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Comment by Neri Bar-On on November 16, 2009 at 8:43pm

as human to human, I do not care who is initiate it, nor who take cradit. I tudied sociology and I political sience with history. I know how these capacities can make a difference between good state for its citizens and bad state for it citizen, I wish some one from Hamas will have this idea, after all they have a broader view of society and most of them can recognize th social need. it would be garate for palestinains to create such thing and it will help to many.

for the pictures I scan facebook and other sites lately I have "shortage" (I guess some of the people I took their pictures are busy with other activities)

Comment by dalia dd on November 16, 2009 at 8:34pm
Dear Michelle,
Thank you for your prayers and moral support i asure it brings joy to my heart to know that there is people who s believe in our rights to live in a decent country.
w ana tsharfet aktar! salam
Comment by dalia dd on November 16, 2009 at 8:23pm
Dear Neri Bar-on,
Thank you for lovely note and considerate attitude towards my fellow gazans,the idea of putting pictures of Gaza,specialy the ones that show normal life and the beautiful nature is a great idea,i am actualy on it and already collected a new taken picx,if you wish i could send you some for your use via email or an other convinient way.
To answer your second issue i dont think Hamas will allow anything to be established by a Fatah member specialy now when things are pretty stressed out.
But let me drop the idea on some people that might help us in such thing,people with small political stands i mean.
Comment by Michelle M on November 16, 2009 at 6:39pm
Thank you so much for doing the interviews. It's refreshing to hear an insiders point of view about Hamas and the economic conditions in Gaza. I will be praying for the removal of the blockade... and of course pressuring the US and Israel to do so. The complete blockade on Gaza is making it almost impossible for people to survive. People here criticize the tunnels, but they don't realize that without them, Palestinians in Gaza could not survive and the economy would be nonexistent.

tasharafna wa ma salaama,
Comment by Neri Bar-On on November 16, 2009 at 2:46pm
Dear Dalia,

Thank you for the interview and I wish to ask you for few things

1) I am bringing "normal life" pictures from Gaza and post them in "Gaza Today" I do that to keep the siege in our consciousness so I would be happy to post picture from within. It is important to have "natural" picture to represent hope for normal life and enable people who find it hard to recognize the Gaza situation look into the posts.

2) I talked with some Gazans from time to time, skype and email are grate tools to go beyond the seperation wall. one time I talked with fatah person who get money from Fatah and sit in his home. as we talked about the social situation in Gaza I suggested to organize people to create small scale production and social organization to improve education and life conditions. my friend said that even that is positive thing, since he is a Fatah any organized activity he will try to create may be stooped by Hamas.
Do you think that Hamas is capable to organized a social-centered activity with Fatah members (who get payed to do nothing) for the benefit of the Gazans.
such Fatah-Hamas organization for the benefit of the people of Gaza can contribute a lot fo rthe capacity to build Palestine in the future. what do you think on such idea.



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