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Israelis are behaving like spoiled rich brats

Haaretz 21 March 2010 The terrifying specter of non-violent resistance to the occupation and the apartheid regime is hovering over the State of Israel, and all the state’s dignitaries have been recruited to battle it. This non-violent resistance operates both ...

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The Break on Palestine

David Bromwich | The Huffington Post 16 March 2010 To wipe the spit off his face, Biden had to say it was only rain.” The Israeli journalist Akiva Eldar was tapping a vein of bitter Jewish wit when he wrote ...

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State to reinvestigate wounding of U.S. activist

Cnaan Liphshiz | Ha’aretz 12 March 2010 The state this week agreed to reinvestigate the 2009 near-fatal wounding of American pro-Palestinian protester Tristan Anderson in the West Bank, after his lawyer complained that the discontinued probe of the case was ...

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Border Control / Biden and the bulldozer

Akiva Eldar | Ha’aretz 9 March 2010 U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, who arrived in Israel yesterday, didn’t look for camels among the cars on the road from Ben-Gurion International Airport to Jerusalem. In a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing ...

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Israel: end crackdown on Anti-Wall activists

Human Rights Watch 5 March 2010 Israel should immediately end its arbitrary detention of Palestinians protesting the separation barrier, Human Rights Watch said today. Israel is building most of the barrier inside the West Bank rather than along the Green ...

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Picking pebbles to live somehow

Eva Bartlett | Inter Press Service 2 March 2010 They come by the hundreds every day to sand dunes and rubble sites to sift for pebbles, stones and sand that can be used in making concrete blocks. They lean into ...

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Israel clampdowns on non-violent protest

Jonathan Cook | Middle East Online 12 February 2010 The Israeli courts ordered the release this week of two foreign women arrested by the army in the West Bank in what human-rights lawyers warn has become a wide-ranging clampdown by ...

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