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Press Release from the Welcome to Palestine Campaign

by Mazin Qumsiyeh 16 April 2012 | Welcome to Palestine Campaign 2012 We did not have to show our 1500 visitors Israeli racism, arrogance, and human rights violations; the Israeli government showed them and also showed the whole world. Calling itself a ...

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Passover violence in Occupied Al Khalil

by Paige 10 April 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank The Israeli army enforced a system of extensive closures, detentions, and violence against Palestinians and internationals activists during the Jewish holiday of Passover in Al Khalil (Hebron). The army ...

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Beit Dajan gears up for continued resistance

by Robin 15 March 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank On the 14th of March 2012 two internationals from ISM went to Beit Dajan to talk about the recent upstart of demonstrations in the village. We met with Naser ...

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New military gate limits access to Beit Iksa land

12 March 2012 | WAFA News Agency A new military-controlled road gate the Israeli army had set up on Monday in the village of Beit Iksa, northwest of Jerusalem, raised concern of possible takeover of almost 2000 dunums of land as ...

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The strangulation of a village

Jab'a

by Sylvia 10 March 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank Sheikh Nasri looks resigned as he describes his home as “the most terrorised village in the country”. With 34,000 uprooted trees in the last two years and some 4,800 ...

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