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Haaretz: “Elbow to Elbow, like Cattle”

by Gideon Levy, December 10th Laila El-Haddad spent the last three weeks in a dismal apartment she was forced to rent in El Arish, Egypt, together with her son Yusuf, who is two years and nine months old. Every few ...

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The Guardian: “There has to be equality”

by Ismail Patel, December 5th The Arab-Israeli conflict is unlike any other regional conflict. As the UN secretary general, Kofi Annan, put it: “No other conflict carries such a powerful symbolic and emotional charge among people far removed from the ...

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Humanity lost

by Laila El-Haddad, November 29th We stood and we waited and we cried and we returned back to Egypt yesterday, and again today. Us and thousands of others. It was anguish. Anguish and misery and desperation personfied in every woman, ...

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Baltimore Chronicle: “Refugees are the key”

by Sam Bahour, November 27th Israel should admit its historical responsibility to the Palestinian people and recognize the rights of the refugees The Bush Administration’s insistence that the Hamas-led government of the Palestinian Authority recognize Israel’s existence may seek to ...

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Apartheid wall legitimized by Israeli supreme court

Haaretz: “Court rejects petition to change route of J’lem envelope fence” by Yuval Yoaz, November 26th An expanded panel of nine High Court of Justice judges, headed by retired Supreme Court president Aharon Barak, on Sunday rejected petitions claiming the ...

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