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L.A. Times: In West Bank, a risky quest for peace

Ruth Morris | Los Angeles Times Activists’ use of human shields is questioned after two members are killed by Israeli forces. TULKARM, West Bank – Wearing sandals and amber-colored earrings in a region where soldiers don bulletproof vests, Radhika Sainath ...

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CNN: Israeli bulldozer kills American protester

RAFAH, Gaza (CNN) — An Israeli bulldozer killed an American woman Sunday who had been protesting its use to destroy Palestinian houses in Rafah. The woman, Rachel Corrie, 23, of Olympia, Washington, was taken to a hospital, where she died ...

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ISM statement on the killing of Rachel Corrie

OVERVIEW AND BACKGROUND Our friend and fellow activist for peace, Rachel Corrie, was murdered on Sunday March 16, when she was purposely run over by an Israeli-driven, US-made (Caterpillar D9) bulldozer, while trying to prevent a Palestinian civilian home from ...

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Haaretz: American peace activist killed by army bulldozer in Rafah

By Haaretz Staff IDF expresses ‘regret’; State Department ‘assessing’ reports A 23-year-old American woman, Rachel Corrie, a college student from Olympia, Washington who belonged to the International Solidarity Movement in the territories, was killed yesterday by an IDF bulldozer during ...

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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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