Eyewitness reports from ISM volunteers in Gaza

The latest issue of Brighton anarcho-rag SchNEWS, #661, contains a lot of reportage on Gaza including eyewitness reports from International Solidarity Movement volunteers:

“There’s no bomb shelters or anything like that. You just sit in your house as the bombs drop around you. Bombs that were going off on the border 2km away and it feels like they’re just at the end of the street. We have to keep the windows open all the time because they’d shatter otherwise from the force of the explosion. People are not hysterical – they’re Palestinians which means they’ve experienced so much of this all their lives. But this is above and beyond – the level of aggression – like nothing that’s ever been seen before. There’s nowhere to run to.”

Read the issue here.

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