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Army violently represses Kafr Qaddum demonstration

21th June 2013 | International Women’s Peace Service | Kafr Qaddum , Occupied Palestine On Friday, June 21, the residents of Kafr Qaddum gathered for the weekly demonstration following the Friday prayer. Many residents were prevented from attending the prayer, ...

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IWPS: International human rights volunteers needed in Palestine

4 June 2011 | International Women’s Peace Service The International Women’s Peace Service (IWPS) is a small team of international female human-rights activists in Palestine. We: Provide accompaniment to Palestinian civilians (including farmers during the annual olive harvest), Document and ...

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Several detained in An Nabi Saleh

07 February 2011 | International Women’s Peace Service On Friday, 5 February, approximately 20 international and Israeli activists joined the residents of the village of An Nabi Saleh in the Ramallah district for the village’s regular non-violent demonstration against land ...

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The price of dignity

08 February 2011 | International Women’s Peace Service By Kim Bullimore Currently there are more than 11,000 Palestinian political prisoners locked up in Israel’s jails. This week, I found out that my friend Hasan* (*not his real name) is one ...

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Six injured as settlers attack farmers in Qusra

23 January 2011 | International Women’s Peace Service On January 23, the residents of Qusra organised an action to reclaim village land, which settlers had attempted to confiscate. Four volunteers from IWPS attended, at the request of the village, who asked ...

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IWPS: Israeli forces invade village, abduct youth

International Women’s Peace Service 28 June 2009 At 1:30 a.m. on Sunday, June 28th, the village of Azzun in Qalqiliya governorate was invaded by 120 soldiers looking for a wanted teenager. After entering and ransacking three homes, they entered a ...

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