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Israel’s wall still deepening the divide

Ben White | The Guardian 9 July 2009 Five years ago today, the international court of justice in The Hague published its advisory opinion on Israel’s separation wall in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT). The keenly awaited verdict, requested by ...

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No peace from Netanyahu

Laila El-Haddad | The Guardian 16 June 2009 “Eight nos, but nothing new.” This is the reaction I hear over and over again from Palestinian refugees here in Lebanon’s Wavel Refugee Camp, where four generations wait to return to the ...

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Israel pushes out its own people

Dimi Reider | The Guardian 10 June 2009 Whenever Barack Obama speaks of the Middle East these days, there’s one thing that worries “senior Israeli officials” most. “He didn’t say ‘Jewish state’,” they mutter to reporters. “He had all the ...

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The Palestinian village of hope

Matt Kennard and Wilson Dizard | The Guardian 27 May 2009 Ramallah is tired. The feeling you get walking around the streets here is that the Palestinians are weary of the struggle against the incremental destruction of their homeland, happening ...

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