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Ha’aretz: Twilight Zone – The children of 5767

By: Gideon Levy September 28th, 2007 It was a pretty quiet year, relatively speaking. Only 457 Palestinians and 10 Israelis were killed, according to the B’Tselem human rights organization, including the victims of Qassam rockets. Fewer casualties than in many ...

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Ha’aretz: IDF brings peace activist back to Jenin

By Meron Rapaport Early Wednesday morning, a convoy of armored personnel carriers and four Israel Defense Forces jeeps entered Jenin – not an unusual event, but one of the armored jeeps had four very unusual passengers. The four foreigners had ...

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Almost Another Massacre in Jenin

Jenin, September 11th In the early morning hours one of the biggest Israeli invasions since weeks occurred in the refugee camp of Jenin. It was also close to becoming one of the biggest massacres. At around 7:30am this morning, nine ...

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Salamat Sahbi Akram

It was meant to become one of those reports about these surrealities, you probably only can find in Palestine. About the tension of a nightly visit to an internet cafe, which ended up surrounded by security forces. A story about ...

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ISM-Member Akram killed during clashes in Jenin

6th September 2007 Akram Ibrahim Abu Sba’, member of the ISM regional committee Jenin and co-founder of one of ISM’s first permanent presences was killed by members of Islamic Jihad in the north Palestinian city of Jenin. Akram was killed ...

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