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Army renews use of live ammunition against demonstrators

B’Tselem 26 November 2009 On Friday, 13 November, soldiers were documented firing 22-caliber bullets at demonstrators during the weekly demonstration against the Separation Barrier in Ni’lin. The shots were fired a few dozen meters from the targets, and lightly wounded ...

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Hugo Chávez accuses Israel of genocide

Rory McCarthy | The Guardian 9 September 2009 Hugo Chávez, the Venezuelan president, has accused Israel of genocide against the Palestinians, saying the offensive in Gaza early this year was unprovoked. “The question is not whether the Israelis want to ...

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Settler stabs B’Tselem worker in Susiya

B’Tselem 10 August 2009 This morning [Monday, 10 August], at about 7:30, I heard voices and shouting coming from the direction of the wadi near our village, Khirbet Susiya. I got up and took my stills camera and ran toward ...

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August 2009: night arrests in Bil’in

B’Tselem 18 August 2009 Since June, armed forces have been entering the village of Bil’in at night and arresting residents. The soldiers arrive at the village, which lies west of Ramallah, with Israel Security Agency agents holding lists of persons ...

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