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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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AP: Israel Raids Offices of Activist Group

Jason Keyser | Associated Press JERUSALEM – The Israeli army raided the West Bank offices of a foreign pro-Palestinian group yesterday, confiscating computers and documents and arresting an American and an Australian, witnesses and a group spokeswoman said. Israeli troops ...

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L.A. Times: In West Bank, a risky quest for peace

Ruth Morris | Los Angeles Times Activists’ use of human shields is questioned after two members are killed by Israeli forces. TULKARM, West Bank – Wearing sandals and amber-colored earrings in a region where soldiers don bulletproof vests, Radhika Sainath ...

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CNN: Israeli bulldozer kills American protester

RAFAH, Gaza (CNN) — An Israeli bulldozer killed an American woman Sunday who had been protesting its use to destroy Palestinian houses in Rafah. The woman, Rachel Corrie, 23, of Olympia, Washington, was taken to a hospital, where she died ...

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Haaretz: American peace activist killed by army bulldozer in Rafah

By Haaretz Staff IDF expresses ‘regret’; State Department ‘assessing’ reports A 23-year-old American woman, Rachel Corrie, a college student from Olympia, Washington who belonged to the International Solidarity Movement in the territories, was killed yesterday by an IDF bulldozer during ...

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