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Al Jazeera This Week's News - July 31, 2014: Hello? Is this Israel calling? Massacre at Dawn in Shujayea, Ramadan is over, but the hunger continues, a joyless Eid as Gaza mourns the dead



 The Week's News
31st July Edition

 

Gaza mourns the dead during a joyless Eid
Hello? Is this Israel calling? 
Shujayea: Massacre at Dawn
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Ramadan is over, but the hunger continues
India's 'balancing act' on Gaza crisis
#GazaUnderAttack
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Middle East & North Africa
Gaza mourns the dead during a joyless Eid

Palestinians in Gaza are spending a somber Eid holiday, as the death toll from Israel's bombardment mounts.
Senior Hamas leader Osama Hamdan says that any ceasefire with Israel must include lifting the siege on Gaza.
Opinions
Hello? Is this Israel calling?

If Israel calls to tell me they will bomb my house, what should I take with me as I run for my life?
 
Gaza: No innocent victims? 

A destructive mindset among Israelis justifies violence against Palestinians.
 
How US evangelicals are shaping development in Uganda

US evangelical groups are increasingly shaping Uganda's development policies to suit their religious agenda.
 
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