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Gaza Freedom March less than one month away

Gaza Freedom March | Electronic Intifada 4 December 2009 The Gaza Freedom March that will take place in Gaza on 31 December is an historic initiative to break the siege that has imprisoned the 1.5 million people who live there. ...

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Armageddon is coming to East Jerusalem

Palestine Monitor 5 December 2009 This was the ominous warning issued yesterday by Rabbi Arik Asherman, director of Rabbis for Human Rights who believes that “if nothing changes, Jerusalem will burn.” His remarks come in response to a court decision ...

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Palestinian moderately hurt in Naalin

YNet News 4 December 2009 A 20-year-old Palestinian protestor was moderately injured from a bullet fired by the security forces during a rally against the separation fence in the West Bank village of Naalin, Palestinian sources reported Friday. An Israel ...

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Shock follows footage of settler running over Palestinian

Ma’an News 3 December 2009 An amateur video shocked Palestinians on Tuesday, catching what appeared to be an Israeli settler repeatedly running over a wounded Palestinian at a gas station in Hebron last week. The Palestinian, an unidentified man shot ...

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Trying to fill the hole our father has left

Jody McIntyre | Ctrl.Alt.Shift 3 December 2009 As we move into the cold months, many of you in the UK will be looking forward to Christmas. In the Palestinian village of Bi’lin, last weekend marked the Muslim holiday of Eid ...

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Boycott of Ahava Dead Sea products makes an impact

Adri Nieuwhof | The Electronic Intifada 2 December 2009 The international campaign to boycott Ahava beauty products has recently won the support of a Dutch parliamentarian and an Israeli peace group. During the past few months, activists in Canada, the ...

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Israel’s occupation, linked by rail

Seth Freedman | The Guardian 26 November 2009 The architects of Israel’s occupation of the West Bank are highly skilled at the art of needlework, deftly stitching up land inside Israel proper and disputed territory over the Green Line as ...

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South Africa: Israeli policy reminiscent of apartheid

Ma’an News 26 November 2009 The South African government urged Israel on Tuesday to end practices toward Palestinians that it said were reminiscent of its own history of apartheid. “We call upon the Israeli government to cease their activities that ...

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