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18 people abuducted by soldiers in Tarna

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ISM MEDIA GROUP — Soldiers invaded the small village of Tarna where home construction is under way and arrested 18 Palestinians — 16 residents of Tarna and two others working with nonprofit organizations — and are now ...

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Long walk remix

Hunderds of activists marched 300 km from the Jenin to Qalandia checkpoint over a three-week period in July and August of 2004. Here’s a video showing highlights from that massive demonstration.

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Occupation on the wall

Israel’s wall along the Qalandia checkpoint road heading from Ramallah has become a giant backdrop for images of the occupation. Regularly on Thursday, and occasionally other days of the week, Passers by heading toward Qalandia see videos and slides of ...

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Fact Sheet: The Smokescreen of the Gaza Disengagement

An International Solidarity Movement Fact sheet With the deluge of coverage about Israel’s “disengagement” from Gaza, it’s easy to be lulled into the idea that the “road map” to peace in the region is moving ahead and that the occupation ...

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Israeli kills three Palestinians

An Israeli has opened fire at a group of Palestinians in the West Bank, killing three people, in a shooting that coincided with Israel’s Gaza withdrawal. Read the rest here.

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Picture of a settlement

Kadim settlement, one the settlement being removed from the Jenin area in order to concentrate Israeli control in Jerusalem and Sulfit area. by Devon August 15 This picture is just after sunrise on the morning of the disengagement. The illegal ...

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Women in Black plan massive vigil in Bil’in

Hundreds of women in the region to participate in the International Women in Black Conference in Jerusalem will travel today to the village of Bil’in to participate with village women in a vigil against construction of Israel’s illegal annexation wall ...

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Rachel Corrie: Answers needed

The family of English peace activist Tom Hurndall is experiencing the cold comfort of justice at last. Hurndall, 22, was shot in the head by an Israeli sniper in Rafah about two years ago while moving Palestinian children out of ...

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