Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Gaza: Death then funerals on another bloody day in Gaza On another day of violence Gazans continue to bury their dead.
The number of people killed in the strip after seven days of military action has passed the one hundred mark and rising.
Bombs do not discriminate when it comes to who dies and members of Gaza's small Greek Orthodox Christian community have been hit by grief.
A 52-year-old man lost his life in the same missile strike that killed a senior member of the military wing of Islamic Jihad.

Israel is targeting Hamas institutions the latest to be destroyed is the Islamic National Bank, set up by Hamas leaders after taking power in Gaza in 2007 as means of avoiding international sanctions.

Homeless families are seeking shelter in UN schools a tactic used by Palestinians during the 2008 Israeli assault on Gaza, which left 1,417 people dead.