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New Settlement Puts Pressure on Jerusalem Palestinians

by Jon Elmer The New Standard Situated on a hill overlooking the Old City of Jerusalem, the new Israeli housing development looks like it could be an upscale planned community in suburban North America: a billboard solicits buyers for “phase ...

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Is this a real move to peace?

by K. Flo Razowsky Originally in The Minneapolis Star Tribune According to the international media, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s disengagement from the Gaza Strip is an unprecedented move toward peace. The situation on the ground demands further inspection. Daily, ...

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Fact Sheet: The Smokescreen of the Gaza Disengagement

An International Solidarity Movement Fact sheet With the deluge of coverage about Israel’s “disengagement” from Gaza, it’s easy to be lulled into the idea that the “road map” to peace in the region is moving ahead and that the occupation ...

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