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Ha’aretz: He simply had a mom and dad

By Yossi Sarid www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/596844.html By its very nature, an army is not designed to issue justice. As we know, an army marches on its stomach, and a stomach is capable of digesting injustice as well; it is not necessarily guided ...

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On the spot: Tom Hurndall verdict

Stephen Farrell Middle East Correspondent of The Times, says that it seems unlikely the Israeli Government or military will learn any lessons from today’s guilty verdicts in the killing of British peace activist Tom Hurndall. “Mr Hurndall’s father Anthony stood ...

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Hurndalls’ fight for justice goes on

Family of young activist look higher up chain of command after Israeli soldier convicted of killing Chris McGreal in Jerusalem The Guardian For Tom Hurndall’s parents, the real criminal is not the Israeli soldier convicted yesterday of shooting their son ...

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Verdict on Killing of Tom Hurndall – ISM London

Regardless of the outcome of today’s verdict on the killing of Tom Hurndall, the International Solidarity Movement, London maintains that justice cannot been served while the culture of impunity in the Israeli army remains intact. Tom was one of hundreds ...

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Who Killed Tom Hurndall? ISM London action in Camden

On the day that the verdict was given in Israel on the killer of Camden resident Tom Hurndall, ISM London held a small action pointing out that systematic Israeli government/military policy is responsible for the deaths of thousands of civilians ...

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Guardian Obituary: Tom Hurndall

An aspiring photojournalist and committed peace activist By Carl Arrindell Originally published in The Guardian In the spring of 2002, Tom Hurndall made a journey around Europe, which then took him on to Egypt and Jordan. He was young, a ...

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