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Denied Entry

by Noura Khouri Typically, entry to the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT) through the only possible route available, via Israel, is a nerve- racking, tiresome and extremely invasive affair. If the foreigner in question answers honestly, to the barrage of questions ...

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Bil’in Unites in Solidarity With Gaza

By Sunbula and Jennie Photos by Sunbula Yet again, the people of Bil’in were joined in solidarity by international and Israeli peace activists on a Friday afternoon after midday prayers to protest the annexation of the village’s land by the ...

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“It is my land not the settlers’ land”

One of Solayby’s grape vines that settlers knocked over and their sheep ate the leaves Muhammed Abu Solayby from Beit Ummar village near Hebron has suffered heavily from the settlers from the nearby settlement of Beit Ai’an. They have destroyed ...

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Human Rights Abuses in Hebron

Tel Rumeida Report, June 6th to June 10th 2006 Settler women sitting in an occupied Palestinian clothing shop; the clothes are ransacked in a pile on the left (Photos by Sunbula) Raids: 7th June 2006 A Palestinian family related that ...

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The People of Bil’in Honour Journalists

Credit: Ammar Awad/Reuters by Raad At 13:00 today the people of Bil’in started their weekly march to protest the apartheid wall which is being built on their land. The march started with around 100 Palestinians and 40 internationals and Israeli ...

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Unwelcome Visitors in the Night

by F. Tonight at about 10pm seven Israeli soldiers came to our apartment and knocked on the door. They wanted to come in, and I told them no, they couldn’t. They asked why, I told them that we do not ...

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Israeli Military Raid ISM Apartment in Balata Camp

The apartment belonging to the International Solidarity Movement (ISM) in Balata refugee camp, Nablus was broken into by the Israeli military last week, May 31st. In what is an apparent act of vandalism and harassment, the military forced their way ...

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