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Palestinian refugees fleeing Syria seek home in Gaza

Heesham's caravan in Gaza

February 11, 2016| International Solidarity Movement, Gaza team | Khan Younis, Gaza strip, occupied Palestine Palestinian refugee Heesham Ahmed El Khoranin and his family have already survived 2 Israeli assaults against the Gaza Strip since he returned after fleeing from ...

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RIP Jo Cox


17th June 2016 | Jo Cox Jo Cox, a devoted compassionate friend of Palestine, refugees and immigrants, an advocate for the plight of Syrian and Yeminite civilians, a genuine working class hero and a mother of two, was murdered today ...

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Arbitrary arrest of two internationals in Hebron

Israeli forces preparing the paper to kick out internationals from their home

26th November 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, al-Khalil team | Hebron, occupied Palestine Sunday 22nd November 2015, two international solidarity activists were arrested by Israeli forces on the allegation that they were ‘staying in a closed military zone’ in occupied ...

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“The youth will not tire, ’till your independence”


November 7th, 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, Nablus Team | Nablus, Occupied Palestine Today, at 6 pm local time in Occupied Jerusalem, Palestinians and supporters gathered in peaceful events all over the world to sing the “unofficial” Palestinian national anthem, Mawtini (In Arabic ...

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Settler attacks international – eats notebook

Anat Cohen chewing on part of the stolen notebook

12th October 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, al-Khalil team | Hebron, occupied Palestine Yesterday afternoon, two girls were arrested by Israeli forces in occupied al-Khalil (Hebron). International human rights observers documenting the ungrounded arrest were harassed by settlers in front ...

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Another segment of the journey

refugees 2

22nd September | Caoimhe Butterly  |  Serbian and Croatian border A few kilometres away from the small Serbian border town of Sid, a dirt track through corn and turnip fields serves as passage to tens of thousands of women, men and children ...

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