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Letter from an Israeli Jail

The following was scribbled on a piece of paper by Tarek and passed to Huwaida via a lawyer during court proceedings for the deportation of 8 international peace activists on July 17, 2003. The hunger protest referred to was begun ...

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Four International Solidarity Movement Workers Arrested

[Arrabony, Jenin Region, Occupied Palestine] Four international volunteers with the International Solidarity Movement were arrested today while maintaining a presence at the peace camp set up by Arrabony villagers and the ISM to protest the confiscation of Palestinian land for ...

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L.A. Times: In West Bank, a risky quest for peace

Ruth Morris | Los Angeles Times Activists’ use of human shields is questioned after two members are killed by Israeli forces. TULKARM, West Bank – Wearing sandals and amber-colored earrings in a region where soldiers don bulletproof vests, Radhika Sainath ...

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International Solidarity Movement activist seriously injured in Jenin

Palestine Red Crescent Society Press Release http://www.palestinercs.org/pressreleases/PR050403WBRR.htm Jenin – (5 April 2003): At approximately 7:23 pm, PRCS Emergency Medical Services (EMS) received a call to respond to an injured person near the town’s main square. Within several minutes a PRCS ...

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Guardian: Foreigners bring in the harvest and the wounded

by Chris McGreal Originally published in The Gaurdian Among the most active groups organising foreign volunteers in the Palestinian territories is the International Solidarity Movement, which brings hundreds to the region every year. They have worked alongside Palestinians harvesting olives ...

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