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Maria Nikiforou Deported

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE This morning, July 24th, Maria Nikiforou was deported from Israel. She was sent on the 7am flight to Athens without a hearing. For more information about Maria’s case see previous reports: Israel Declares Greek Human Rights Worker ...

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Israel Declares Greek Human Rights Worker a Security Threat

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Today, July 22nd, an Israeli judge decided today in administrative court to deport Maria Nikiforou, a 34 year old human rights worker, without a hearing. The security has informed Maria that they will put her on the ...

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Greek Activist Celebrates Birthday in Detention

Maria Nikiforou with a child from Bil’in in 2005 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Today, July 18, 2006, Maria Nikiforou will celebrate her thirty-fourth birthday in isolation in the Ben Gurion detention center. Israeli security put Maria in isolated detention on July ...

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Greek Human Rights Worker Remains in Detention

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Maria Nikiforou, a Greek human rights worker was detained while attempting to enter Israel on the morning of July 14th, and has been kept in isolation since that evening. The police have told Maria that she has ...

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Israel Refuses Greek Human Rights Worker Entry

UPDATE: Since the afternoon on July 14th, Maria Nikiforou has been held in isolation at the airport security dentention center. Despite the fact that detainees are allowed to keep their phones in this facility, she is not allowed to charge ...

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Israel Must Welcome Non-violent Resistance

by Paul Larudee The accusers who denied me entry to Israel on the basis of secret evidence and who continue to persecute the International Solidarity Movement and Palestinian non-violent resistance may think of the us as troublemakers. We are. They ...

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Denied Entry

by Noura Khouri Typically, entry to the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT) through the only possible route available, via Israel, is a nerve- racking, tiresome and extremely invasive affair. If the foreigner in question answers honestly, to the barrage of questions ...

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Paul Larudee Finally Gets His Day in Court

UPDATE, 15th June, 4:30pm: According to Paul’s lawyer, the final decision will be heard at 8:30am on Sunday morning. More details to follow. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tomorrow morning at 11:30, Paul Larudee, the 60 year-old piano tuner and ISM peace ...

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