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Bil’in: A village in mourning

9 January 2011 | Al Jazeera, Renee Lewis One West Bank family has paid the highest price for their village’s peaceful pursuit of justice. People say that time heals, but the Abu Rahmah family feels as though it is living ...

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Protester arrested as soldiers occupy Nabi Saleh

9 January 2011 | Popular Struggle Coordination Committee Dozens of soldiers brought the village of Nabi Saleh to a standstill today in yet another attempt to curb demonstrations in the village. One protester was arrested, and two required medical treatment ...

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“Gas won’t tear us apart”: a return to Bil’in

8 January 2010 | +972 Magazine, Joseph Dana Hundreds march in Bil’in to commemorate Jawaher Abu Rahmah, the 36-year-old woman who was killed last week in an unarmed demonstration against the separation wall. The former vice president of the European ...

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Hebron man executed during Israeli raid

07 January 2011 | Ma’an News During an arrest raid in Hebron which appeared to target Hamas men released from PA custody the day before, Israeli forces shot and killed a 66-year-old man in his bed, in what appeared to ...

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Israel’s killing zone in Gaza

6 January 2011 | The Electronic Intifada, Max Ajl Ahmed Qudaih was skinny, in blue Converse sneakers and a black leather jacket, his mustache oddly making him look younger, not older, than his 27 years. His voice was even, his ...

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Latest Israeli bombing plunges Gaza into darkness

10 December 2010 | The Electronic Intifada, Rami Almeghari Air strikes by Israeli warplanes at dawn on Thursday caused serious damage to the Gaza Strip’s only power plant, plunging the territory — which already suffers from frequent outages — into ...

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