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Video: IDF caught in a lie about Tristan Anderson

by Allison Deger 16 March 2012 | Mondoweiss Following a police investigation that closed with no criminal charges against the Israeli military, new video evidence in Tristan Anderson’s last round for justice—a civil suit—was brought forth, identifying the solider who injured ...

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In Photos: Ni’lin chisels through Zionism

13 March 2012 | by Rune, International Solidarity Movement, West Bank Like every Friday, on March 9th residents of Ni’lin village, west of Ramallah, went to protest the Apartheid wall, which encloses their lands and denies them of basic human ...

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Israeli forces enter Ni’lin with tear gas and ammunition

by  Jenna Bereld 3 December 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank After Friday’s peaceful demonstration in Ni’lin on 2 December, the Israeli military occupation forces entered the village and started following some of the demonstrators. When they caught up, ...

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Proceedings in US national’s civil suit over West Bank injury to begin

13 November 2011 | Popular Struggle Coordination Committee UPDATE: The opening court date has been postponed from 17 November to 24 November 2011. Tristan Anderson, a US National, suffered a life-threatening injury after being shot in the head with a high velocity tear-gas projectile during an anti-Wall demonstration on March 13th, 2009. On 13 March 2009, Israeli Border Police officers shot US activist from California, Tristan Anderson, in the head with a high velocity ...

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