As people dig out of the rubble, a Palestinian doctor says civilians were targeted by Israeli attack

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Samah Sabawi: Gaza and the responsibility of the international community on 3CR Radio

ChicoER.com: Art exhibit examines Israel-Palestinian conflict through children’s eyes

CHICO — “‘Keeping Hope Alive — Life and Culture in Occupied Palestine'” is a series of events including film, dance, poetry, folk art, traditional Palestinian food and more,” explained Emily Alma, a representative from Chico State University’s Cross-Cultural Leadership Center, in an interview last week.The presentational series, which begins Monday and runs through Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012, is a multi-media exploration of Palestinian culture. The series is free of charge and will primarily be held at the CCLC in Ayers Hall.”The presentations integrate information about Palestinian culture with life in the West Bank and Gaza under Israeli occupation,” said Alma.  Read more Art exhibit examines Israel-Palestinian conflict through children’s eyes

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