May 04, 2008

After the last sky, the sprawling outrage. This.

The four murdered Palestinian children 

The battered bodies of four Palestinian children killed by Israeli fire lay at a morgue in Beit Lahia, Gaza. The four children, aged one to five, and their mother were killed during Israeli military operations. (AFP/Al Ahram) 


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  1. Sandro Vella

    The blog post “After the last sky, the sprawling outrage. This.” is featured on Maltamedia: The Maltese Blogosphere

    http://www.maltamedia.com/artman2/publish/blogs/article_6223.shtml

    Nominate blog post of the month on http://www.sandrovella.org/blogsub.html

    08 May 2008, 20:53

  2. Sandro Vella

    Dear Norbert,

    this Friday the 13th of June 2008 at 8.00pm there shall be a meal organized for bloggers, their families and friends.

    If you like you are also invited to join us for this meal.

    The meal shall be held at the San Remo Restaurant in Main Street, Mosta. Details about the menu, location and a lot of other details can be found on my web-site: www.sandrovella.org.

    If you would like to book your meal then call now on 79460527 or send me an e-mail at info@sandrovella.org.

    You’re invited and you can bring whoever you like with you, especially fellow bloggers or your readers.

    Kind regards,

    Sandro Vella

    10 Jun 2008, 21:37


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