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Anglican Bishop of Jerusalem’s visa revoked

02 March 2011 | Arieh Cohen Sheil Dawani is considered a foreigner, having been born in Nablus, while the Anglican cathedral and offices are in East Jerusalem. Without a visa, in theory he can be arrested and deported at any ...

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Palestinian refugees supporters protest Canada Park

Canada Park

21 February 2011 | The Alternative Information Center Palestinian, Israeli and international activists gathered in front of the Representative Office of Canada to the Palestinian Authority in Ramallah and the Embassy of Canada to Israel in Tel Aviv for protest vigils ...

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Israeli troops kill Gaza fishermen

17 February 2011 | Al Jazeera Israeli soldiers have killed three Palestinian fishermen along the Gaza-Israeli border, Palestinian medics have said. Gaza’s ministry of health said on Thursday that the men were killed overnight in the north of Gaza, near ...

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Turkey Gaza flotilla probe: five shot dead at close range

13 February 2011 | Haaretz A Turkish government inquiry into Israel’s raid on a Gaza-bound flotilla that killed eight Turks and a Turkish-American says Israeli soldiers shot five victims at close range. Turkey released details of its formal inquiry into ...

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Palestinian child hit by Israeli police car in Silwan

10 February 2011 | Wadi Hilweh Information Center An Israeli police car ran over a young Palestinian girl on the main street of Ain al-Luza neighbourhood in Silwan yesterday, 9 February. Witnesses reported that the police vehicle had been speeding ...

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Hebron: Checkpoint soldiers shoot driver

21 January 2011 / Ma’an News Soldiers at a flying checkpoint on Route 60 north of Hebron shot and critically wounded a Palestinian citizen of Israel on Thursday night. The Israeli military said events around the shooting were unclear. Security ...

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A melancholy Martin Luther King Day in Bil’in

17 January 2010 | The Huffington Post, Majida Abu Rahmah My family endured another heartbreaking setback last Tuesday in the case of my husband, Abdallah Abu Rahmah. Although Abdallah’s prison sentence ended November 18th, the Israeli Military Court of Appeals ...

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