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Palestinian families separated by Israel take action

Campaign for the Right of Entry/Re-Entry to the Occupied Palestinian Territory : Hundreds Of Foreign Nationals Meet To Consider Legal Action Against Israel For Denying Them Access To West Bank And Gaza (Al-Bireh, Occupied Palestine – November 28, 2006) – ...

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UN High Commissioner for Human Rights calls for action against Israeli practice of separating families

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE by The Campaign for the Right of Entry, November 26th Concluding her visit to the Israeli occupied Palestinian territory, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Louise Arbour called on UN member states to take action against Israel’s ...

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Israel issues final visas, splitting families

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE by the Campaign for the Right of Entry All foreign passports belonging to spouses and children of Palestinian ID-holders who had applied for visa extensions have recently been marked as “last permit” by the Israeli authorities. One ...

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Scottish olive volunteer to be deported

by the ISM media team, November 15th Scottish postal worker Theresa McDermont, who came to volunteer for Rabbis for Human Rights during the olive harvest, is to be deported after a judge today rejected her appeal against denial of entry. ...

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Jerusalem Post: “Rabbis for Human Rights volunteer held”

Theresa in the Bengurion airport detention centre after being prevented by Israel from attending the Celebrating Nonviolence conference in Bethlehem last December. UPDATE: Theresa remains in detention after an Israeli judge today postponed a decision on her appeal against denial ...

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Scottish Rabbis volunteer threatened with deportation during olive harvest

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Theresa McDermont, a volunteer from Scotland who came to pick olives with Palestinian farmers and Israeli rabbis today sits in an Israeli detention cell, awaiting deportation. She is not being charged with any crime. Theresa, a post ...

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What Does it Take for a Palestinian to Get a US Visa?

by Shlomo Bloom, Sunday 8th October In order to educate Americans about the situation in Palestine, two Palestinian activists are going on a speaking tour of the United States. ‘M’, one of the organizers behind a successful campaign of non-violent ...

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Boston Globe: “Israeli Policy divides Palestinian families”

by Matthew Kalman, September 23rd Immigration crackdown in West Bank EL-BIREH, West Bank — Nariman Yazbak and her 2-year-old daughter, Salma, left their home in the West Bank town of El Bireh last April for a routine visit to relatives ...

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Call For an Immediate end to Israel’s Discriminatory Visa-freeze Policy

Credit: Maureen Clare Murphy More than 70 journalists, activists, and members of the diplomatic corps met on September 6th at the Ambassador Hotel in Jerusalem for a press conference regarding the Campaign for the Right of Entry/Re-Entry to the occupied ...

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Maria Nikiforou Was Illegaly Deported

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE On 24th July 2006, Maria Nikiforou was forcibly sent back to Greece from Tel Aviv airport, despite the decision of the appeal court. The judge had intialy issued a stay on her deportation order. After reviewing secret ...

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