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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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Ha’aretz: Until the bulldozers stop

By Uri Ayalon Originally published in Ha’aretz I met M. last month at an Israeli-Palestinian encounter at Neve Shalom. It seemed that most of the Israelis who came to the weekend did so mostly out of curiosity. The Palestinian participants, ...

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Budrus Has A Hammer

By Kobi Snitz Originally published in Zmag Last afternoon, the Israeli army invaded the village of Budrus during the course of a wedding at which most of the village was present. Many shots were fired, three injuries were suffered and ...

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Guardian: Foreigners bring in the harvest and the wounded

by Chris McGreal Originally published in The Gaurdian Among the most active groups organising foreign volunteers in the Palestinian territories is the International Solidarity Movement, which brings hundreds to the region every year. They have worked alongside Palestinians harvesting olives ...

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ZNet: The Example of the Crazies

by Justin Podur & Neta Golan Originally published by ZNet An interview with Neta Golan Neta Golan has been described as “a legendary figure” and is one of very few Israelis who has been arrested, beaten, and harassed repeatedly for ...

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