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Shabbat+new soldiers+settlers=ouch!

By Mary, a 75 year-old ISM volunteer in Tel Rumeida Shabbat, new soldiers and violent settlers make a very unpleasant day. At 11am, I was at the Tel Rumeida crossing waiting for children to come from the Qurduba school. The ...

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Harrasing students in Jenin

by Ash Early in the morning, I left home with my friends going toward my university (the Arab American University). It’s about 40 minutes from my village. On the way, each one of us told our own story about the ...

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How else could I buy food and clothes?

By Tom At Al Quds Open University Campus in Tubas we met Raed and Firas, aged 22 and 21 yrs old. They both work in the fields and packing houses of the Jordan Valley settlements to be able to survive ...

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Bil’in: Un-cage Palestine!

by an ISM Media office volunteer The non-violent demonstration against the Apartheid Wall on the land of Bil’in village this week was themed around the economic siege of Palestine by western powers. Israeli and international activists with pictures of western ...

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Learning under occupation in Jordan Valley

by Tom Al Jifflik is a small village in the northern Jordan Valley. The villagers live largely in houses built of plastic and tin, as they are barred in Israeli law from building or repairing their houses. There is an ...

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BBC’s Coverage of Palestine/Israel unbalanced

Study finds failures in news balance and depth Reports said to show little to suggest deliberate bias Owen Gibson, media correspondent, Wednesday May 3, 2006 The BBC’s coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is “incomplete” and “misleading”, including failing to adequately ...

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Israeli mayhem in the Jordan Valley

I have just returned from the Jordan Valley – an area that takes up 30% of the West Bank but is almost entirely annexed by Israel. It’s the most fertile land in the West Bank with massive underground water reserves, ...

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