Archive | March 27, 2011

Report: Turkey brokering Hamas-Israel truce

March 27, 2011 TEL AVIV (Ma’an) — An Israeli news site quoted official sources saying that Turkey has been brokering a limited truce between Palestinian factions in Gaza and Israel, in a bid to put an end to recent border escalations. Israeli news website Inyan Merkazi said the Turkish Prime Minister himself was heading the […]

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Israel orders evacuation for Tubas-area Bedouin

March 27, 2011 TUBAS (Ma’an) — Evacuation and demolition orders were handed out to a Bedouin family east of Tubas on Sunday afternoon, local officials told Ma’an. The orders come amid concern from UNRWA officials who noted a near two-fold increase in home demolitions during the first two months of 2011. Nabil Mustafa Daraghmeh, the […]

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Israeli Minister joins call for removal of pro-Palestinian Facebook page

by Jillian C. York on March 27, 2011 | Mondoweiss Last week, I wrote about AllFacebook.com’s Editor, Jackie Cohen, using her platform as a bully pulpit to encourage “friends of Israel” to report a Facebook Page calling for an intifada (uprising) in the Palestinian territories in the hopes of getting it taken down.  Apparently, Cohen […]

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Beit Ummar to be fenced in from south

March 27, 2011 HEBRON (Ma’an) — For a third day in a row, Israeli forces appeared in large numbers around the southern West Bank town of Beit Ummar, installing road gates and fence posts in a move residents fear will close them in and stifle the population center. Local activist Mohammad Ayyad Awad told Ma’an […]

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Occupied Palestine from A to Z: Canaan of Palestine | My Palestine

Posted on 27/03/2011 by reham alhelsi “Ya Abu Nidal, lahhiq ibnak, lahhiq darak, hurry up, the soldiers are raiding your home and want to take your son Nidal.” A neighbour came running to tell Canaan who was ploughing the land and tending the olive and almond trees. In a matter of seconds, Abu Nidal was […]

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IPS refuses to remove Palestinian prisoner’s tumor

27/03/2011 – 04:38 PM GAZA, (PIC)– The Israeli Prison Service (IPS) has refused to remove a cancerous growth from a Palestinian man held in the Gilboa prison, the Tadhamon international rights group has reported. Tariq al-Aasi from the Balata refugee camp east of Nablus was diagnosed with colon cancer two years ago and has since […]

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Jewish settlers uproot 21 olive trees in Salfit

27/03/2011 – 03:24 PM SALFIT, (PIC)– Jewish settlers from Ali Zahav settlement on Saturday morning uprooted about 21 olive trees in Deir Ballut town west of Salfit city. Head of the municipal council in the town Ahmed Mustafa said the settlers uprooted olive trees east of Deir Ballut belonging to a Palestinian citizen called Sami […]

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Two Fighters Assassinated In Gaza, One Resident Injured

27.03.11 – 19:18 By Sa’ed Bannoura –  PNN – Only a few hours after several resistance factions, including the Al Qassam Brigades of Hamas, declared that they are committed to a ceasefire should Israel halt its attacks, Israeli soldiers assassinated fighters in the Gaza Strip on Sunday morning, one resident was moderately wounded. Injured in […]

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THE NEW ONLINE “CHECKPOINT”: FACEBOOK

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Israel, right or wrong

By Paul J. Balles * | Sabbah Report | http://www.sabbah.biz | March 27, 2011 “If I were an Israeli, I’d be worried. If I were an Arab, I’d be insulted. If I were a critic only of Israel, I’d be ashamed.” Thus concluded Richard Cohen in the Washington Post (28 February 2011) What Cohen would […]

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Gaza health ministry devises ’emergency plan’ to counter Israeli provocations

[ 27/03/2011 – 04:21 PM ]   GAZA, (PIC)– The Gaza Health Ministry has developed an emergency plan should Israel ”provoke” the Palestinians, Dr. Mohammed al-Kashif, the ministry’s international coordination director has said. He was hosted on the government television show ”Meeting with an Official” on Sunday alongside the health ministry’s pharmaceutical director Muneer al-Barsh. […]

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Ahrar center launches website in English to promote issue of prisoners

27/03/2011 – 02:46 PM NABLUS, (PIC)– Ahrar center for prisoners’ studies and human rights declared the launch of a new website in English language aimed at conveying the suffering of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails to the whole world. Director of the center Fouad Al-Khafsh stated that the new website is the first one in […]

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Mar 27, 2011 PALESTINE HEADLINES

Mar 27, 2011 | GAZA PALESTINE | TODAY NEWS LINKS| Gaza has been under siege for 1383 days | Spread-Share-Link or Tweet the News! آخر الأخبار والتحديثات Gaza Under Israeli Attacks | Overview of Attacks and Related News http://wp.me/p16sn9-4Ey ♻Palestine Unity Protests March 15: http://wp.me/p16sn9-3P1 #Palestine #Gaza #Mar15 ♻ All daily news & Sources about […]

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Proposal to implement Al-Bustan demolition plan amidst upheaval in Arab world

Sunday, 27 March, 2011 | 14:15 Silwan, Jerusalem (SILWANIC) Several high-ranking officials in the Jerusalem Municipality have submitted a proposal to city mayor Nir Barakat to begin the prospective demolition program in Al-Bustan neighborhood of Silwan. Residents of Silwan have denounced the proposal as a calculated move to execute the highly controversial plan during a […]

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Two Palestinians killed in Israeli air strike

27/03/2011 – 09:44 AM GAZA, (PIC)– Israeli warplanes raided northern Gaza Strip at an early hour on Saturday morning killing two Palestinians and wounding others one of them seriously, medical sources said. Adham Abu Salmiya, the spokesman for medical services, told the PIC that the warplanes fired at least one missile at a vehicle in […]

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