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Gaza employees go on strike Thursday
Published Tuesday 24/06/2014 (updated) 25/06/2014 17:38
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GAZA CITY (Ma'an) -- Workers in the former Gaza government will have a full strike in all government institutions in protest of being left out of the unity agreement, the director of the civil service workers union in Gaza said.

Mohammad Siyam said all the doors of the government’s institutions and offices will be closed as an escalation in response to Tuesday’s cabinet meeting, which did not address the former employees or the electricity issue.
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1 ) Mel / USA
24/06/2014 23:41
You can't blame them. Israel,the PA/Fatah are making sure that money is handed out in salaries to PA/Fatah employees FIRST.With any remaining funds(after Israel's Roman taxes aswell) handed out to Gazan's IF they are lucky.How can they FEED their kids/elderly on left-overs,once Israeli PA has taken first fat-bite?This is Israels"diet"for non-Jews(like Nazi'diet' for Jews.)It's collective punishment,for choosing Palestinian UNITY over Zionist occupation!Israel's blocking all efforts for freedom
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