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The New Refugees

By Amira Hass for Haaretz Until Enaya Samara, who has been living in forced exile for the past eight months returns to her village near Ramallah, and until Someida Abbas, who was banished from his home 10 months ago accompanies ...

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Announcements of Israeli Change of Policy Unfounded in Reality

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE by the campaign for the Right of Entry Despite assurances relayed by American and European diplomats, foreign passport holders trying to join their families in the Israeli occupied Palestinian territory (oPt), including Bethlehem, for the holidays are ...

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Palestinian families separated by Israel take action

Campaign for the Right of Entry/Re-Entry to the Occupied Palestinian Territory : Hundreds Of Foreign Nationals Meet To Consider Legal Action Against Israel For Denying Them Access To West Bank And Gaza (Al-Bireh, Occupied Palestine – November 28, 2006) – ...

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Israel issues final visas, splitting families

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE by the Campaign for the Right of Entry All foreign passports belonging to spouses and children of Palestinian ID-holders who had applied for visa extensions have recently been marked as “last permit” by the Israeli authorities. One ...

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