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Why Israel imprisoned my best friend

2 September 2010 | Mohammed Khatib, The Electronic Intifada When I was a boy I was still allowed to travel in Israel. I went to the beach and swam in the sea, something that most Palestinian children living in the ...

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Path of the Wall in Bil’in to Be Moved

Popular Struggle Co-ordination Committee 11 February 2010 Two and a half years after an Israeli Supreme Court decision deeming the path of the Wall on the lands of Bil’in illegal, preliminary infrastructure work to reroute the barrier in accordance with ...

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Despite increased repression, a victory

For Immediate Release: Legal challenges are an important battle field in non-violent resistance because often the occupation is forced to change their policies when these are held up to scrutiny. Court cases such as the one below as can determine ...

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Palestine’s peaceful struggle

Mohammed Khatib | The Nation 11 September 2009 A few weeks ago, in the dead of night, dozens of Israeli soldiers with painted faces burst violently into my home. If only they had knocked, I would have opened the door. ...

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