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Israel arrests Palestinian barrier protest leader

Ben Hubbard | Washington Post 11 December 2009 RAMALLAH, West Bank — A leader of the most persistent Palestinian protest movement against Israel’s West Bank separation barrier was asleep in his home when troops broke down his door and arrested ...

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Release Bil’in popular leader Abdallah Abu Rahmah

10 December 2009 As part of a recent escalation of political arrests in Bil’in, Abdallah Abu Rahmah, a school teacher and coordinator of the Bil’in Popular Committee was arrested by Israeli soldiers. At 2am on Thursday, 10 December 2009, seven ...

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Trying to fill the hole our father has left

Jody McIntyre | Ctrl.Alt.Shift 3 December 2009 As we move into the cold months, many of you in the UK will be looking forward to Christmas. In the Palestinian village of Bi’lin, last weekend marked the Muslim holiday of Eid ...

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Let’s Talk About Resistance

Natalie abu Shakra 27 November 2009 The choice of civil resistance in challenging the Israeli occupation is considered by some as a form of “surrender.” In an interview [in Arabic] on Al Aqsa, Palestinian activists Mazen Qumsiyeh and comrade Haidar ...

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