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In the West Bank, suburb or settlement?

Howard Schneider | The Washington Post 29 June 2009 Chaim Hanfling knows a lot about this settlement’s population boom. Six of his 11 siblings have moved here from Jerusalem in recent years to take advantage of the lower land prices, ...

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Dubai, jewel in Israel’s sales crown

Alain Gresh | Le Monde 27 May 2009 With the exception of Egypt, all Arab states officially boycott Israel, blacklist Israeli companies and ban imports of Israeli products. The same countries frequently lead the voices calling for sanctions against Israel. ...

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Bil’in demonstration commemorates Basem Abu Rahme

Bil’in Popular Committee 29 May 2009 After Friday prayers, the people began the weekly demonstration at Bil ‘in, in which a group of international, Palestinian and Israelis from peace and anti-occupation movements gather to resist the building of the wall ...

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It takes a village

Stefan Christoff | Hour 7 May 2009 Montreal’s ties to illegal Israeli settlement In April, Palestinian activist Bassam Ibrahim Abou Rahme was killed by Israeli military forces after being shot at close range by a teargas canister, becoming the 18th ...

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Police negligent in probing fence protest casualties

Dan Izenberg & Yaakov Katz | The Jerusalem Post 5 May 2009 The death of Palestinian Bassem Ibrahim in Bil’in two-and-a-half weeks ago might have been prevented had the police carried out orders to investigate previous incidents in which protesters ...

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