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The Greek Ship to Gaza Initiative and Colleagues Publications have published recently the Greek version of The Suffering of the Palestinian Child under the Israeli Occupation.

This version is the third one in addition to the Arabic and English which were published by al-Zaytouna Centre for Studies & Consultations as part of “Am I Not A Human?” series.

This book is about the various dimensions of the suffering of the Palestinian children under the Israeli occupation.

They are deprived from most of their rights; a dignified living, good health, safe environment, education, shelter and good nutrition.

Israeli aggression is ruining the children’s families and friends, its missiles and bulldozers have been destroying their homes and their schools.

Above all, they might find themselves as targets for the occupation’s fire; hence, they get killed, injured and detained.

All of this happens at a time while we think that the world has become civilized and no cruel colonization could ever still exist.

Title: Τα παιδιά της Παλαιστίνης κάτω από την ισραηλινή κατοχή (The Suffering of the Palestinian Children under the Israeli Occupation).

Edited by: Dr. Mohsen Mohammad Saleh & Yassir al-Ali

Prepared by: Ahmed el-Helah and Mariam Itani

Translated by: Vittoria Marangoni and George Magganas

Published in: 2013

Publishers: Greek Ship to Gaza Initiative and Colleagues Publications

Physical details: 96 pages, 17*21 cm, paperback

Price: 8.5 €

This book is available for free download in both Arabic and English versions:

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 This series is a rich interactive documentation of the Palestinian suffering under the Israeli occupation. It focuses on the Israeli violations of the Palestinians’ basic human rights. This series is also distinguished with academic, well documented, comprehensive, concise, and graphically-supported, It is published (& ongoing publication) in both Arabic and English Languages.

Al-Zaytouna Centre for Studies and Consultations, 20/5/2013

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