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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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They punish the village by stealing our children

Qusin, September 24th 2007. After reports of reprisals by IOF against the peaceful inhabitants of Qusin, two ISM activists visited the village today to receive first hand accounts of the harassment the villagers have received. After a non-violent and successful ...

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Planting trees next to the fallen

In the second week of September international peace activists and local volunteers joined together to plant trees in the Nablus region. The trees were received at request from the Ministry of Agriculture, and began to be planted in three days ...

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Five children targetted after non-violent demonstration

Today, the 21st September, on the outskirts of Nablus at Qusin village, a demonstration against their roadblock took place. The roadblock makes a simple five minute journey to Sarra a minimum one hour ordeal through Beit Eva checkpoint. Similarly the ...

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Army Incursion in Al Ayn refugee camp, Nablus.

Tuesday, September 18th: Video from Nablus TV: Israeli occupation forces (IOF) assaulted Al Ayn refugee camp in Nablus. The IOF attacked the camp and were met with fierce resistance from inside the camp. One soldier and one resistance fighter was ...

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Qusin Demo Video and Report

Saturday, September 15th, at 12pm, international and Israeli activists joined Palestinian activists and villagers in the village of Qusin to protest the system of control imposed upon them by the Israeli army. The region has seen a rise in demonstrations ...

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