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January 28, 2009

Video reports on the impact of Israel's attack on Gaza

The Guardian: Palestinian brothers used us as human shields in Gaza warWatch video
Three teenage boys say they were taken from their home at gunpoint, made to kneel in front of tanks to deter Hamas fighters from firing and sent by Israeli soldiers into Palestinian houses to clear them. They were detained for several days and their families were not informed of their whereabouts (23 March 2009)

BBC: Gaza father finds out child survived - Watch video
The BBC's Christian Fraser went in search of the father of an injured child he saw in an Egyptian hospital during hostilities and tracked him down in Northern Gaza. Four year old Samar Abed Rabbo was wounded by Israeli troops, according to her family. The Israeli army says it is investigating the claim (21 January 2009)

The Guardian: 'Phosphorus shells' hit Gaza UN school - Watch video
John Ging, head of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), describes the moments and aftermath of an Israeli strike on a UN school, designated as a shelter, in Beit Lahiya (21 January 2009)

Al-Jazeera: Gazan babies born into war - Watch video
Many of the more than 40,000 pregnant women in Gaza are unable to leave their homes for medical treatment because of the Israeli onslaught and hospitals swamped with the thousands of injured. Al Jazeera's Sherine Tadros has the story of one mother who has not seen her baby since he was born on the first day of Israel's offensive (20 January 2009)

CNN: Inappropriate weapons used by Israel - Watch video
Kenneth Roth, Human Rights Watch Executive Director, condemns Israel's use of white phosphorus and 155 mm shells in Gaza.

The Guardian: Interview with a child sheltered in UN school - Watch video
Mohammad is sheltering with his family in a UN-supported school for those displaced from their homes by the Israeli bombings. There is no heating or electricity. (13 January 2009)

CBS: Norwegian doctor in Gaza decries Israeli attacks - Watch video 
Interview with Mads Gilbert, a Norwegian doctor sent to Gaza at the end of December by a Norwegian aid organisation (5 January 2009)


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