Archive | January 1, 2011

Hamas condemns Alexandria church bombing

[ 01/01/2011 – 02:49 PM ]   GAZA, (PIC)– Hamas condemned the recent bombing in Alexandria, Egypt, assigning the blame to “hidden hands that do not wish well for Egypt and its people and seek to inflame sectarian strife”. “We learned with deep sorrow news of the Alexandria church bombing that killed more than twenty […]

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Qassem: Dahlan has secrets against PA officials and will not be condemned

[ 01/01/2011 – 02:24 PM ]   NABLUS, (PIC)– Dr. Abdelsattar Qassem, a professor of political science at the Najah university, ruled out that the inquiry committee formed by de facto president Mahmoud Abbas could declare Fatah leader Mohamed Dahlan guilty of corruption charges and attempts to overthrow Abbas. Qassem explained that Dahlan has many […]

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Official source: Egypt will allow Asia aid convoy to cross into Gaza on Sunday

[ 01/01/2011 – 01:52 PM ]   GAZA, (PIC)– The government committee against the siege said the Egyptian authorities will allow Asia aid convoy to cross into the besieged Gaza Strip on Sunday and stay there until next Thursday. An official source from the committee stated that the humanitarian aid of the convoy will be […]

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Qassam Brigades bids farewell to 8 fighters, kills 7 Israelis in 2010

[ 01/01/2011 – 01:50 PM ]   GAZA, (PIC)– The Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas, said its fighters managed to kill seven Israeli soldiers and settlers and wounded seven others during Israeli military attacks and resistance operations in the past year 2010. In a statement issued by its information office, the Brigades added it […]

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Y-NET reporter slurs non-violent movement

Saturday, January 1 2011|Dimi Reider Y-NET reporter slurs non-violent movement There’s lies, damn lies and then there’s the following kind of journalism. As Joseph reports, Jawaher Abu Rahma, who lost her brother Bassam Abu Rahmah to tear gas just 18 months ago, died this morning from tear gas poisoning. The single most important thing about […]

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Palestinian tear gas death is ‘war crime’

Home > Breaking News > World > Story Jan 1, 2011 Palestinian tear gas death is ‘war crime’ A Palestinian protester runs away during heavy rain from tear gas shot by Israeli security forces during clashes at a protest. — PHOTO: REUTERS   RAMALLAH – THE death of a Palestinian woman who inhaled tear gas […]

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News Analysis – Newly Released Documents on Israel’s Nuclear Arsenal-12-31-2010

PressTV GlobalNews | January 01, 2011 In this edition of Press TV’s News Analysis, Homa Lezgee and her guests, James Morris, Richard Millett and Dahr Jamail, are looking into secret British files released after 3 decades, proving Israel indeed possesses nuclear weapons. But what has alarmed many is the concern that Israel would use them, […]

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Selective Law Enforcement Against Activist for Bedouins

PNN – Palestine News Network –  31.12.10 – 12:12 Adam Keller – For PNN – The court this week  has been especially harsh with al-Okbi, because of his activism – so as “to send a message to the Bedouins”. Al-Okbi collapsed after the sentencing. He is now hospitalized at the Assaf Harofeh Hospital under police supervision, […]

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PressTV – Palestinian dies of Israeli tear gas

Sat Jan 1, 2011 10:59AM Share | Email | Print A Palestinian protester runs away during heavy rain from tear gas shot by Israeli security forces during a protest against the controversial Israeli barrier in the West Bank village of Bilin near Ramallah. A Palestinian woman has died after inhaling tear gas fired by Israeli […]

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Palestinian demonstrator dies after choking on tear gas

[ 01/01/2011 – 10:55 AM ]   RAMALLAH, (PIC)– A Palestinian woman from the west Ramallah village of Bil’in died Saturday after inhaling tear gas fired at her when Israeli troops suppressed a peaceful anti-separation wall demonstration in the village. Jawaher Abu Rahma sustained breathing difficulties while demonstrating in the weekly march and was later […]

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PressTV – Study finds Palestinians tortured in Israeli jails

Thu Dec 30, 2010 1:28PM It is these very images Raed Abu al-Hummus remembers of spending more than six years in an Israeli prison. Raed is one of many Palestinians who have experienced excessive torture in Israeli prisons. Now, a new report reveals 90% of these prisoners being physically and mentally tortured by the Israeli […]

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Bil’in protester Jawaher Abu Rahmah, 36, dies of asphyxiation caused by tear gas inhalation

by Jonathan Pollak on January 1, 2011 · 0 comments Like 0 1 Retweet Photo from Friday’s protest in Bil’in. (Photo: Hamde Abu Rahme) From a Popular Struggle Coordination Committee press release: Jawaher Abu Rahmah, 36, was evacuated to the Ramallah hospital yesterday after inhaling massive amounts of tear-gas during the weekly protest in Bil’in, […]

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Israel to upgrade rocket system on Apache helicopters

[ 01/01/2011 – 10:36 AM ]   GAZA, (PIC)– The Israeli military will soon purchase special anti-personnel bombs that will be attached to the air force’s Apache helicopters, the Israeli daily Haaretz said Friday. The projectiles will be more effective than the US Hellfire anti-tank missiles currently set up on the choppers in targeting Palestinians […]

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December 2010: Wadi Hilweh Information Center Report « Wadi Hilweh Information Center – Silwan, Jerusalem

Saturday, 1 January, 2011 | 12:01 Silwan, Jerusalem (SILWANIC) — The Holy City, in December 2010 as in each month of the year, house demolitions, eviction orders, clashes, injures, detainees and this time also a ban of a Palestinian political figure. Silwan had the largest share of that all. The Wadi Hilweh Information Center counted […]

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