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Wa’el al Faqeeh released from Israeli prison

UPDATE | 17 November 2010: Wa’el al-Faqeeh was released from Israeli prison today and is back in his Nablus home. The International Solidarity Movement strongly condemned his arrest, which marked an escalation in Israeli targeting of Palestinian popular resistance leaders. ...

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Palestine: Israeli crackdown exposes its aims

Bridget Chappell | GreenLeft 27 May 2010 Israel has exposed the extent of its crackdown on resistance to its occupation in an affidavit submitted to the Supreme Court on April 29. It claimed the Israeli Shin Bet intelligence agency has ...

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Free Wa’el Al-Faqeeh

15 January 2010 On the night of December 9th 2009, over 200 Israeli soldiers entered the northern West Bank city of Nablus. Their mission: to round up local grassroots activists, whose promotion of popular struggle Israel had no answer for. ...

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Breaking Palestine’s peaceful protest

Neve Gordon | The Guardian 23 December 2009 Palestinians have a long history of nonviolent resistance but Israel has continuously deployed methods to destroy it “Why,” I have often been asked, “haven’t the Palestinians established a peace movement like the ...

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