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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 ...

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Israel mulls arming ‘trained’ settlers

30 August 2011 | Al Jazeera  Army plans to provide tear gas and stun grenades in West Bank to repel any Palestinian protests next month, report says. The Israeli army is planning to provide tear gas and stun grenades to ...

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Why boycott Israel?

13 August 2011 | Al Jazeera English, Lisa Taraki and Mark LeVine A founding member of the campaign for the academic and cultural boycott outlines the motivation behind the movement. Author and history professor Mark LeVine speaks with sociologist Lisa Taraki, ...

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While in Gaza: The Other Gilad Shalits

8 August 2011 | The Palestine Chronicle, Johnny Barber ‘Dear Johnny: ‘While you are in Gaza, please visit Gilad Shalit. He is the Israeli soldier who was kidnapped from outside Gaza 5 years ago, and has been held by Hamas ...

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Jewish settlers storm the Aqsa Mosque

8 August 2011 | The Palestine Information Center Tension is running high in the holy Aqsa Mosque in occupied Jerusalem after Jewish settlers stormed and roamed the plazas of the holy site at the early morning hours on Monday. The ...

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Palestinian female prisoners suffer in Ramadan

7 August 2011 | Palestine Telegraph Israeli prison administration decided to tighten its harsh measures against Palestinian female prisoners of Hasharon during the holy month of Ramadan. A researcher at the international solidarity foundation, Ahmed al-Betawi, stated that Israeli prison ...

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