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International Herald Tribune: Occupation by bureaucracy

By Saree Makdisi To view original article, published by the Interational Herald Tribune on the 24th June, click here A cease-fire went into effect in Gaza last week, offering some respite from the violence that has killed hundreds of Palestinians ...

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PCHR: Narratives Under Siege – Swimming in Sewage

In order to highlight the impact of the siege and closure of the Gaza Strip on the civilian population, the Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR) is publishing a series of “Narratives Under Siege” on the PCHR website. These short ...

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Stolen days in Israel

To see blog click here I never anticipated these problems. I asked so many people, so many questions. When I entered Israel I thought I might be questioned because of my name but not what ended up happening. When I ...

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J-Post: Court to hear petition on Silwan digs

By Elana Kirsh To view original article, published by the Jerusalem Post on the 18th June, click here The High Court of Justice in Jerusalem will hear a petition on Wednesday on the issue of archaeological excavations being carried out ...

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The Guardian: Shooting back at the settlers

By Mustafa Qadri To view original article, published by the Guardian on the 18th June, click here Last week the BBC carried video footage of a Jewish settler attack on Palestinian farmers in the West Bank. The attack was filmed ...

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Haaretz: A Dubious Israeli Spring in Europe

By Gideon Levy To view article, published in Haaretz on the 15th June 2008, click here How pleasant it is to be an official representative of Israel in Europe right now. It hasn’t been so pleasant for a long time. ...

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