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Protests in Northern Gaza

15 September 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, Gaza  The Palmer Report, recently released by the United Nations, was a moral travesty. It asserted that the naval blockade of Gaza was somehow separate from the land siege of Gaza.  The Palmer ...

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Today we planted in Gaza’s buffer zone

6  September 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, Gaza Strip Today, like every Tuesday in Beit Hanoun, we marched into the buffer zone to protest it and the illegal Israeli occupation.  In many ways it was the same as every Tuesday.  ...

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Occupation in the Jordan Valley

22 August 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank In the last month ISM has joined up with Jordan Valley Solidarity and a slew of other international activists to make mud bricks for a new house and football field in ...

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Iftar at the House of the Ezkadenia

24 August 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, Gaza Israel’s latest round of attacks on Gaza has made it too dangerous to demonstrate in the buffer zone. The people of Beit Hanoun do not demonstrate because they want to die, they ...

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Gaza: There was no calm before the storm

20 August 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, Gaza For the last two days Gaza has been under heavy attack by the Israeli military. The calm has been shattered. That is what the international press would have you believe. Perhaps they ...

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Gaza strikes: Destroying just to destroy

20 August 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, Gaza Israeli attacks on Gaza are not limited to trying to kill people.  Sometimes, they bomb things just to destroy them, pointless destruction.  On the morning of August 19th, 2011 Israeli warplanes bombed ...

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75 year old woman shot in Johr al-Dik

16 August 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, Gaza Strip Selma Al Sawarka, or Um Ahmad, is an active woman, a mother of seven, and a grandmother of 35, who has never quit working.  August 10, 2011 dawned like most days ...

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