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Canaan protest village

10 February 2013 | Beit Ommar Popular Movement, South Hebron Hills, Occupied Palestine Today, the South West Popular Committee along with international activists embarked on a new effort to establish a village, Canaan, on Palestinian land in South Hebron Hills. ...

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The long road to Bab al-Karama

20 January 2013 | International Solidarity Movement, Bab al-Karama, Occupied Palestine The road to Bab al-Karama, the new tent neighborhood created by Palestinians on land that will be separated from the village of Beit Iksa by the Apartheid wall, exposes ...

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Meeting Samer Al Issawi in the holding room

16 January 2013 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank, Occupied Palestine By Neta Golan After spending the night in the Russian compound detention center, known as Al Moskobia, I was taken to the holding cell in the court to await ...

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Protestors return to Bab-Alshams

Update:  16 January All the detainees from Bab Al Shams have been released! 15 January 2013 |  Bab-Alshams, Occupied Palestine Following the violent eviction of Bab-Alshams (gateway of the sun) on Sunday around a hundred Protestors returned to the land ...

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Palestinian village of Bab Alshams violently evicted

13 January 2013 | PSCC, Occupied Palestine Although established on privately owned Palestinian lands, Israel forcefully expelled residents of the village in a pre-dawn raid this morning. Six required medical attention. Shortly before 3 am, hundreds of Israeli policemen and ...

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Palestinian Village of Bab Alshams Remains Steadfast

Update: The Israeli occupation forces invaded Bab AlShams village in the middle of the night and arrested all it’s residents and removed them by force injuring six Palestinians. The Residents of Bab ALShams were forced on an ISraeli police bus ...

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