PETITION: Open Letter to Gordon Brown

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Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP) is asking supporters to sign an Open Letter calling for an immediate end to the blockade to end the suffering of Palestinians in Gaza.

The blockade severely limits the ability of aid agencies to deliver assistance in accordance with humanitarian principles. It impacts on every aspect of the lives of Palestinians, affecting their health, their standards of living and devastating their economy.

An Open Letter to Gordon Brown

We, the undersigned, call on Prime Minister Gordon Brown to urgently use all available diplomatic means to bring an immediate and unconditional end to the blockade of the Gaza Strip. A year after the assault on Gaza, in which almost 1,400 Palestinians were killed and more than 5,300 injured, civilians continue to pay a devastating price.


Please READ, SHARE & DONATE to MAP’s campaign “Gaza: End The Blockade – Let The Aid In” & the PDF guide…

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  1. I support the open letter calling forthe primeminister gordon brown to use all available means to bring about an immediate and unconditional end to the blockade of the Gaza strip

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