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Action alert: Susiya village at high risk of demolition

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11th May 2015 | Operation Dove | At Tuwani, South Hebron Hills, Occupied Palestine POPULAR STRUGGLE COORDINATION COMMITTEE AND  POPULAR STRUGGLE COMMITTEE OF SOUTH HEBRON HILLS CALLS FOR INTERNATIONAL PRESENCE IN SUSIYA VILLAGE Where: Susiya Village, South Hebron Hills When: From ...

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Journal: House demolition in East Jerusalem

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27th April 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, Team Al Khalil | East Jerusalem, Occupied Palestine This has been hard to write down. The three of us put off again and again the thoughts and fears of that day, to remember them and ...

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Protest against forced eviction pushes Israeli forces from the area

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22nd September 2013 | International Solidarity Movement | Ezaryah, Occupied Palestine Today at 10:00, approximately 40 Palestinians and internationals marched together on a demonstration in the Ezaryah area east of Jerusalem. The demonstration was called to protest the forceful eviction of Palestinian ...

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House demolitions and forced displacments in Area C

By Abu Sarah 2 September 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank Demolishing tents donated by the UN On August 28 Israeli occupation forces demolished tents donated by the United Nations (UN) in the Palestinian village of Susiya in the ...

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Jericho: Palestinian farmers ordered to leave land

By Liza Ennab 2 August 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank Reuters reports thats Israeli authorities have given Palestinian farmers living in Jericho in the West Bank an order to uproot palm trees they have grown and leave the ...

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Sheikh Jarrah: ‘My Neighbourhood’

By Patrick Keddie 4 August 2012 | International Solidarity Movement The Israeli authorities’ attempts to ethnically displace Palestinians from East Jerusalem have intensified greatly in recent years; in some areas, such as Sheikh Jarrah, eviction notices have been handed out ...

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