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Remembering Bassem Abu Rahma

Bassem: A friend to us all

17 April 2010 | Anarchists Against the Wall On April 17th we mark one year to losing Bassem, who we also knew as Pheel. Although he is greatly missed at the village and during every demonstration, his spirit keeps on ...

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Bil’in: A village in mourning

9 January 2011 | Al Jazeera, Renee Lewis One West Bank family has paid the highest price for their village’s peaceful pursuit of justice. People say that time heals, but the Abu Rahmah family feels as though it is living ...

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Israeli forces kill woman in Bil’in

1 January 2011 | Popular Struggle Coordination Committee Doctors at the Ramallah hospital fought for Jawaher Abu Rahmah’s life all night at the Ramallah Hospital, but were unable to save her life. Abu Rahmah suffered from severe asphyxiation caused by ...

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IDF resumes use of prohibited tear gas canisters

8 December 2010 | Ha’aretz, Chaim Levinson   The canisters, which are used to disperse demonstrations in the West Bank, have been responsible for serious injuries and at least one death Israel Defense Forces soldiers recently resumed the use of ...

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FAQ’s about Tristan Anderson’s condition

Solidarity with Tristan Anderson 24 May 2010 Written by Gabby, his partner, as of 1 May, 2010. Can he talk? Yes, Tristan started talking in early December (shortly after he ripped out his tracheotomy tube). What does he say? Does ...

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