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Demonstrations mark Nakba Day in Hebron

Nakba Day protests in Hebron

16 May 2011 | International Solidarity Movement Approximately one thousand people demonstrated in Hebron during the weekend to commemorate the Nakba day. Several protesters were injured after violent responses from the Israeli army. On Sunday the 15th May around a ...

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Bedouin hamlet destroyed for 3rd time


5 May 2011 | Maan News Women of the Bedouin herding hamlet of Khirbet Amniyr sat on the earth and watched Israeli forces demolish their 12 tent homes for the third time on Thursday morning. The women said they were ...

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Beit Ula names garden after slain Italian activist

25 April 2011 | Ma’an News Agency Hebron’s Youth Development Association re-named a small garden west of the city after murdered Italian activist Vittorio Arrigoni in a Sunday ceremony. Beit Ula Mayor Rateb Al-Omla presided over the event, thanking the ...

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Protesters in Hebron mark Prisoners Day

Remembering Palestinian prisoners in Hebron

17 April 2011 | International Solidarity Movement Today, approximately 1,000 protesters in Hebron marked Palestinian Prisoners day with a demonstration calling for Israel to release Palestinian prisoners. At the same time thousands of prisoners joined in a one-day hunger strike ...

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The sharp end of Hebron

11 April 2011 | Issa Amro Hebron’s problems began after 1967. The Israeli army worked hard to create the Kiryat Arba settlement, and after that the settlers and soldiers started living inside Hebron, transforming it into an occupied city. We ...

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