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Bil’in residents and activists gather to mark May Day

Bil’in Village 1 May 2009 The residents of Bil’in gathered today after the Friday prayer along with international and Israeli activists and marched in recognition of May Day. The protesters carried Palestinian flags and banners calling for labor rights. The ...

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Boycott this Israeli settlement builder

Abe Hayeem | The Guardian 28 April 2009 The British Foreign and Commonwealth Office must be commended for its decision to cancel renting premises for the UK embassy in Tel Aviv from the company Africa-Israel, owned by Israeli businessman and ...

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Heed voices calling for justice for Palestinians

Huwaida Arraf | The Seattle Times 24 April 2009 We Palestinians are often asked where the Palestinian Gandhi is and urged to adopt nonviolent methods in our struggle for freedom from Israeli military rule. On April 18, an Israeli soldier ...

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His name was Basem

Mohammad Khatib | Bil’in Popular Committee Against the Wall and Settlements His name was Basem, which means smile, and that is how he greeted everyone.  But we all called him ‘Pheel’, which means elephant because he had the body the ...

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