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Tag Archives: Jamal Juma’

Despite increased repression, a victory

For Immediate Release: Legal challenges are an important battle field in non-violent resistance because often the occupation is forced to change their policies when these are held up to scrutiny. Court cases such as the one below as can determine ...

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Israel releases Palestinian boycott activists

Benjamin Joffe-Walt | The Media Line 14 January 2010 A prominent West Bank activist said by Palestinian groups to be the first Palestinian imprisoned for promoting an international boycott of Israel has been released after being detained by Israel for ...

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Bil’in organizer Abdallah Abu Rahmah remanded until the end of legal proceedings

Popular Struggle Coordination Committee 10 January 2010 For immediate release: Abdallah Abu Rahmah, coordinator of the Bil’in Popular Committee Against the Wall, was remanded until the end of legal proceedings today in an Israeli military court. Abu Rahmah is charged ...

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Your Palestinian Gandhis exist… in graves and prisons

Alison Weir | Counterpunch 8 January 2010 Dear Bono, In your recent column in the New York Times, “Ten for the Next Ten,” you wrote: “I’ll place my hopes on the possibility — however remote at the moment — that…people ...

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Release Abdallah Abu Rahmah and other leaders and members of the Bil’in Popular Committee Against the Wall and Settlements

Faculty for Israeli-Palestinian Peace 29 December 2009 Abdallah Abu Rahmah, a leader of the Bil’in Popular Committee Against the Wall and Settlements, was arrested at his home during a military operation in Ramallah by the Israeli Army on December 10. ...

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Demonstrators to protest closure of Beituniya military checkpoint in solidarity with families of Palestinian political prisoners and in support of lawyers’ strike

29 December 2009 The Popular Struggle Coordination Committee and the Palestinian Society Prisoners’ Club called for a demonstration on Tuesday, 29 December 2009, to protest the closure of the Beituniya checkpoint, the only access route for many families and lawyers ...

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