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Expanding Settlements Invade Palestinian Lands

by Patrick Connors Originally published by CommonDreams.org At the White House last Tuesday, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon again pledged to remove West Bank settlement outposts. But despite similar promises, and televised images of Israeli soldiers wrestling with Jewish settlers ...

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United by Hatred of Oppression

by Johann Hari Originally published by the Seattle Post-Intelligencer In the hills of Palestine, next to a village called Anin, three groups of people stood one recent afternoon amid clouds of tear gas and the boom of bullets to yell ...

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Freedom Summer

by Adam Shapiro Originally published in The Nation The International Solidarity Movement’s second Freedom Summer has begun, and much has changed since our last: the war on Iraq, which focused all eyes on the region; the much-hyped road map; full-blown ...

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Rachel’s emails

Compiled by The Guardian 23-year-old American ISM activist Rachel Corrie was crushed to death by a bulldozer as she tried to prevent the Israeli army destroying a home owned by the Nasrallah family in Rafah, in the Gaza Strip. What ...

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Guardian: A love under fire

It is a romance intertwined with the formation of the International Solidarity Movement (ISM) on the West Bank. Both were born in the US: she is Palestinian, he is Jewish. As the ISM has come into the firing line, so ...

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Haaretz: MKs in a huff over ISM peace activists

By Gideon Alon and Amos Harel Three International Solidarity Movement activists watched from the Knesset gallery yesterday as right-wing MKs lashed out at the organization, calling them “warmongers” who should be deported. The three women, one from Ireland and two ...

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