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No Attempt to Kidnap Rachel Corrie’s Parents

From The Olympia-Rafah Sister City Project NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 4, 2006 News reports stating that the parents of slain American human rights activist Rachel Corrie were the intended targets of an attempted kidnapping Wednesday in Gaza are ...

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IWPS: “I am getting tired of occupation now.”

Marisol’s Blog Originally published by the International Women’s Peace Service On the second day of the bombing in Gaza, Mahmoud Al Zahar, a leader from Hamas, made a call to end rocket attacks on israelis. Even so, israel has continued ...

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Gaza occupation continues after disengagement

From the CNI Foundation The Israeli settlers have left, but the siege of Palestinian towns and villages in Gaza that lie near the old settlements continues unabated, according the latest report of the Palestinian Center for Human Rights. The Israeli ...

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All Eyes On Gaza Disengagement

What May Come After the Evacuation of Jewish Settlers from the Gaza Strip? A Warning from Israel By Uri Davis, Ilan Pappe, and Tamar Yaron We feel that it is urgent and necessary to raise the alarm regarding what may ...

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Letters from Rafah

Written by K and M Special greetings again from Rafah. There is just no way to describe life here at the southern end of the Gaza Strip. We are the only International people in all of Rafah and the news ...

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Occupational Hazards

To my friends, I have been in Rafah now for two weeks, and it is still very hard for me to communicate to the outside world what I am seeing here. It’s hard to explain the feelings, tastes, and smells ...

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Weddings and Martyrs

Friends, I am sorry my reports have been slow. Sometimes it is so hard to find the words to write about the things that I see everyday in Rafah. In the last two weeks there have been seven assasinations in ...

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