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The Guardian: My son lived a worthwhile life

My son lived a worthwhile life from The Guardian March 26, 2007 ‘My son lived a worthwhile life’ In April 2003, 21-year old Tom Hurndall was shot in the head in Gaza by an Israeli soldier as he tried to ...

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JPost: “UK downplays Gaza damages bid”

by George Conger, London. Jerusalem Post, May 27, 2006 Anthony and Jocelyn Hurndall, parents of Tom Hurndall, arrive at St. Pancras coroner’s court, London for an inquest into their son’s death in Gaza. Photo: Associated Press Spokesmen for Britain’s Attorney-General ...

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Calls for UK to act over Britons shot dead in Gaza

From The Guardian The attorney general was last night called on to seek war crimes charges against five Israeli officers after an inquest jury found that a soldier under their command intentionally killed a British peace activist in Gaza. Tom ...

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British peace activist was ‘intentionally killed’

From Guardian Unlimited Monday April 10, 2006 A jury has ruled that a British activist shot while acting as a human shield in the Gaza Strip was “intentionally killed”. Tom Hurndall, from north London, was wearing an orange jacket to ...

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The battle for justice is not over

Originally published in the Hampstead & Highgate Express Sitting in her living room nearly two and a half years after the shooting of her son Tom, Jocelyn Hurndall remains defiant. The sentencing of a soldier in the Israeli Defence Force ...

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Rachel Corrie: Answers needed

The family of English peace activist Tom Hurndall is experiencing the cold comfort of justice at last. Hurndall, 22, was shot in the head by an Israeli sniper in Rafah about two years ago while moving Palestinian children out of ...

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