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Why Israel imprisoned my best friend

2 September 2010 | Mohammed Khatib, The Electronic Intifada When I was a boy I was still allowed to travel in Israel. I went to the beach and swam in the sea, something that most Palestinian children living in the ...

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Criminalizing peaceful protest: Act up for Abdallah Abu Rahmah

25 August 2010 | Popular Struggle UPDATE: Baroness Ashton condemns Bil’in leader’s conviction; Attorney: “International community must take a tough stand on human rights defenders.” Abdallah Abu Rahmah, the coordinator of the Bil’in Popular Committee, was yesterday convicted of incitement ...

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Letter from prison: Abdallah Abu Rahmah

21 February 2010 Dear Friends and Supporters, It has been two months now since I was handcuffed, blindfolded and taken from my home. Today news has reached Ofer Military Prison that the apartheid wall on Bil’in’s land will finally be ...

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Despite increased repression, a victory

For Immediate Release: Legal challenges are an important battle field in non-violent resistance because often the occupation is forced to change their policies when these are held up to scrutiny. Court cases such as the one below as can determine ...

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Israel jails Palestinian peace activists

Mel Frykberg | Inter Press Service 18 January 2010 Israel has long argued that Palestinians should pursue their political objectives in a non-violent way. However, several prominent Palestinian peace activists have recently been arrested and jailed for doing just that. ...

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