Archive | May 17, 2012

Jerusalem Rabbinical Court Grants Rabbis Custody over Nablus Tomb, Violates Oslo Status Quo

Thursday May 17, 2012 09:45 by William Temple – 1 of International Middle East Media Center Editorial Group Israeli daily, Haaretz, reported today that the Jerusalem Rabbinical Court has awarded legal and administrative custody over Joseph’s Tomb in Nablus in the middle West Bank to two rabbis who have been involved in organizing visits to […]

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Two workers seriously injured during IOF chase

[ PIC 17/05/2012 – 08:18 AM ] AL-KHALIL, (PIC)– Two Palestinian workers were injured when a wall fell over their head while escaping chase of Israeli occupation forces (IOF) near Beit Awa village in Al-Khalil, local sources said. They said that the two Ayman Abu Dhrei, 38, and Abdulfattah Masalma, 38, were taken to Al-Khalil […]

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Haneyya calls for more Arab support of Palestinian rights

[ PIC 17/05/2012 – 08:20 AM ] BEIRUT, (PIC)– Gaza premier Ismail Haneyya has called for intensified Arab support of Palestinian rights at the international arena. Haneyya, in a message to his Lebanese counterpart Najib Miqati delivered by minister of cabinet affairs Dr. Mohammed Askool to his Lebanese opposite number Dr. Suhail Al-Buji on Wednesday, […]

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Protest Outside the @BBC: End Your Silence on Palestine

Al-Qassam Website | 17-05-2012,08:48  Al Qassam website (Agencies) – Protestors will gather outside the BBC in central London later today to protest at its biased coverage of Palestine and the Israeli occupation. They will hand in a letter, signed to Helen Boaden, the BBC’s Director of News, highlighting the BBC’s sparse coverage of the mass […]

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Originally posted on Abbas Hamideh's Blog:
Amsterdam 64th Nakba commemoration Speech on May 12, 2012 By: Abbas Hamideh Assalamualaikum. Hello everyone. It is quite an honor and joy to be here as a representative of Al-Awda, The Palestine Right To Return Coalition an organization fully dedicated to the Palestinian Refugees Right to Return to…

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