnel they said was to be used to kidnap Israeli troops. Palestinians responded with rocket fire, and hostilities on both sides have continued.

Israeli strikes have killed 11 Palestinians since Nov. 4.
In all, roughly 140 rockets or mortar shells have been fired at Israel in the same period. In response, Israel has closed its borders with Gaza and halted the supply of food, medicine and fuel to the territory
Comment by Trudy on December 31, 2008 at 9:52am
Look what the agressor did in Libanon, many many people were killed by cluster bomming. My heart cries for my Palestinian friends.
Comment by Besimi on December 31, 2008 at 12:18am
Yep! this madness has got to stop,we are sick of this carnage.
Comment by Light Warrior on December 30, 2008 at 7:54pm
We need to stop the massacre, why the humanity is so blind that don’t see the wrong things that we are done, people killing people for territorial proposes that’s very sick lol, piece is the only way
Comment by Juan on December 30, 2008 at 7:50pm
We should do both, physical things (take action, write letters, phone calls, etc.) and non-physical things (meditacion, prayers, etc). I think with both we can cover a lot more.
Namaste
Comment by H.R. Pufnstuf on December 30, 2008 at 6:55pm


Food for thought.

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