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Oppose the state, not the people

Yotam Feldman | Ha’aretz 2 July 2009 Ramallah’s intellectual elite, foreigners and curious spectators gathered last Saturday at the Friends School in Ramallah to hear writer and political activist Naomi Klein lecture to a packed auditorium. Following a musical interlude ...

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Lawsuit brings murky West Bank land deals to light

Amy Teibel | The Associated Press 21 June 2009 It reads like a standard real estate contract between a Zionist institution and an Israeli couple. But it offers a rare glimpse into the bureaucratic smoke screen that helps ensure a ...

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Veolia likely to abandon rail project

Abbas Al Lawati | Gulf News 9 June 2009 Dubai: One of the two transport companies facing a lawsuit in France for their involvement in a controversial Israeli rail project in occupied East Jerusalem has reportedly planned to withdraw from ...

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