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From Nablus to Yanoun

by Aron Yesterday I returned from the village of Yanoun, which is Southeast of Nablus. The village is split into upper and lower, separated by a 1/2 km dirt road. The total population of the village is about 97, mainly ...

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Increased targeting of International Solidarity Movement

In this article Michael Shaik, Media Coordinator of the International Solidarity Movement writes about two recent events with direct bearing on Israel’s murder of Rachel Corrie. On 14 February 2002 the ISM faced two almost simultaneous crisis in Rafah and ...

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Captain, Please Use The Door!

by Robin All around the Old City of Nablus, the operations are taking place. Large groups of heavily armed soldiers with their involuntary human shields, dart around corners and down alleys. The phone rings continuously with yet more reports of ...

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Susan Barclay says thank you to supporters

Susan issued the following statement today: I just wanted to write a very quick note to let people know that I am indeed fre’ and beyond happy. I just wanted to say an immediat’ incredibly sincere THANK YOU to all ...

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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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Human Rights Abuses & Looting in Nablus

David Watson Two ISM activists from the USA heard horrifying reports from residents regarding human rights abuses in Nablus as Israeli Occupying Forces continued their offensive on the old city. The house of Mr. Ayman Badia Abdul Hadi received a ...

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Palestinian Bingo

by Linda Bevis On Dec. 23, several ISM members visited the area where the Israeli forces (IDF) had blocked the road joining the city of Nablus with three outlying villages: Azmut, Salem, and Deir al-Khatab. Besides blocking at least two ...

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Cracking Bullets, Whizzing Bullets

by Ed Mast When bullets are fired from two hundred yards away, they make several different sounds. There is always the reverberating report of the weapon being fired. Sometimes there is a buzzing whizz if the bullet passes close enough. ...

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