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Army Invades three Tulkarem towns

30 April 2012 | IMEMC Israeli soldiers invaded on Sunday the towns of Dir al-Ghsoun, Bal’a and Shewika, near the northern West Bank city of Tulkarem, installed several roadblocks and inspected the ID cards of dozens of residents. Israeli soldiers ...

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“I live today, but I am afraid of tomorrow”

Jody McIntyre and Sema Onbus | The Electronic Intifada 29 December 2009 The following is former Palestinian political prisoner Sema Onbus’s story as told to The Electronic Intifada contributor Jody McIntyre: My name is Sema Onbus. I am 37 years ...

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IDF uses ‘two-two bullets’ in Ni’ilin clash

The Jerusalem Post 15 November 2009 IDF troops used ammunition equivalent to live bullets against protesters at Ni’ilin on Friday, where a weekly protest by Palestinians and left-wing activists from Israel and abroad is held against the West Bank security ...

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10-year-old Palestinian boy jailed for 11 hours

Ali Waked | YNet News 15 November 2009 Hussam Faisal Muhana, 10, heeded the calls made on Saturday over the loudspeakers throughout his village of Deir al-Ghusun near Tulkarem encouraging residents to participate in a demonstration against the separation fence. ...

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