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Stranded students in Gaza appeal for solution
Stranded students in Gaza appeal for solution
Palestinian students stranded in the Gaza Strip who could not travel via the Rafah border crossing with Egypt to follow up their studies abroad have called on the media to shed light on their plight.
Sunday, November 8,2009 12:41
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 Palestinian students stranded in the Gaza Strip who could not travel via the Rafah border crossing with Egypt to follow up their studies abroad have called on the media to shed light on their plight.

The students appealed in a statement on Friday to all government institutions, the media and human rights groups to consider their just case and to highlight it before the local and international public opinion.

They said that many of them were either deprived of their right to study in the current semester in many universities or lost the entire academic year in others.

tags: Palestinian students / Gaza / Rafah border / international public opinion / Egypt
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