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Egypt: Help Gaza Patients Remain in Touch with Loved Ones

Egyptian blogger Mostafa Hussein continues to urge his readers to donate phone credit to enable injured Palestinians from Gaza being treated in Egyptian hospitals to remain in touched with family back home using their mobile phones. He posts more instructions on how to do that in this post.

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  • Roshni

    Hey Im just really &%·”!! off at the moment, as seeing all these pictures and being constantly updated of the non stop war and deaths of innocents, and ONLY being uopdated on news of peace TALKS, PLANS to help gaza,that the uk and governements being only READY to help etc.
    Im sure there must be rescue missions, helping the injured..how many? I know there is some help going on, but theres still an unavoidable amount of deaths.

    Everything is all TALK, while countless lives are being lost!
    Couldn´t a rescue mission be arranged to bring people and children stuck in the war (who are constantly suffering and losing family and lives) be saved and brought some where safer?? like uk?! or is that too much pressure on the immigration rules and regulations!

    its a sin to just sit back and watch, or even just protest. The worlds concern isnt enough. The worlds hesitance for action is a sin. an unbelievable sin. please reasure me that action is actually BEING carried out and that there are CURRENTLY lives being saved because of these actions. I dont JUST mean medical help, I mean stopping this 21century injustice of cold murder by one country.

    What happened to all the army soldiers in Iraq?? where are they to defend the helpless slaughted innocents??

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