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Freedom Rides to Jerusalem

by Anne Paq 17 November 2011 | Chroniques de Palestine On the 15th of November, Palestinian activists from the West Bank boarded a segregated Israeli bus used by Israeli settlers to Jerusalem in an attempt to highlight the regime of ...

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A visual chronology of the Freedom Rides

by Dena Elian 16 November 2011 | Sixteen Minutes to Palestine On November 15, 2011, six Palestinian Freedom Riders boarded a settler-only bus traveling to occupied East Jerusalem to openly challenge Israel’s apartheid policies towards Palestinians and its minority populations. ...

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Freedom Riders: “I felt like I was witnessing history”

by Ben Lorber  15 November 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank Earlier today, 7 Palestinian activists were arrested as part of the Freedom Rides attempt to board segregated buses going from the West Bank into occupied East Jerusalem. Palestinians, ...

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Act Now: Rafah border crossing closed for 6 days

5 November 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, Gaza Only hours after activists from popular committees and youth movements throughout the West Bank formally presented the Egyptian ambassador, His Excellency Yasser Othman, with an appeal and a petition to open the Rafah crossing unconditionally and permanently, ...

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Day 6: DCO overrules Qordoba school

18 October 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank On 18th October 2011 teachers from Qordoba school stood in protest at checkpoint 56 for a sixth day of resistance against the increased ‘security’ measures imposed upon them by the Israeli ...

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