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“We are still here”

by the ISM media team, March 13th This was the message from the IOF commander of Jenin district to students from Zababda village south of Jenin when 15 students from the Arab American University and 6 students from the local ...

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M’riha – A Saga of Expulsion and Dispossession

by Stop the Wall, February 16th M’riha, a Bedouin community west of Jenin, came under attack on Thursday 15th February by Occupation Forces who destroyed four sheep farms under the pretext of the community lacking necessary “building permits”. Occupation Soldiers, ...

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Again/Still

by Amy, February 1st It’s my third time visiting Palestine, and not much is different. I was just commenting to my co-volunteers on how I’ve already written about such and such issue, I can’t do it again… but my housemate ...

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Brian Avery Petition Successful

by Peter The Israeli Supreme Court allowed Brian Avery’s petition for a criminal investigation to be opened into his shooting in Jenin in April 2003. The IOF has until now refused to investigate the shooting. The court gave the IOF ...

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TOMORROW: Brian Avery Shooting Investigation Appeal

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE On Wednesday, September 20, Israeli attorney Michael Sfard will again apply to the Israeli Supreme Court in Jerusalem demanding that the Israeli military open an investigation into the circumstances of the shooting of Brian Avery in Jenin ...

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Israeli Army Destroying Olive Trees in Jenin

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 29th, 2006 in the town of Zububa in the Jenin region, Israeli soldiers are currently destroying large swaths of Palestinian olive groves. The attacks began around 7:00 in the morning with American-made Caterpillar armoured bulldozers, and ...

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Harrasing students in Jenin

by Ash Early in the morning, I left home with my friends going toward my university (the Arab American University). It’s about 40 minutes from my village. On the way, each one of us told our own story about the ...

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