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Israeli democracy

In a true example of Israeli democracy Sam from Britian was arrested today for holding a Palestinian flag in Jerusalem. He was released with a caution not to disturb the peace a few hours later. See: Police detain peace activist ...

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Gandhi Redux

By Meron Rapaport http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/586551.html Last Friday Laser and Hassan walked side by side along the main street of Bilin. Laser Peles (who was born in Kfar Chabad, abandoned religion, came out of the closet, was the spokesman for the gay-lesbian ...

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Haaretz: Rachel Corrie’s family sues Israel, IDF

By Amos Harel, Haaretz Correspondent The family of Rachel Corrie, a pro-Palestinian activist killed by an Israel Defense Forces bulldozer in Rafah two years ago, sued the State of Israel and the IDF for damages in the Haifa District Court ...

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Fighting Israel’s Wall

By Anne Petter Originally published in The Nation The International Court of Justice has ruled Israel’s “Separation Wall” illegal and has called on Israel to dismantle the wall. Nineteen days ago I came to Israel to protest that wall and ...

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Letter From Budrus

By Mark Sorkin Originally published in The Nation The van drops us off at the top of a hill and rattles around the bend. It is the middle of the afternoon in Budrus, a tiny village in the occupied West ...

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Remembering Rachel Corrie

by Adam Shapiro Originally published in The Nation On March 7, 2004, an Associated Press photographer in the West Bank village of Beit Dukou captured an image of a Palestinian woman during a protest against the wall Israel is constructing ...

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