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Settlers attack Asira al Qibliya

9 September 2009 On Wednesday 9 September 2009 the villages of Urif and Asira al Qibliya south of Nablus, came under attack from settlers from the nearby illegal Yitzhar settlement. At approximately 2pm, 10 settler youth, half of them masked ...

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The Elders’ view of the Middle East

Jimmy Carter | The Washington Post 6 September 2009 During the past 16 months I have visited the Middle East four times and met with leaders in Israel, Egypt, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria, the West Bank and Gaza. I ...

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Ahava drops spokesperson amid public relations fiasco

For Immediate Release: 4 September 2009 A first victory for CODEPINK’s “Stolen Beauty” campaign The Israeli cosmetics company, Ahava, which illegally manufactures and appropriates its products in occupied Palestinian territory, has dropped its spokesperson Kristin Davis amid a public relations ...

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Did Leviev’s empire succumb to boycott?

Alternative Information Center (AIC) 2 September 2009 On 31 August 2009, Lev Leviev, the sixth richest Israeli according to Forbes Magazine, convened a press conference and announced that his company Africa Israel will be unable to meet its financial obligations ...

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Settler stabs B’Tselem worker in Susiya

B’Tselem 10 August 2009 This morning [Monday, 10 August], at about 7:30, I heard voices and shouting coming from the direction of the wadi near our village, Khirbet Susiya. I got up and took my stills camera and ran toward ...

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In village, Palestinians see model for their cause

Ethan Bronner | The New York Times 27 August 2009 Every Friday for the past four and a half years, several hundred demonstrators — Palestinian villagers, foreign volunteers and Israeli activists — have walked in unison to the Israeli barrier ...

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