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PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/PROTEIN
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January 22, 2009
A cleaver lies on the stomach of freshly slaughtered cow outside Husam Nasr's butcher shop in Gaza January...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
Cleaver lies on stomach of slaughtered cow in Gaza
A cleaver lies on the stomach of freshly slaughtered cow outside Husam Nasr's butcher shop in Gaza January 22, 2009. Nasr said he would have been able to sell the meat of four cows each day before Israel's 22-day war to end rocket attacks on its southern towns by Hamas Islamists who control the Gaza Strip. Half of Gaza's 1.5 million people rely on food aid. They receive carbohydrates, fat and sugar but little fresh protein. Gaza is a fertile place, where fruit and vegetables grow well. There are chicken farms and flocks of sheep and goats, but no cattle-raising operations in the enclave. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (GAZA)
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