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The concept of civil resistance

Natalie Abou Shakra | Moments of Gaza 31 March 2009 How can I affect what is happening and how can the world respond? The concept of civil resistance is not new at all. This non-violent, unarmed, citizen oriented strategy of ...

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Free Gaza Movement: Hope Fleet to Gaza

Free Gaza Movement 30 March 2009 The Free Gaza Movement will again challenge Israel’s illegal closure of the Gaza Strip and collective punishment of its civilian population by sailing the HOPE FLEET, a flotilla of passenger and cargo ships, to ...

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Aftermath: ‘the only BMW shop in Gaza’

Palestinian Center for Human Rights 29 March 2009 In this new series of personal testimonies, PCHR looks at the aftermath of Israel’s 22 day offensive on the Gaza Strip, and the ongoing impact it is having on the civilian population. ...

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Gazan fishermen abducted by Israeli forces

ISM Gaza 29 March 2009 Since Friday 13th March 2009, 16 fishermen from the Gaza Strip have been abducted by the Israeli Navy. 12 were abducted while fishing off the coast of Beit Lahia; Zaki Mostafa Tarowsh, 44; Ismaeen Zaki ...

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22 days to lift the siege on Gaza

In 22 days, the Israeli military invaded Gaza and left death and destruction in its wake. In 22 days, we will focus on lifting the blockade of Gaza by pressuring Egypt and Israel to open the borders. With participants from ...

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