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Two Brothers Resistance To The Occupation Of Tel Rumeida

By Team Khalil 15 February 2013 | International Solidarity Movement, Hebron, Occupied Palestine Two brothers, Hani and Hashem Al Azzeh, who have had enough of the harassment they face on a daily basis from the Israeli occupation forces and settlers, ...

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Families home destroyed for the second time in a year

by Team Khalil 11 February 2013 | International Solidarity Movement, West Hebron Hills, Occupied Palestine Israeli occupation forces demolished a home near Idna, without warning or having issued a demolition order. The Family had their house destroyed one year ago. ...

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Freedom for Jalaal

By Anna Conroy 18 September | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank On Saturday 15th September a group of four internationals from ISM joined the Daraghmah family at their home in al Luban to celebrate son Jalaal’s release from prison. Thanks ...

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Rachel Corrie: Blaming the victim

Attorney Hussein Abu Hussein, who represented Rachel Corrie’s family in its suit against Israel, says they knew from the beginning that it would be an uphill battle to find truth and justice in an Israeli court. By Hussein Abu Hussein ...

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ISM’s response to the Rachel Corrie verdict

Rachel Corrie on March 16, 2003

The International Solidarity Movement (ISM) is deeply concerned by the verdict of Judge Oded Gershon that absolved Israel’s military and state of the 2003 murder of American ISM activist Rachel Corrie. Rachel was crushed to death by an Israeli army ...

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Ethnic cleansing on the road to an Israeli colony

By Marshall Pinkerton 15 August 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank For the past four years, Khalid al-Sanih Daraghmah and his family have faced regular attacks by Israeli settlers at their home in Khan, 2 kilometers south of the ...

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