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Amnesty: Israel must investigate Golan deaths

Published today (updated) 07/06/2011 19:30 Demonstrators carry a wounded protester who was hit by Israeli fire while trying to cut through a line of barbed wire and head into the Israeli-annexed Golan Heights on June 5. [AFP/Jack Guez] BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — Amnesty International on Wednesday called on the Israeli authorities to investigate their army’s killing […]

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An Naksa | June 5, 2011 | Qalandia Checkpoint – video

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Solemn Funeral Processions for Martyrs of Liberation and Return (Names of Martyrs June 5 Naksa Day Massacre in Golan)

Jun 07, 2011| SANA QUNEITRA, (SANA) –Thousands of Syrian and Palestinian citizens paid the last honors to the 23 martyrs killed on Sunday by the Israeli fires at the borders of the occupied Syrian Golan in Ein al-Tina and the liberated city of Quneitra. The martyrs were escorted in solemn processions from Martyr Mamdouh Abaza […]

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Gaza government declares mourning day for Naksa Day victims

[ 06/06/2011 – 05:11 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Flags have been lowered half mast in the Gaza Strip as the government has declared an official day of mourning for those killed by Israeli soldiers during peaceful Naksa Day protests in occupied Golan Heights on Sunday. In a statement on Monday, the government declared that the […]

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On Naksa Day, unarmed resistance sends Israel into violent contortions

06.06.11, By Max Blumenthal Demonstrators in Qalandia block an Israeli army vehicle on June 5 (photo by Ahmad al-Nimer) Last week, I interviewed Rami Zurayk, an agronomist at the American University of Beirut and Palestinian refugee rights activist, about the planning of the May 15 and June 5 demonstrations in Lebanon. Zurayk described to me […]

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Nonviolent Activists Try to Cross Qalandia Checkpoint | June 5, 2011- video

Qalandia checkpoint divides Jerusalem from the West Bank. It is internationally recognized that Jerusalem will serve as the capital of any future Palestinian state, but most Palestinians in the West Bank are not allowed to go there. On June 5th 2011 a group of peaceful activists attempted to cross the checkpoint and go to Jerusalem […]

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Israeli violent quelling injures 120 Palestinians in OJ

[ 06/06/2011 – 09:32 AM ] OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– Israeli occupation forces (IOF) used a new type of gas to disperse demonstrators near Qalandia refugee camp in occupied Jerusalem that leads to fainting and soreness in the eyes. Witnesses said that the IOF troops failed to enter the camp due to the fierce resistance by […]

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After deadly day: Syria blocks Palestinian protesters near Israeli border

  Published June 6, 2011 | Al Bawaba Syria – Israel border Syrian police blocked Palestinian protesters from approaching the Israeli border on Monday, a day after more than 20 demonstrators reportedly were killed by Israeli fire while trying to infiltrate into the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. Syrian police set up two checkpoints near the border […]

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Qalandia – June 5, 2011 – Photos and Video

Sights and Sounds from the Al-Naksa commemoration and attempted march to Jerusalem @ Qalandia checkpoint/camp. There are two videos amidst the photo slideshow. Apologies for the bit of video of sidewalk, was trying to wipe my eyes from the gas and reach for my scarf to breathe through. There were multiple injuries from steel-coated rubber […]

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Naksa Day 2011 | Non-Violent Protests answered with Violence & Manslaughter – in pictures

UDHR 20(1) states: “Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association.” (Universal Declaration of Human Rights) Not in Palestine and as it seems not even outside of Palestine. Israel claiming to defend it’s borders on Golan, while it isn’t actually Israel, but illegally occupied Syrian Land. This album is a wakeupcall. I […]

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24 Killed By Israeli Fire In the Golan, 350 Injured

  Monday June 06, 2011 11:08 by Saed Bannoura – IMEMC & Agencies Syrian media sources confirmed that Israeli soldiers shot and killed on Sunday 24 protesters who gathered on the Syrian side of the border of the Israeli occupied Golan Heights marking the Naksa Day, while at least 350 were injured. Thousands of Palestinian […]

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Prof. Em. Richard Falk on the Golan clashes – video

  AlJazeera English | June 5, 2011 Prof. Em. Richard Falk is the UN Special Rapporteur on the occupied Palestinian Territories.     Source.

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Israeli Naksa Day War Crimes at Majdal Shams

By Richard Silverstein | June 6, 2011 « Tikun Olam-תיקון עולם: Make the World a Better Place Naksa Day wounded protester dragged to safety (Nir Elias/Reuters) Today and Nakba Day may go down in the recent history of the Israeli-Arab conflict as two days in which Israel massacred unarmed Arab civilians in cold blood thus […]

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Another Israeli Massacre to add to the list: 23 dead as Israel opens fire on Golan

Published yesterday (updated) 06/06/2011 09:25 Demonstrators flee Israeli fired tear gas as they gather along Syria’s border with Israel. Israeli troops opened fire on Sunday as protesters from Syria stormed a ceasefire line in the occupied Golan Heights, with Damascus saying 23 demonstrators were killed. [AFP/Jack Guez] MAJDAL SHAMS, Golan Heights (AFP) — Israeli troops […]

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Naksa Day: 23 Martyrs and 447 Wounded in Golan Heights | ذكرى النكسة: ارتفاع عدد شهداء العودة إلى 23 في الجولان، وإصابة 447 شخصًا – عرب 48| الثورة الليبية | الثورة اليمنية

      عــ48ــرب ووكالات تاريخ النشر: 05/06/2011 – آخر تحديث: 23:13 استشهد 23 شخصًا، بينهم فتاة، وسقط أكثر 447 جريحًا، بينهم 361 أصيبوا بطلق ناري من جنود الاحتلال الاسرائيلي، عندما احتشدوا على مشارف الجولان السوري المحتل، وحاولوا قطع الأسلاك الشائكة، وتجاوز حقول الألغام التي تزرعها إسرائيل، في محاولة منهم للعودة إلى وطنهم الذي شردوا […]

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