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Tom Hurndal, RIP

12 January 2013 | International Solidarity Movement Tom was 21 years old when he was shot. A photography student, he had left the UK to volunteer as a ‘human shield’ in Iraq. Here he heard about the ISM, one of ...

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Gazan farmers at work in Khuza’a

by Joshua Brollier 10 December 2012 |  Besieged Gaza strip, Khuza’a Today, Gazan farmers from Khuza’a, a small village near Khan Younis, worked on their land in defiance of Israeli military harassment. Farmers ploughed approximately seven dunams and then sowed ...

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The Al Dalu family. Never forget.

by Rosa Schiano 4 December 2012 | il Blog di Olivia On 18 November 2012, on the fifth day of the Israeli military offensive “Pillar of Defence” against Gaza, a war bulletin reported 72 people killed, including 19 children, 670 ...

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One Voice in Gaza: normalization at its best!

5 December 2012 | The One Democratic State Group, Besieged Gaza, Occupied Palestine It has come to our knowledge that One Voice, “an international grassroots movement that amplifies the voice of mainstream Israelis and Palestinians, empowering them to propel their ...

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