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The story of Sima – Female Political Prisoner

Sima is a 35 year old Palestinian woman who was released approximately four months ago following two and a half years in an underground Israeli jail. She has four young children who were left without any parents during her stay ...

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Palestinian Farmer killed in Tulkarem

For Immediate Release 14 June The Israeli army is currently invading the village of Saida, in the Tulkarem district of the West Bank. According to local sources, Israeli special forces were occupying an old, abandoned Palestinian house in the center ...

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The olive doesn’t fall far from the tree

by Joey Weinberg Photos by Pippi Lundgrensen Today (Thursday, Nov 16) is definitely a good day to pick some olives; in fact, with the heavy rain from yesterday, it is even better that we are doing this as soon as ...

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The Sounds of War: Israeli incursion into Tulkarem

by Bill Dienst MD, November 3rd 04:15 – The roosters start crowing. The minarets start calling the faithful to prayer. I wake up here on the top floor dormitory of the Women’s Center in Tulkarem where I have been staying ...

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Plan for the Olive Harvest Campaign 2006

On the 5th of October a special meeting made up of regional ISM coordinators took place to present their plans for the olive harvest and to make everyone aware of each other’s activities so that better coordination between the regions ...

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The Small Battles

by Daniela, Tuesday 26th September This weekend I attended a small rally in Tulkarem, where Palestinian NGOs were calling for a boycott of Israeli goods. Although the group was small, they were organized and seemed intent to follow through with ...

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