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Are you listening, President Barack Obama?

Stanley Heller | New Haven Register 26 March 2009 How much violence against Americans overseas will U.S. accept? Here’s a riddle. When is an American not an American? Answer: When he or she opposes crimes committed by Israel. Tristan Anderson ...

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Solidarity demonstration in Ni’lin

Tristan Anderson, a 38 year old American citizen, was critically injured during a demonstration in the village of Ni’lin after being shot in the head with a tear-gas canister from Israeli forces. Being unable to visit Tristan in the hospital ...

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The Nation: Palestinian Revolution?

Roane Carey | The Nation On Friday I went to the anti-separation wall demo in Ni’lin in the West Bank, the same village where International Solidarity Movement activist Tristan Anderson was critically wounded last week. Several hundred villagers were accompanied ...

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Security forces use tear-gas canisters as weapons

B’Tselem 18 March 2009 B’Tselem today requested the judge advocate general, Brig. Gen. Avichai Mandelblit, to immediately clarify to security forces in the Occupied Territories that it is absolutely forbidden to aim tear-gas canisters, including extended-range type canisters, directly at ...

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6 Years Later: Remembering Rachel Corrie

On this day six years ago, Rachel Corrie was killed by Israeli soldiers in Rafah, Gaza. By now the story is well known: Rachel, standing in front of the home of a doctor and his family in hopes of preventing ...

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