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IWPS: Palestinian banker detained

Young Haris banker detained by Beth, IWPS, 13 May 2007 When a young Ramallah bank employee returned home to Haris shortly after midnight on May 13, 2007, he was confronted by soldiers who suggested he was driving a stolen car ...

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Resisting the Wall, Commemorating the Catastrophe

Resisting the Wall, Commemorating the Catastrophe by the ISM Media Crew, 13 May 2007 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 13 May 2007 Salfit, West Bank– Tomorrow, Palestinians will be joined by international and Israeli solidarity activists in the Salfit to protest Israel’s ...

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59 Years Ago: Deir Yassin

Remembering Deir Yassin by Anna Baltzer, 1 May 2007 Um El Fahim town in present-day Israel, home to 48,000 Palestinian citizens of Israel, mostly internal refugees denied services equal to Jews or the right to return to their homes. 59 ...

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Prelude to the Third Intifada?

Prelude to the Third Intifada? by Anna Baltzer, 30 April 2007 Atara Checkpoint in early April: Passover—the Jewish holiday celebrating freedom from oppression—is accompanied by tightening restrictions on Palestinians in the West Bank, resulting in checkpoint waits of many hours. ...

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Sewage Tsunami & Strangulation in Gaza

Sewage Tsunami & Strangulation in Gaza by Anna Baltzer, 6 April 2007 One week ago, the walls of an overused cesspool in northern Gaza collapsed, flooding a nearby Bedouin village with up to two meters of raw sewage. At least ...

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Tragic, but not enough to mention

The Untold Stories: Tragic, but Not Enough to Mention by Anna in Palestine Today I visited my friend Dawud in Kufr ‘Ain for the first time since he lost his six-month-old baby at Atara Checkpoint. It was heartbreaking to hear ...

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