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The women in Hebron cooperative

13th September 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, Al-Khalil Team | Hebron, Occupied Palestine  International Solidarity Movement human rights monitors spend the afternoon at the Women in Hebron embroidery cooperative where Palestinian women are empowering themselves and persisting with grace in ...

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Testimony of Khuzaa’s massacre

8th September 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, Gaza Team | Khuzaa, Gaza Strip, Occupied Palestine One year after Israel’s attacks in the Gaza Strip, the massacre in Khuzaa is vividly remembered by one of its inhabitants. Dr Mohammed Qudaih lived ...

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Journal: When walking becomes a crime

13th July 2015 | Peter Cunliffe | Al Khalil, Occupied Palestine Last night at around 11:30 PM, we received a call from one of our Palestinian neighbors about an incident that was unfolding outside our window. A group of five ...

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“…but still with a few hope in our hearts”

20th May 2015 | Inas Jam | Khuzaa, Gaza. Editor’s note: This is the testimony of a 23 year old woman who survived the land invasion of Khuzaa, Gaza, in the summer of 2014. This is the original version of her writings and no edits ...

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Recollection and memory, Al-Nakba continues

15th May 2015 | Karam (Muhannad) | Ofer military prison, Occupied Palestine The following post is written by the medic that was present on the scene on May 15th 2014, during the killing of Mohammad Odeh and Nadeem Nuwwarah as protesters commemorated ...

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Journal: House demolition in East Jerusalem

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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The Siege – cultural resistance in Palestine

20th April 2015 | Frida and Jenny | Jenin, Occupied Palestine The room was overflowing with people who had come to witness the opening of the play The Siege. Pushing our way through the throng we managed to find some ...

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