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International strategy for Palestinian prisoners needed

by Joe Catron 2 February 2012 | Al Akhbar English “Any movement that does not support its political internees is a sham movement.” – US political prisoner Ojore Lutalo Political prisoners, their families, and their concerns and causes enjoy massive ...

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Donor Opium: The impact of international aid to Palestine

3 February 2012 | Donor Opium For twenty years now the international donor community has financially supported Palestinian institution-building, infrastructure development, the economy, public employees’ salaries, health and education, social welfare, the police, electricity production, private credit guarantees, and the ...

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A new stage for West Bank popular resistance

by Dylan Collins 28 January 2012 | The Palestine Monitor In a hazy room, clouded with cigarette smoke and steam from hot syrup-sweat tea, residents of Kafr ad-Dik and its neighboring villages, along with Palestinian, Israeli, and international activists, excitedly gathered ...

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Israel to demolish two houses near Bethlehem

28 January 2012 | WAFA News Agency Israeli forces delivered home demolition notices to two Palestinian homeowners in al-Ma’sara, a village south of Bethlehem, under the pretext that they were built without a permit in an area under full Israel ...

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In Palestine, to exist is to resist

by Melinda Tuhus 24 January 2012 | In These Times Behind the headlines, Palestinians are using nonviolent direct action to protest the status quo. WEST BANK, PALESTINE – On November 15, Mazin Qumsiyeh and other Palestinian activists boarded public bus ...

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What happened on the 10th of January in Jericho

14 January 2012 | Mahmoud Zwahre, Al Ma’sara Village I would like to thank all of you who stand with us, who have showed amazing support these past three days and demanded our immediate release from Israeli military jail. I ...

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