Wednesday, 26 August 2009

Kidney-Patients Again in Suffering

Gaza, August 26, 2009 (Pal Telegraph)- The siege on the Gaza strip is severely suffocating the people of Gaza in all walks of life. Now, according to the Ministry of Health in Gaza, there is a dire shortage of 80 essential drugs & 125 types of medical equipment. As the Gaza crossing borders are still routinely closed, medicine and equipment are prohibited entry to the Gaza Strip.

Officials in the ministry of health warn that 400 kidney patients are really suffering due to the lack of needed essential medicines. Additionally, regularly cutting electricity has been having a disastrous influence on the condition of these kidney-patients, as the power supply is too impotent to run the dialysis machines.

Ayman Quader

1 comment:

Adam said...

I'm so sorry for you, our brothers and sisters in Gaza. I feel so ashamed that we (UK, USA especially, EU, most countries of the UN) have either directly or indirectly supported, funded and armed the barbarism of the Israeli Apartheid and racist regime.

I pray that Israel can implement the humanity she feels and practices so beautifully for her own people, for the beautiful people of Palestine.

"the only thing of importance, when we depart, will be the traces of love we have left behind" (Albert Schweitzer)

“There is one thing stronger than all the armies in the world, and that is an idea whose time has come.” (Victor Hugo) PEACE & TRUE JUSTICE for all the people in Palestine/Israel.