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Bil’in raided in the night

12 September 2009 Shortly after 2am, the Israeli occupation forces invaded the village of Bil’in from two different directions once again. They raided two houses in an attempt to arrest Mohammed Ahmed Yasseen (age 21), and Yasseen Mohammed Yasseen (age ...

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Palestine’s peaceful struggle

Mohammed Khatib | The Nation 11 September 2009 A few weeks ago, in the dead of night, dozens of Israeli soldiers with painted faces burst violently into my home. If only they had knocked, I would have opened the door. ...

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Why stop with Elbit?

Amira Hass | Ha’aretz 9 September 2009 The question is not why Norway divested from the defense electronics giant Elbit Systems, but why only now, and why only from that company? The country that gave the name of its capital ...

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Israeli forces raid Bil’in

8 September 2009 Shortly after 2:30am, the Israeli occupation forces invaded the village of Bil’in again with five Jeeps and a military truck. They came to arrest Hamaza Burnat (age 16) but he was not at home at the time. ...

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Palestinians protest land seizure

Al Jazeera Hundreds of Palestinian villagers have made a short but symbolic march to the separation wall that Israel has built on their land, a non-violent protests that they regularly undertake. Equally, the protesters, marching from the village of Bilin, ...

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Two photographers hurt in Na’alin protests

Anshel Pfeffer | Ha’aretz 6 September 2009 Two photographers were lightly injured during a demonstration on Friday against the separation fence near the West Bank village of Na’alin. One of the injured was noted Israeli artist David Reeb. The other ...

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Israeli forces raid Bil’in in the night

5 September 2009 Around 2:30am, the Israeli occupation forces invaded Bil’in again. They raided two houses but no arrests were made. They raided the house where Khamse Yaseen (age 16) lives and attempted to arrest him, but he was not ...

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