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El muro: Viaje a Bilín

by MARIO VARGAS LLOSA Originally published in El Pais El muro que está construyendo el Gobierno de Israel alegando razones de seguridad centra la atención de Mario Vargas Llosa. En esta nueva entrega el escritor describe el impacto que provoca ...

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The battle for justice is not over

Originally published in the Hampstead & Highgate Express Sitting in her living room nearly two and a half years after the shooting of her son Tom, Jocelyn Hurndall remains defiant. The sentencing of a soldier in the Israeli Defence Force ...

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International Pacifists Pick Palestinian Olive behind Apartheid Wall

Originally published by the Palestine News Agency http://english.wafa.ps/body.asp?id=4208 RAMALLAH, October 2, 2005, (WAFA)- Tens of Foreign and Israeli pacifists joined Palestinian peasants in picking olive behind the Apartheid Wall in the village of Bil’in, near Ramallah. The pacifists and Palestinian ...

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Where’s the restraint in Bil’in?

By Haaretz Editorial After proving their sensitivity and intelligence in dispersing the demonstrations in Gush Katif, the Israel Defense Forces and police could have been expected to apply the same policy in handling the demonstrators against the separation fence in ...

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Is this a real move to peace?

by K. Flo Razowsky Originally in The Minneapolis Star Tribune According to the international media, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s disengagement from the Gaza Strip is an unprecedented move toward peace. The situation on the ground demands further inspection. Daily, ...

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Bil’in: A Struggle in Pictures

Jon Elmer, a photojournalist with the The New Standard, put together a photo essay from the August 12 demonstration against Israel’s annexation wall in Bil’in. You can view it and read the accompanying article here.

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Bil’in, a test field for new Israeli weapons

Saed Bannoura IMEMC & Agencies Tuesday, 09 August 2005 Israeli and international leftist peace activists accused the Israeli army of using demonstrations against the Separation Wall in the West Bank village of Bil’in as a “test field” for its new ...

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Border Police `lie about violence at fence protests’

By Jonathan Lis Ha’aretz Daily For more than six months, dozens of Israelis and hundreds of Palestinians have been demonstrating every weekend against the construction of the separation fence near the West Bank village of Bil’in. These demonstrations, defined by ...

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A West Bank village opts for peaceful protest to broach the Wall

By MOHAMMED KHATIB The Seattle Post Intelligencer seattlepi.nwsource.com/opinion/233676_arab24.html Sunday, July 24, 2005 Israel’s planned evacuation of its illegal Gaza settlements is a positive step but it should not be mistaken for the end of Israel’s military occupation. While the world’s ...

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