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Oppose the state, not the people

Yotam Feldman | Ha’aretz 2 July 2009 Ramallah’s intellectual elite, foreigners and curious spectators gathered last Saturday at the Friends School in Ramallah to hear writer and political activist Naomi Klein lecture to a packed auditorium. Following a musical interlude ...

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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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A fierce attack on the village of Bil’in

At around 4am soldiers from the Israeli military stormed the village of Bil’in by foot. They abducted Suleiman Sif, aged 16 years, from his home and dragged him to an unknown destination. This raid is part of a broad campaign ...

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Israeli forces invade Bil’in, seize two teenagers

Ma’an News 29 June 2009 Seventy Israeli soldiers invaded the West Bank village of Bil’in at 2:30am on Monday morning, raiding houses and eventually abducting two teenage boys. According to Iyad Burnat of the village’s Popular Committee, local and international ...

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Naomi Klein in Bil’in: boycott Israel

Mondoweiss 26 June 2009 Naomi Klein visited the West Bank village of Bil’in today to voice her support for the weekly demonstrations against the Separation Wall, and to reiterate her support for boycotting Israel. Her visit it timed with the ...

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Author Naomi Klein calls for boycott of Israel

AFP 26 June 2009 Bestselling author Naomi Klein on Friday took her call for a boycott of Israel to the occupied West Bank village of Bilin, where she witnessed Israeli forces clashing with protesters. “It’s a boycott of Israeli institutions, ...

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