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Open The Zone: personal accounts

Saturday, May 28th (Mufeed Sharabati) Mufeed Sharabati, 50-years, Shuahda Street resident compares living in the closed military zone (CMZ) with prison – just worse: “Life here is even worse than being in jail. A prisoner knows when his sentence is ...

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Open The Zone: Palestinians are people – not numbers

3rd May 2016 | Open The Zone Campaign: International Solidarity Movement & Youth Against Settlements | Hebron, occupied Palestine *******UPDATE 20th May 2016******* The closed military zone order has officially been ‘lifted’ – many restrictions and discrimination remain. ******* 3rd ...

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Imad Abu Shamsiya: A lifetime of resistance

1st May 2016 | International Solidarity Movement, al-Khalil Team | Hebron, occupied Palestine On the morning of the 24th of March around 8:30 am two Palestinian youths, Ramzi Aziz al-Qasrawi, 21, and Abed al-Fattah Yusri al-Sharif, also 21, were shot ...

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Israeli forces attack weekly protests in the West Bank

2nd May 2016 | International Solidarity Movement, al-Khalil team | Deir Istiya, Kafr Qaddum, Ni’lin; occupied Palestine Last week, as every week, Israeli forces attacked demonstrations in the West Bank against the illegal Israeli land-theft, the apartheid-wall and illegal Israeli ...

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Palestinian youth intentionally run over in Hebron

22st April 2016 | International Solidarity Movement, al-Khalil team | Hebron, occupied Palestine On the afternoon of 21st April 2016, an Israeli settler ran down a Palestinian youth with his car, causing critical injuries, near the Ibrahimi mosque in occupied al-Khalil ...

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Sami Janazreh enters 46th day of hunger strike

17th April 2016 | International Solidarity Movement, Al-Khalil Team | Hebron, occupied Palestine Today volunteers from ISM attended a demonstration in Al-Khalil for Prisoners’ Day. Once the main demonstration had ended in the city a group of young Palestinians invited ...

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