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Right to Enter: Israeli Authorities Deny Entry to Clergyman

17 September 2007 In a continuing demonstration of Israel’s arbitrary denial of entry policy, and disregard for the Palestinian population’s right to practice their religion and worship freely, Father Faris Khaleifat, priest of Ramallah’s Greek Catholic Melkite Church was barred ...

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Family Reunification

Date posted: August 06, 2007 By MIFTAH Since the beginning of Israeli occupation in 1967, all policies towards curbing the process of Palestinian family reunification have greatly threatened normal and stable family life for many. This has been especially true ...

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Campaign for the Right of Entry/Re-Entry

A Grassroots Campaign for the Protection of Foreign Passport Holders Residing in and/or Visiting the oPt Position Statement To date, Israeli authorities have failed to provide a transparent policy on which foreign nationals wishing to enter or maintain their presence ...

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Denial of Dignity, Denial of Entry

Eccerpts from by Nadia’s journal 3 May 2007 What happened to me yesterday is something I couldn’t imagine possible, not because I didn’t think I could be refused entrance into Israel. There always was a possibility I would be interrogated, ...

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Israel’s ‘new’ Procedures Change little at the Borders

Tens of thousands of families still face forced separation or de facto deportation Ramallah – 29 March, 2007 Israel’s various announcements regarding new procedures for entry and visa extensions have failed to address, even superficially, the humanitarian crisis caused by ...

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Haaretz: “Quality time”

by Gideon Levy, The Jordanian MIRS chirps on the table. “Where’s Nur?” asks the woman on the line from Amman. “She’s standing next to me,” replies her husband in Azariyeh, east of Jerusalem. A chirp every few minutes. Yihye Bassa, ...

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Haaretz: “A mother’s resistance”

by Ofri Ilani, February 14th Laila El-Haddad’s blog took shape in a very unusual way. Her son, Yousuf, was less than a year old when she returned to her Gaza home from a visit to the United States, where her ...

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