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Breaking Palestine’s peaceful protest

Neve Gordon | The Guardian 23 December 2009 Palestinians have a long history of nonviolent resistance but Israel has continuously deployed methods to destroy it “Why,” I have often been asked, “haven’t the Palestinians established a peace movement like the ...

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Trying to fill the hole our father has left

Jody McIntyre | Ctrl.Alt.Shift 3 December 2009 As we move into the cold months, many of you in the UK will be looking forward to Christmas. In the Palestinian village of Bi’lin, last weekend marked the Muslim holiday of Eid ...

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Palestine’s peaceful struggle

Mohammed Khatib | The Nation 11 September 2009 A few weeks ago, in the dead of night, dozens of Israeli soldiers with painted faces burst violently into my home. If only they had knocked, I would have opened the door. ...

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Bil’in leading demonstrator imprisoned by Israeli forces

For Immediate Release: Tuesday July 21, Ofer military base, Occupied West Bank: In a new escalation in the military’s campaign targeting the popular protests in Bil’in against the Annexation barrier, a military appeals judge ruled that non-violent Bil’in activist Adeeb ...

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