Home / In the Media (page 32)

In the Media

The colonial parade of Hebron

18 October 2011 | Free Paly  A crowded Palestinian marketplace, mid-afternoon, the sun is slowly descending, and a cool breeze blows plastic bags past the feet of a jumbled crowd of young men, small boys, women in hijab with their ...

Read More »

Bil’in takes art as a means of resistance

30 September 2011 | Popular Committee against the Wall and Settlement of Bil’in Dozens of demonstrators were asphyxiated by tear gas during the weekly march organized by the Popular Committee Against the Wall and Settlements in Bil’in. Present at the ...

Read More »

Gaza court questions accused in death of Italian

22 September 2011 | AFP GAZA CITY, Palestinian Territories — A Gaza military court on Thursday played the alleged confessions of four men accused in the April kidnap and murder of Italian peace activist Vittorio Arrigoni. Of the four men, all ...

Read More »

Twilight zone / An organic bond

16 September 2011 | Haaretz This is a bad story with a happy ending. It’s also a story that makes one happy, but still leaves a bit of a bitter taste in one’s mouth. It’s the story of a Palestinian ...

Read More »

Settlers burn ISM tent in East Jerusalem’s Sheikh Jarrah

14 September 2011 | The Alternative Information Center At about 2am on Monday, 11 September, settlers in the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah burnt to the ground an International Solidarity Movement tent that had been established to monitor and ...

Read More »

Trial over murder of pro-Palestinian activist begins in Gaza

9 September 2011 | Haaretz Four surviving defendants charged with kidnapping and murder of Italian activist Vittorio Arrigoni; court proceedings postponed until September 22. The trial of the four surviving defendants allegedly involved in the kidnapping and murder of Italian ...

Read More »