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Haaretz: “A mother’s resistance”

by Ofri Ilani, February 14th Laila El-Haddad’s blog took shape in a very unusual way. Her son, Yousuf, was less than a year old when she returned to her Gaza home from a visit to the United States, where her ...

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JPost: “UK protesters try to hurt Israeli flower sales”

by Ellis Weintraub and Laura Rheinheimer, February 13th To hurt the high-volume sales of Israeli flowers on Valentine’s Day in the United Kingdom, three anti-Israel protesters chained themselves to a fence over the weekend outside the distribution site of Carmel-Agrexco ...

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YNet: “Shenkin on the corner of the Hawara checkpoint”

by Yael Ivri, February 6th Palestinian artist, Haled Jarar, hung his photographs on the fence of an IDF checkpoint near Nablus; the “Activestills” exhibit covered the streets of Tel Aviv with photos of squatters. Two exhibits, two protests On Saturday ...

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Haaretz: “By the book”

by Gideon Levy, February 2nd There’s no question about it – everything was done by the book. The gate was locked at 7 P.M. and 16,000 people, residents of the villages of Beit Furik and Beit Dajan, were imprisoned behind ...

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The Guardian: “Time to get serious about Israel”

by John Hilary, January 31st You know that things are serious when a parliamentary select committee puts out a call for sanctions against another sovereign state. Doubly so when that state is supposed to be one of Britain’s key allies ...

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