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Tulkarem Farmers in Boycott of Israeli goods

Palestinian traders and farmers will gather in the Tulkarem Refugee Camp on September 20th for a Palestinian goods market, boycotting Israeli products as a statement of resistance against Israel’s ongoing occupation, The Grassroots Palestinian Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign said. The Campaign ...

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Land Day Actions

Since 1976 Land Day is marked by Palestinians on the 30th of March to protest against the grabbing of Palestinian lands by Israel. This year, thousands of Palestinians, along with Israeli and international activists held a series of large-scale peaceful ...

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Soldiers shamed by checkpoint

By Harry Palestine Pal Yesterday there was a demonstration against the wall and checkpoints in Tulkarem. We were at a checkpoint called Jebara where the wall has cut off the village of Jebara and its 500 residents. Obviously 500 people ...

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Tulkarem Protesting Jebara Chekpoint

For Immediate Release A series of nonviolent actions will take place in Tulkarem this week against the dehumanizing checkpoints surrounding Tul Karem as well as the separation barrier that have destroyed the areas economy. The first action will occur at ...

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Nine hours to get home

by Ash August 20, 2005 UPDATE: Last night, five Palestinians were killed by the Israeil Occupation Forces in Tulkarem On the way home yesterday, I was stopped 6 times at Israeli checkpoints traveling from Ramallah to Tulkarem. These were not ...

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A Family from Saida

By L. We met with a family from Saida at the home of one of their relatives. Here, we were filled in on the situation. They recounted that the Israeli army had occupied the house of Sharif Abdul Ghani four ...

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Shop flattening scheduled by illegal expansion

Eight shops next to the Israeli Chemical factory built on land stolen from Tul Karem municipality are scheduled to be destroyed in fourteen days. Built in 1996, and owned by Ali Qasim, the shops have been closed since September 2000 ...

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