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Sabeel Wave of Prayer – Thursday 18th October 2018

Sabeel Wave of Prayer – Thursday 18th October 2018 This Friday the ‘Great March of Return’ continued through its 29th Friday with at least 252 legitimate protestors (including fifty children) injured and seven killed, including two teenage boys, by live fire from Israeli occupying forces. The protestors continue to demand their right to return to their homeland, which they were…

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Sabeel Wave of Prayer – Thursday 11th October 2018

Sabeel Wave of Prayer – Thursday 11th October 2018 As the ‘Great March of Return’ continues into its 29th week, Israeli forces have continued to use live fire against peaceful protestors, leaving over 370 injured and a three Palestinians dead, including a twelve-year-old boy. Occupying forces have, once again, entered into Gaza and razed land metres beyond the fence. This…

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Sabeel Wave of Prayer – Thursday 4th October 2018

Sabeel Wave of Prayer – Thursday 4th October 2018 The ‘Great March of Return’ continued into its 27th Friday along the eastern border of the Gaza Strip. Seven Palestinians, including two children, were shot and killed by Israeli forces during protests across the eastern borders of the besieged Gaza Strip, on Friday afternoon. Lord, we come before you ready to…

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Sabeel Wave of Prayer – Thursday 27th September 2018

Sabeel Wave of Prayer – Thursday 27th September 2018 The ‘Great March of Return’ continues with more Palestinians coming under live fire from the Israeli military forces. It has also been reported that Palestinian fishermen are coming under pressure from frequent arrests and live fire from the Israeli Navy. This constant pressure on the livelihoods of these fishermen means that…

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Sabeel Wave of Prayer – Thursday 20th September 2018

Sabeel Wave of Prayer – Thursday 20th September 2018 World Week of Peace for Palestine and Israel Gaza As the ‘Great March of Return’ enters its 27th week, peaceful protests continue amidst the ongoing use of live fire by Israeli occupying forces. Shadi Abd al-Al, age 12, and Suhaib Abed Al-Salam Abu Kashef, age 16, have succumbed to wounds. More…

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Sabeel Wave of Prayer – Thursday 13th September 2018

Sabeel Wave of Prayer – Thursday 13th September 2018 The Israeli Supreme Court turned down an appeal against the demolition of the Bedouin village of Al Khan al-Ahmar, which lies between two illegal Jewish settlements. This demolition if carried out, besides being a grave violation of human rights, will obstruct the establishment of a contiguous and viable Palestinian state. O…

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Sabeel Wave of Prayer – Thursday 6th September 2018

Sabeel Wave of Prayer – Thursday 6th September 2018 The ‘Great March of Return’ continues into its sixth month. Peaceful protesters continue to be threatened by live fire from the Israeli military. Ibrahim Talalqa, a medic working at the fence takes his leave of his family every Friday before going away, anxious that he may not return home. God of…

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Sabeel Wave of Prayer – August 2018

Sabeel Wave of Prayer – 16th, 23rd, 30th August 2018 For the most recent Wave of Prayer from Sabeel go to: http://sabeel.org/category/wave-of-prayers

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Sabeel Wave of Prayer – Thursday 9th August 2018

Sabeel Wave of Prayer – Thursday 9th August 2018 The ‘Great March of Return’ protest continues into the nineteenth week, as Palestinians call for the right of return to their homeland. The Palestinian Health Ministry reported that, since the protest began, the Israeli forces have shot and killed 155 Palestinians and wounded over 17,000 including those affected by tear gas…

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Sabeel Wave of Prayer – Thursday 2nd August 2018

Sabeel Wave of Prayer – Thursday 2nd August 2018 The ‘Great March of Return’ protests continue into the eighteenth week, as Palestinians call for the right of return to their homeland. Lord, we pray for the safety of the protestors and for them to continue to espouse non-violent means to achieve their demands. Lord, in your mercy . . .…

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