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FAQ’s about Tristan Anderson’s condition

Solidarity with Tristan Anderson 24 May 2010 Written by Gabby, his partner, as of 1 May, 2010. Can he talk? Yes, Tristan started talking in early December (shortly after he ripped out his tracheotomy tube). What does he say? Does ...

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Danger: Popular struggle

Amira Hass | Haaretz 23 December 2009 There is an internal document that has not been leaked, or perhaps has not even been written, but all the forces are acting according to its inspiration: the Shin Bet, Israel Defense Forces, ...

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Ni’lin residents demonstrate against the Apartheid Wall

12 June 2009 Approximately 100 Palestinian, Israeli and international solidarity activists gathered today in the village of Nil’in. The atmosphere was charged following last week’s murder of Yousef Akil Srour, and demonstrators were unsure of the force that would meet ...

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Can civil disobedience work if the media stays away?

Bruce Wolman | Mondoweiss 11 June 2009 What if Palestinians turned to non-violent protest and none of the media showed up to cover their actions? President Obama in his Cairo speech insisted the “Palestinians must abandon violence.” He exhorted them ...

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Funeral for Yousef ‘Akil’ Srour held in Ni’lin

6 June 2009 The funeral for Yousef Tzadik ‘Akil’ Srour was held in Ni’lin on Saturday, 6 June 2009. Srour was murdered by Israeli forces on Friday, 5 June 2009, during a demonstration against the construction of the Apartheid Wall ...

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