Archive | April 27, 2011

Initial reconciliation deal signed in Cairo

April 27, 2011 BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — Hamas and Fatah signed an initial reconciliation agreement in Cairo on Wednesday, officials told Ma’an. The deal is to form a caretaker government and set a date for elections. The details will be made clear at a news conference in Cairo, said Ash-Shaqaqi, the head of a delegation of […]

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Helen Thomas Will Lead NY City Gaza Protest Against Netanyahu By Rev Ted Pike

By Rev Ted Pike | Al-Jazeerah, CCUN |  April 27, 2011 My fervent prayer to the Almighty over the past year has been that He would energize 90-year-old former White House reporter Helen Thomas to keep speaking boldly against Jewish supremacism. Thomas has high visibility and less to lose than most public figures, so she […]

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UNDP official: Israel denies development rights in Gaza

April 27, 2011 GAZA (Ma’an) — UNDP’s Gaza office head Sascha Garumann said Wednesday that the international community must re-focus on development in the enclave, despite the “serious impediment” of Israel’s blockade and occupation. The bulk of international efforts go to humanitarian assistance, the development agency official said, urging the community to “go beyond” emergency […]

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IOA to build new settlement outpost in Occupied Jerusalem

[ 27/04/2011 – 11:36 AM ] OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– The Israeli “Peace Now” movement has said that the Israeli occupation authority (IOA) was planning the construction of a new settlement outpost north of occupied Jerusalem. It said that the outpost near the Givat Ze’ev settlement would include the building of 600 housing units. The IOA […]

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International activists join battle to bring in harvest under the barrel of Israeli guns

Posted by gazasolidarity on Tuesday, April 26, 2011 at 11:48 am. In other parts of the world bringing in the harvest won’t get you killed, but if you are a farmer in Gaza it is a different story. International activists have volunteered to help Palestinians bring in the harvest against the background of Israel having […]

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Turkey refuses to help Israel block flotilla 2 from reaching Gaza

Posted by gazasolidarity on Tuesday, April 26, 2011 at 3:19 pm. Israel asked Turkey last week to stop the flotilla from heading to Gaza. Quite why they thought the Turkish state rush to their assistance on this one after seeing eight Turkish citizens gunned down by Israel (one was Furkan Dogan, a 19-year-old Turkish-American citizen, […]

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BOB DYLAN ~~ DON’T THINK TWICE, IT’S NOT ALRIGHT … IN IMAGE AND VIDEO

Posted by desertpeace at PS.HADNEWS.COM on Wednesday, April 27, 2011 at 7:53 am. Image by Skulz Fontaine   Hey Bob….. The following is what you seem to think is alright….. Don’t think twice, it’s NOT! Still not convinced? Maybe this will help … Boycott From Within Boycott from Within is a group of Israeli citizens […]

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Israel’s education ministry forces Palestinian students to study the holocaust

[ 27/04/2011 – 09:43 AM ] OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– The Israeli ministry of education ordered its schools in the 1948 occupied lands to teach Palestinian high school students the German holocaust as part of their curricula. Ma’ariv newspaper on Wednesday said the decision makes it obligatory for Palestinian high school students even those from Bedouin […]

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Savage Jewish settlers burn commercial stores in Al-Khalil old city

[ 27/04/2011 – 10:50 AM ] Al-KHALIL, (PIC)– Armed Jewish settlers attacked at dawn Tuesday Palestinian commercial stores with Molotov cocktails in Kazazeen souk (market) in the old city of Al-Khalil burning down four of them and all goods inside them. Owners of these stores are Shaban Hashlamoun, Mohamed Al-Shalloudi, Atta Al-Shweiki and Abdelhameed Al-Natsha. […]

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Israeli Troops Attack West Bank Communities and Arrest Six Men

27.04.11 – 14:23 Ramallah – PNN – Six Palestinian men were arrested on Wednesday morning by Israeli troops during military invasions targeting West Bank communities. Archive Palestinian security sources reported invasions in Bethlehem and Hebron, in southern West Bank as well as Ramallah, in central West Bank and Salfit and Nablus in the north. Among […]

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New aid flotilla to set sail for Gaza

Wed Apr 27, 2011 6:55AM Nine Turkish activists were killed on May 31, 2010, after Israeli commandos opened fire on the aid convoy in international waters of the Mediterranean Sea. International activists are planning to dispatch a new aid flotilla to the Gaza Strip in an attempt to break the years-long Israeli siege of the […]

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Israeli Sewage Dumped In Palestinian Village Known For Anti-settlement Protests

Wednesday April 27, 2011 09:56 by Saed Bannoura – IMEMC News The Palestinian town of Beit Ummar, in the southern West Bank, was flooded with sewage from a nearby settlement on Tuesday, according to local eyewitnesses and officials. Locals say that there is evidence the sewage was dumped on purpose by Israeli settlers. Israeli settlement […]

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Israel seeks to weaken Arab nations

Wed Apr 27, 2011 8:14AM Interview with Dr. Hesham Tillawi of Current Issues, Lafayette Israel and the Unites States seek to undermine the Arab nations to achieve their objectives in the occupied Palestinian territories, says an analyst. Press TV interviewed Dr. Hesham Tillawi, the host of Current Issues TV and Radio, regarding the current situation […]

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Palestinian Embassy In Algeria Confirms Three Palestinians Tried To Assassinate Ambassador

Wednesday April 27, 2011 11:32 by Saed Bannoura – IMEMC & Agencies The Palestinian Embassy in Algeria confirmed Wednesday that three Palestinians, wielding knives, attempted to assassinate the Palestinian ambassador, Hussein Abdul-Khaleq, this last Monday, the Al Quds newspaper reported. Palestinian Embassy In Algeria In its statement, the Embassy said that what happened on Monday […]

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Abeer, a child victim of Zionist cruelty – video

Tunsol on Apr 26, 2011 AbdelRaheem, Abeer’s grandfather described the moments that caused her nervous breakdown that led to her death: ‘The Zionists prison guards forbade her from entering to hug her father during her visit. Her accumulated feelings made her scream and cry while pounding on the glass that separated her from her father, […]

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