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Christmas in Gaza

by Ruqaya Izzidien 24 December 2011 | Al Akhbar English This Christmas marks the third anniversary of the 2008-2009 Israeli war on the Gaza Strip; a winter in which 19-year-old Ramy El Jelda saw his home bombed just two days ...

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Live sniper-fire injures protester in Nabi Saleh

23 December 2011 | Popular Struggle Coordination Committee Two weeks after the killing of Mustafa Tamimi during a demonstration in the village, an Israeli sniper shot a protester with live 0.22″ caliber ammunition, banned for crowd control purposes. Earlier today, ...

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Choir bus hit by settlers on way back from Nablus

17 December 2011 | Notes from Bethlehem I was hoping to write about something more pleasant regarding our Christmas ministry in Nablus. I was hoping to write about the usual; singing and rejoicing with the believers there. As always, Nablus ...

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Prisoner release: The number game of Israel

19 December 2011 | The Raging Palestinian Yesterday marked the so called completion of the prisoner swap agreement, which commenced on October 18, 2011, when Gilad Shalit was released for a total of 1,027 Palestinians to be released from Israeli ...

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New report documents children under fire in Gaza

13 December 2011 | AlertNet Twenty-eight cases of children being shot at by the border fence between Israel and the Gaza strip whilst gathering building materials like gravel, or working by the fence, have been documented by Defence for Children ...

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The death of a stone-thrower

by Jonathan Pollak 13 December 2011 | Haaretz Mustafa Tamimi threw stones. Unapologetically and sometimes fearlessly. Not on that day alone, but nearly every Friday. He also concealed his face. Not for fear of the prison cell, which he had ...

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