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Paul Larudee Finally Gets His Day in Court

UPDATE, 15th June, 4:30pm: According to Paul’s lawyer, the final decision will be heard at 8:30am on Sunday morning. More details to follow. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tomorrow morning at 11:30, Paul Larudee, the 60 year-old piano tuner and ISM peace ...

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Al Jazeera: “Israel introduces new travel restrictions”

by Khalid Amayreh in the West Bank for Al Jazeera.net, Sunday 11 June 2006 Palestinian families have accused Israel of taking draconian measures, further restricting their freedom of movement. According to Palestinian human rights organisations, the new restrictions involve barring ...

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Ha’aretz: “Arrest of the Piano Tuner”

By No’am Ben Ze’ev, Ha’aretz Gallery, 12th June 2006. Translation by Rann. Paul Larudee, an American who came to tune pianos in Ramallah and Jenin, refused to board a plane against his will and is now waiting for a court ...

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Al-Jazeera: “Protests against Gaza beach killings”

By Khaled Amayreh, Al-Jazeera, Sunday 11 June 2006 Credit: ISM Hundreds of Palestinians, Israeli and international peace activists have protested against the killing of eight Palestinians while they picnicked on a Gaza beach. Wearing white T-shirts dyed in red to ...

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Democracy Now: “A Mother Under Occupation”

Palestinian Journalist Laila El-Haddad on Life in the Occupied Territories From Democracy Now, 9th June 2006. Watch 128k stream or Watch 256k stream We speak with Palestinian journalist and mother, Laila El-Haddad about life in the Occupied Territories. El-Haddad writes ...

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The Nation: “A Thirst for West Bank Water”

Fareed Taamallah, Op-ed for The Nation, June 9, 2006 (web only). During Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert’s recent visit to Washington, President Bush declared Olmert’s “convergence” plan “bold.” For Palestinians, however, it is disastrous, because it will annex much of ...

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