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For family of slain activist, no end in sight for case

7 November 2010 | Ethan Bronner, New York Times HAIFA, Israel — Seven years after an American student, Rachel Corrie, was killed in Gaza by an Israeli military bulldozer she tried to block, becoming a global symbol of the Palestinian struggle, ...

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IDF general: Naalin shooting an operational accident

03 November 2010 | Ynet News Commander of IDF colleges Major-General Gershon Hacohen testifies as character witness for former battalion commander Omri Borberg convicted of attempted threats in 2008 shooting incident involving bound Palestinian protester The defense team of Lieutenant-Colonel ...

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Civil resistance to bring down the Walls

1 November 2010 | Ayed Morrar, Huffington Post Budrus, a documentary film now debuting across the US, tells the story of a successful protest campaign by unarmed Palestinian civilians against Israel’s military occupation in my small West Bank village. Our ...

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Clashes erupt at Israel march

27 October, 2010 | Al Jazeera Violence between police and Palestinian-Israeli protesters angered by a march by a right-wing Jewish group. Violent clashes have broken out between Palestinian-Israelis and Israeli police in response to a demonstration by members of a ...

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Caterpillar to delay supply of D9 bulldozers to IDF

25 October, 2010 | The Jerusalem Post Caterpillar, the company which supplies the IDF with bulldozers, has announced that it is delaying the supply of D9 bulldozers during the time that the trial of Rachel Corrie proceeds, Channel 2 reported ...

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Justice, Israeli style

22 October 2010 | MWC News By Sherine Tadros “Does anyone know the Hebrew word for ‘occupation’?” A question from the state assigned Hebrew translator to the packed out courtroom. And that kicked off the trial into the killing of ...

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