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Israeli army build earth-mound “by mistake”

On the afternoon of the 5th July, the Israeli army built an earth mound blocking the only entrance to the village of At Tawamin in the southern hills of Hebron. Just in time international and Israeli activists showed up whereupon ...

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PSP: Israeli army attack funeral in Beit Ummar

To view original report by the Palestine Solidarity Project click here The Israeli military has been slowly escalating its intimidation tactics in Beit Ommar in the last three days, often patrolling the streets at sundown, provoking youth by parking outside ...

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Work day on the Jabri family farm in Hebron

On the 20th June, almost 15 internationals and Palestinians joined the Jabri family of Hebron for a mid-morning action on the Jabri family land. The Jabri land is uncomfortably nestled between two particularly notorious Jewish settlements, Kiryat Arba and Givat ...

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The Guardian: Shooting back at the settlers

By Mustafa Qadri To view original article, published by the Guardian on the 18th June, click here Last week the BBC carried video footage of a Jewish settler attack on Palestinian farmers in the West Bank. The attack was filmed ...

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Brutal attack in Susiya

On Monday 9 June six masked Jewish settlers from the nearby outpost of Havat Ya’ir, armed with automatic weapons and cudgels, attacked a small group of Palestinians, mainly women, in their tent village in the Susiya location of the South ...

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Water crisis in Tel Rumeida

Water storage tanks mounted on the roof of every house are a distinctive sight throughout the length and breadth of Palestine. Without a guaranteed source of water, life is not possible in this beautiful, yet arid land. Since 1967, when ...

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