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28 kilometers of distilled apartheid

Gideon Levy | Haaretz 29 December 2009 This highway has told the whole story. They pave a road, expropriate Palestinian land and the High Court of Justice approves the expropriation, in its words, “provided that it is done for the ...

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From Hebron to Nablus

From Pork to Palestine Blog 27 December 2009 I’m banned from Sheikh Jarrah and occupied East Jerusalem so I spent the last two days in Hebron and recently arrived in Nablus. Hebron is one of the oldest inhabited cities in ...

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Let’s Talk About Resistance

Natalie abu Shakra 27 November 2009 The choice of civil resistance in challenging the Israeli occupation is considered by some as a form of “surrender.” In an interview [in Arabic] on Al Aqsa, Palestinian activists Mazen Qumsiyeh and comrade Haidar ...

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South Africa: Israeli policy reminiscent of apartheid

Ma’an News 26 November 2009 The South African government urged Israel on Tuesday to end practices toward Palestinians that it said were reminiscent of its own history of apartheid. “We call upon the Israeli government to cease their activities that ...

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Israeli school apartheid

Jonathan Cook | Counterpunch 10 August 2009 An Arab couple whose one-year-old daughter was expelled from an Israeli day-care centre on her first day are suing a Jewish mother for damages, accusing her of racist incitement against their child. Maysa ...

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Entertaining apartheid Israel deserves no amnesty!

Open Letter to Amnesty International 30 July, 2009 In May, the Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PACBI) called on singer/songwriter Leonard Cohen to heed the Palestinian call for a cultural boycott of Israel and avoid ...

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