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State to reinvestigate wounding of U.S. activist

Cnaan Liphshiz | Ha’aretz 12 March 2010 The state this week agreed to reinvestigate the 2009 near-fatal wounding of American pro-Palestinian protester Tristan Anderson in the West Bank, after his lawyer complained that the discontinued probe of the case was ...

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Israel: end crackdown on Anti-Wall activists

Human Rights Watch 5 March 2010 Israel should immediately end its arbitrary detention of Palestinians protesting the separation barrier, Human Rights Watch said today. Israel is building most of the barrier inside the West Bank rather than along the Green ...

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Ni’lin Wards Off IOF Invasion

International Solidarity Movement 26 February 2010 Nearly 100 youth of Ni’lin were tear gassed and shot at with rubber-coated steel bullets as the IDF attempted to invade their village. Near the edge of the village, the soldiers scaled a house ...

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Israel signals tougher line on West Bank protests

Isabel Kershner | The New York Times 28 January 2010 Apparently concerned that the protests could spread, the Israeli Army and security forces have recently begun clamping down, arresting scores of local organizers and activists here and conducting nighttime raids ...

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