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Audio: 5 Minutes from Palestine is Now Online

The Weekly news cast , Five Minutes from Palestine is now online.

  • It is available for streaming and downloading at
  • This report is 06:28 minutes.. this should cover the period between October 1 - 7, 2004, including a summary on the situation in the Gaza Strip

    This Weeks report includes the following issues:

    1- The 27th United States Veto against Palestinians 2- UNRWA Under Fire 3- Disengagement Primary aim is to Freeze the Peace Process 4- Unprecedented Invasion in the Gaza Strip 5- The Week In Numbers.

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