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UK man living minute by minute to bring the truth out of Gaza.  Netroots into action, please spread.  We are the media.

UK journalist and film-maker Harry Fear is inside Gaza and reporting as safety and electricity allows.  Recent interview with RT below.  Late-breaking tweets:

Harry Fear ‏@harryfear

I have no internet. These are cellular updates. I cannot leave my apartment; it is too dangerous.

Harry Fear ‏@harryfear

I admit I fear tonight, even for my own safety; far more than before, as Israel has been targeting journalists and civilians.

Harry Fear ‏@harryfear

I am not injured but we have lost electricity and I heard Israel struck something in my street. The building shook. Goodnight.

Harry Fear ‏@harryfear

135 killed, inc. 34 children - 1100+ injurred, 80% civilians (Broadcasting live at http://ustre.am/... )

The Russia Today interview Youtube description reads:
Film-maker and activist Harry Fear has been in Gaza since the first bombs fell. He says Israel has the capability to avoid collateral damage - but has instead chosen to attack indiscriminately.
In his video report "Martyred in Gaza" one of Fear's interview subjects relates that an Israeli missile which killed and wounded a number of people was followed up by a second missile into the crowd of people attempting to help those injured in the first strike.

Fear's report follows a widely-reported incident in which the child of a BBC journalist was killed by an Israeli missile strike, in his own home with fighting nowhere in the residential neighborhood.  The father is captured mourning his child in a AP photo.

Gaza: The personal story behind the picture

November 15, 2012 ⋅ 9:58 pm

The front page photo on Thursday’s Washington Post tells, in a single frame, a very personal story from Wednesday’s Israeli airstrikes on the Gaza Strip. Jihad Misharawi, a B.B.C. Arabic journalist who lives in Gaza, carries the body of his 11-month old son, Omar, through al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City.

An Israeli round hit Misharawi’s four-room home in Gaza Wednesday, killing his son, according to B.B.C. Middle East bureau chief Paul Danahar, who arrived in Gaza earlier Thursday.

Misharawi’s sister-in-law was also killed, and his brother wounded. Misharawi told Danahar that, when the round landed, there was no fighting in his residential neighborhood...

Omar Misharawi, 11-months-old:

B.B.C. journalist Jihad Masharawi carries his son’s body at a Gaza hospital. (Photo: AP)

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November 12th video report, "Martyred in Gaza"

HARRY FEAR LIVESTREAM FROM GAZA "Operation Pillar of Cloud"
http://www.ustream.tv/...

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