Archive | November 6, 2010

Maan News Agency: Hamas: PA gave detainee day release for funeral

    Published today (updated) 06/11/2010 15:37 BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) – Hamas officials in the West Bank said Saturday that PA forces continued to detain the party’s members and affiliates in the region, citing two recent releases as evidence that detentions remained political. With three Hamas affiliates allegedly detained by PA forces overnight, the party statement […]

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Maan News Agency: Erekat: Talks useless without settlement freeze

    CAIRO (DPA) — Top Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat says direct talks with Israel are useless unless a construction freeze on Jewish settlements in the West Bank is renewed, a regional daily reported Saturday. “Yes, we are at the end of the game. It is now the time for decisions. Negotiations are useless. It […]

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Nafha detainees gearing to go on hunger strike next week

[ 06/11/2010 – 10:07 AM ]   GAZA, (PIC)– Palestinian detainees in the Israeli Nafha prison are gearing to go on hunger strike next week in response to rising unfair treatment by the Israel Prison Service (IPS), the “Prisoners’ Supporters” organization in Gaza said, calling on the Red Cross and other rights organizations to intervene […]

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Resheq: Hamas wants to establish higher security committee in W. Bank and Gaza

[ 06/11/2010 – 10:13 AM ]   DAMASCUS, (PIC)– Member of Hamas’s political bureau Ezzat Al-Resheq stated that his Movement is willing to establish a higher security committee to monitor the security policies pursued in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, but this step must be followed by the rebuilding of the Palestinian security […]

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Swedish activists to sue Israeli leaders

[ 06/11/2010 – 09:07 AM ]   LONDON, (PIC)– Swedish activists have decided to sue Israeli leaders for their role in ordering the attack on the Freedom Flotilla aid convoy that was bound to Gaza Strip but was intercepted at sea by Israeli navy forces late last May. Dror Feiler, the spokesman for the Swedish […]

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Mishaal: Obama is unable to fulfill his promises to the Palestinians

[ 06/11/2010 – 08:35 AM ]   DAMASCUS, (PIC)– Head of Hamas’s political bureau Khaled Mishaal stated Friday that the administration of US president Barack Obama, which failed to fulfill its promises to the Palestinian people at the apex of its power, is today more powerless to do anything for them after it lost its […]

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IOF quelling of peaceful march harms tens of Palestinians, foreign activists

[ 06/11/2010 – 07:19 AM ]   RAMALLAH, (PIC)– Tens of Palestinians and a number of foreign solidarity activists suffered breathing difficulties on Friday when the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) fired teargas canisters and stun grenades at them in Bilin and Ma’sara villages’ weekly marches. Local sources reported that participants in both marches in Bilin, […]

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We killed Jesus, we’re proud of it

British film crew threatened by settler in Hebron. Efforts TEL RUMEIDA PROJECT and INTERNATIONAL SOLDARITY MOVEMENT. http://www.telrumeidaproject.org via Source: We killed Jesus, we’re proud of it.

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YouTube – Greek Orthodox Christians in Gaza

Following a meeting in the Vatican, Roman Catholic Bishops have urged Israel to stop displacing Palestinians, saying that religion is not a basis for settlement building. The bishops were attending a summit on the plight of Christians in the Middle East and the statement will strike a chord in Gaza, which has one of the […]

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YouTube – Hidden Histories – Palestine and the Eastern Mediterranean

YouTube – Hidden Histories – Palestine and the Eastern Mediterranean.

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YouTube – Al-Walaja 5 November 2010

The demonstration in Al-Walaja, a village of over 18,000 dunums before 1948. Over 75% of its land and all its buildings were taken in 1948 and the people ethnically cleansed. 10% of the refugees rebuilt their lives in the portion that remained free from occupation before 1967. In 1967, the area was occupied and the […]

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