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IMEMC: Bethlehem tree planting in memorial of Virginia students

Bethlehem: activists plant trees in memorial to students killed in Virginia by Najib Farag, April 21, 2007 Palestinian residents and international peace activists, including Americans, and Israelis, held on Friday a protest against the Israeli Annexation Wall surrounding and suffocating ...

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Homes Rebuilt by Peace Activist Demolished Today

This morning Israeli Forces accompanied bulldozers to the Home of the Abu Kabatya Family near Um Nazel which was rebuilt with donations collected by peace activists. They demolished the families’ home and then proceeded to the land of farmer Ali ...

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IMEMC: Hundreds attend Second Bil’in Int’l Conference

Hundreds join the Bilin Conferene on Popular Resistance by George Rishmawi, 18 April 2007 Speakers stressed the need for popular resistance More than five hundred Palestinian, Israeli and international peace activists arrived in Bilin on Wednesday morning to join the ...

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IOF Harrassment in Izbat at-Tabib

IOF Harrassment in Izbat at-Tabib by Tom Hayes, 18 April 2007 The village of Izbat at-Tabib, in Qalqillya region, has been undergoing constant harassment by the IOF this week. The army has entered the village every day, often setting up ...

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House Demolitions Planned in Al Hadidi

House Demolitions Planned in Al Hadidi from Brighton Palestine, 18 April 2007 Update, 24 April 2007 Residents of five of the houses have relocated before the imminent house demolitions. At least two families are staying in their houses, refusing to ...

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Pain and Pride on Prisoner’s Day in Hebron

Pain and Pride on Prisoner’s Day in Hebron by V, 17 April 2007 Prisoners Day in Hebron was marked with a march of around 1000 people. Mothers, fathers, sons, daughters, brothers and sisters carried pictures of their imprisoned loved ones. ...

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Turning the other cheek near Bethlehem

by Kobi Snitz The first visible achievement of the non-violent resistance of the Ma’asara villages was visible even before the demonstration began. When people began preparing for the demonstration they noticed that, unlike previous Fridays, there was no construction today. ...

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Sewage Tsunami & Strangulation in Gaza

Sewage Tsunami & Strangulation in Gaza by Anna Baltzer, 6 April 2007 One week ago, the walls of an overused cesspool in northern Gaza collapsed, flooding a nearby Bedouin village with up to two meters of raw sewage. At least ...

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