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My Husband: Jailed for Protesting Israel’s Wall

Majida Abu Rahmah | Huffington Post 4 January 2010 On International Human Rights Day in last year, my husband Abdallah Abu Rahmah was in Berlin receiving a medal from the World Association for Human Rights. This year on the same ...

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A call from Gaza

20 December 2009 This week marks one year since Israel began its attack on the Gaza Strip: a year since phosphorus bombs, dime bombs and other weapons of death and destruction were unleashed on a defenseless civilian population. A year ...

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Gaza must be rebuilt now

Jimmy Carter | The Guardian 19 December 2009 It is generally recognised that the Middle East peace process is in the doldrums, almost moribund. Israeli settlement expansion within Palestine continues, and PLO leaders refuse to join in renewed peace talks ...

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The Elders’ view of the Middle East

Jimmy Carter | The Washington Post 6 September 2009 During the past 16 months I have visited the Middle East four times and met with leaders in Israel, Egypt, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria, the West Bank and Gaza. I ...

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In village, Palestinians see model for their cause

Ethan Bronner | The New York Times 27 August 2009 Every Friday for the past four and a half years, several hundred demonstrators — Palestinian villagers, foreign volunteers and Israeli activists — have walked in unison to the Israeli barrier ...

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