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Israeli actors to boycott new West Bank theatre

29 August 2010 | The Guardian 60 actors, writers and directors argue that performing in occupied territories would legitimize illegal settlements Dozens of Israeli actors, playwrights and directors have signed a letter refusing to take part in productions by leading ...

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Izbet Tabib under threat

24 August 2010 | ISM Media In the small village of Izbet Tabib near Qalqiliya in the north of the West Bank, 27 of the 55 houses have received eviction orders from Israeli authorities. Located in Area C (following the ...

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Dark days in Al Buwayra: a week of settler attacks

Al Buwayra is a small village located on the outskirts of Hebron, with about 560 inhabitants. Most people are farmers, growing grapes and vegetables to support themselves. The situation in the village is critical, and villagers are repeatedly being attacked ...

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Grapes withering on the vine

International Solidarity Movement 17 May 2010 Souad lives in the beautiful village of Safa, south west of Bethlehem, close by the path of the apartheid wall. From her house in the village it is only a short walk to her ...

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Nakba Day observations span West Bank

International Solidarity Movement 16th May 2010 Al Ma’asara: ‘Culture is Resistance’ The village of Al Ma’asara, near Bethlehem, held a Palestinian cultural festival on Friday to mark the 62nd anniversary of the Nakba. Palestinian music, dance and poetry were all ...

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Palestinian Youth Shot Dead East of Ramallah

Popular Struggle Coordination Committee 14 May 2010 Aysar Yasser alZaben, 16 years old, was shot in his back yesterday evening in his family’s lands in Mazra’a alSharqia, east of Ramallah, apparently by a settler. Aysar alZaben’s body was found in ...

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