Truth, Propaganda and Media Manipulation

5 December 2012 — Global Research

Never before has it been so important to have independent, honest voices and sources of information. We are – as a society – inundated and overwhelmed with a flood of information from a wide array of sources, but these sources of information, by and large, serve the powerful interests and individuals that own them. The main sources of information, for both public and official consumption, include the mainstream media, alternative media, academia and think tanks.

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PCHR_e: Palestinian Civilian Deaths Rise to 58, Including 18 Children and 12 Women, and 622 Wounded, Including 175 Children and 107 Women

19 November 2012 — Palestinian Centre for Human Rights

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Ongoing Israeli Offensive on Gaza: Palestinian Civilian Deaths Rise to 58, Including 18 Children and 12 Women, and 622 Wounded, Including 175 Children and 107 Women

 

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PCHR_e 17 November 2012: Ongoing Israeli Offensive on Gaza: Palestinian Civilian Deaths Rise to 17, Including 2 Women and 6 Children

PCHR Palestinian Centre for Human Rights

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Ongoing Israeli Offensive on Gaza: Palestinian Civilian Deaths Rise to 17, Including 2 Women and 6 Children, and 381 Wounded, Including 107 Children and 64 Women

 

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PCHR: Occupied Lives: No justice for my son’s death

12 September 2012Palestinian Centre for Human Rights: Narratives

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Saad al-Majdalawi

On Tuesday, 16 August 2011, Saad al-Majdalawi, a 17-year-old mentally disabled boy, died when he was targeted with live fire by Israel’s forces positioned on the border between Nusseirat, in the central part of the Gaza Strip, and Israel.  Saad was unarmed and posed no threat to Israeli soldiers when he was shot and killed.

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PCHR E-NARRATIVES: Sniper Fire in the ‘Buffer Zone’

16 February 2012PCHR – Palestinian Centre for Human RightsSniper Fire in the ‘Buffer Zone’

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Munther Rashad Saleh al-Nakhala poses next to his birds at his home in Al Daraj neighborhood in the east of Gaza City.

Goldfinches and canaries are appreciated worldwide for their colourful appearance and their melodic whistling. The birds are especially popular in the Gaza Strip as they help to create a distraction from the hardships of daily life.

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Gaza Is on the Brink of Health and Environmental Catastrophe Due to Power Outages and Lack of Fuel

15 February 2012PCHR Palestinian Centre for Human Rights LTD (non profit) – Press Release Ref: 19/2012

Gaza Is on the Brink of Health and Environmental Catastrophe Due to Power Outages and Lack of Fuel

The Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR) is gravely concerned over the current power crisis in the Gaza Strip. The Gaza power plant stopped working yesterday as the fuel required for it operation ran out completely, which has caused long periods of outages throughout the Gaza Strip. Continue reading

8 February 2012: Statewatch launches online historical archive of EU Justice and Home Affairs documents

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Statewatch launches online historical archive of EU Justice and Home Affairs documents

Statewatch today launches a unique online archive of over 4,500 official documents (rising to over 6,500 by the end of 2012) that chart the development of EU justice and home affairs policy over three decades.

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PCHR E-Narrative 6 January 2009: Al-Dayah family

6 January 2009 — PCHR – Palestinian Centre for Human Rights

“The bodies of nine of those killed were not found, including the bodies of my wife and my children. I tried my best with the civil defense personnel to find their bodies. All we found were pieces of flesh that were unidentifiable.”
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Mohammed al-Dayah (31) with his daughter Qamar (1.5)

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PCHR E-Narrative 3 January 2009: Motee’ and Isma’il as-Selawy

 3 January 2012 — PCHR – Palestinian Centre for Human Rights

“What affected us a lot psychologically is the fact that we were all praying in the mosque when we were attacked. The mosque is a place where we go when we need relief or when we are sad. We could never imagine them targeting us while we are praying in the mosque.”
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Brothers Motee’ (49) and Isma’il (53) as-Selawy in front of al-Maqadma mosque

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