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First time welcomed into Ni’lin

23 September 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank At 1 pm the demonstration in Ni’lin started. 4 ISM volunteers helped to protest against the illegal, Israeli Apartheid Aall. After reaching the wall, the Israel army attacked us by using ...

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Gaza: 29 years later, Palestinians march forward

22 September 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, Gaza For three years the Beit Hanoun Local Initiative and the International Solidarity Movement have marched into the buffer zone north of Beit Hanoun.  Tuesday, September 20th was no different.  We gathered near ...

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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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Interview sheds light on Israeli prison-colonial complex

29 August 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank Conversations are strange over here. When you are told a horrible story by somebody, or you hear yet another example of the brutality Palestinians experience as part of their daily lives, ...

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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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