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Thousands march to end settlements in Hebron

24 February 2012 | Youth Against Settlements The “Youth Against Settlements” movement marked the 18 year anniversary of the Ibrahimi Mosque Massacre with a peaceful march, as part of Apartheid Week in Palestine, demonstrating through the streets of Hebron, violently ...

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Military radio targets protesters for future arrests

24 February 2012 | Israeli Military Radio- Online Shuhada Street in Hebron today may become the scene of a confrontation, as hundreds of left-wing Jews and Arabs are expected to march there to protest the closure of Shuhada Street from Palestinians. Police and army will attempt to keep order. At 12:00 today (Friday) hundreds of leftists, anarchists and Palestinians are expected to arrive  in Hebron, walk along Shuhada ...

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Settler Violence: Broken Glass on Shuhada Street

by Silvia 21 February 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank Five years ago Abed Seder’s wife, Kefah, was shot five times in the chest by Israeli soldiers as she went onto her roof to check her water tank. She ...

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The massacre of 1929 and the War of Narratives

by Aaron  21 February 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank If you ask an Israeli settler in or around Al-Khalil (Hebron) what calls them to live on contested land, most will speak to a religious connection to the city ...

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