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Guardian: “Israel should face sanctions”

by Ronnie Kasrils and Victoria Brittain. The Guardian, Friday May 19, 2006. The Palestine crisis is now more dramatic even than apartheid, but it is the victims who are punished. Western leaders are frustrating democratic elections in Palestine by withholding ...

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Canberra Times: “The Other Aussie Heros”

posted in the Canberra Times May 18th Every Friday for the last fifteen months Palestinian farmers from the West Bank village of Bil’in and their Israeli and international supporters have marched out of the village to reach their lands on ...

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BBC: “Villagers fight West Bank Barrier”

By Martin Patience BBC News website, in Bilin After prayers at Bilin’s mosque, male worshippers spill from the modest building and begin the short walk to the West Bank barrier running close to the village. The demonstrations at Bilin have ...

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Ha’aretz: “Supreme Disgrace”

A Haaretz Editorial The bottom line is the decisive one in yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling on family reunification. In light of such serious damage to the equal rights of Arab citizens of Israel, it does not matter at all what ...

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Independent: “Too Hot for Broadway”

Play based on diaries of peace activist killed in Gaza is moved from New York to the West End By Anthony Barnes – from the Independent Rachel Corrie’s proud parents will walk into a West End theatre today, past their ...

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Bil’in demonstration in the press

1. “Australian injured in West Bank protest” From the Australian 2. “Sydney man shot in Israel during protest” From The Age 3. “Hamas Supporters Help Palestinian Gov’t” From The Guardian 4. “Bil’in protest wounds 2 border police” From the Jerusalem ...

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Yent: “Settlers Torch Cars, Beat Residents”

From Ynet By Ali Waked Car torched in Tel Rumeida. ‘This is not a life,’ residents say (Photo: ISM) Residents of Hebron neighborhood claim settlers set fire to three Palestinian vehicles, beat several residents; ‘this was not a one-time incident,’ ...

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