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Night raids and arrests continue in Burin

By Alma Reventos 25 August 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank On Thursday August 23, Mumen Mahmoud Raja, 18, was arrested at his home by Israeli occupation forces at 2:30 a.m. Around 2 a.m., some 60 Israeli forces invaded ...

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Concern mounts for three remaining hunger strikers

30 July 2012 | Addameer, Al Haq, PHR-Israel Addameer Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association, Al-Haq and Physicians for Human Rights-Israel (PHR-IL) are gravely concerned for the life and health of the three remaining Palestinian hunger strikers held by Israel. ...

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Palestine: Finding the Will to Resist

By Abir Kopty 4 June 2012 | Al-Akhbar English During the latest wave of hunger strikes, many Palestinian movements emerged in support of the strikers’ struggle. It is clear that there is persistent action on the ground, but it is ...

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The war on Palestinian soccer: Free Mahmoud Sarsak

By Ramzy Baroud 4 June 2012 | Press TV: Viewpoints On June 3, Palestinian national soccer team member Mahmoud Sarsak completed 80 days of a grueling hunger-strike. He had sustained the strike despite the fact that nearly 2,000 Palestinian inmates ...

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Occupied Palestine: farce, tragedy, travesty

By Patrick Keddie 20 May 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank The three snapshots below are composed from interviews conducted whilst working for the International Solidarity Movement in the West Bank from September to December 2011. FARCE Rodni Jaber ...

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International strategy for Palestinian prisoners needed

by Joe Catron 2 February 2012 | Al Akhbar English “Any movement that does not support its political internees is a sham movement.” – US political prisoner Ojore Lutalo Political prisoners, their families, and their concerns and causes enjoy massive ...

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