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Hamas organized a march in northern Gaza in rejection to Obama’s visit

[ PIC 22/03/2013 – 05:18 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Thousands of citizens in the northern Gaza Strip participated in the mass rally called for by Hamas in Jabalya refugee camp on Thursday evening in rejection of Obama’s visit to Jerusalem and the occupied Palestine. The march started from the Khulafa Rachidin Mosque in Jabalya refugee […]

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#PalHunger | Prisoners announce hunger strike to protest jail death

#FreeSamer | Global action to save the life of Hunger striker Samer Issawi Maan News Agency |Febr 23, 2013 GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — Palestinian detainees in Israel’s Nafha jail will launch hunger strike action on Sunday in protest against the death of a prisoner in Megido jail, a Fatah prisoners group said Saturday. Arafat Jaradat, […]

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Al-Manatir: the protest village in occupied territory that was destroyed before it was built

“Settling” constitutes a warcime according to international law and ICC statute. Even under US’ own military legislations’ Law resources below this article 5 February 2013 | Mondoweiss | ISM Palestine Settler with a slingshot at Al-Manatir (Photo: ISM) Saturday morning moments after Palestinians planted metal huts and canvas tents on a rocky hilltop in the […]

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B’Tselem: The Israeli army uses lethal force against Palestinian protestors

[ PIC 28/01/2013 – 05:37 PM ] WEST BANK, (PIC)– The human rights group B’Tselem said the Israeli army systematically violates international rules of engagement in the West Bank and allows its soldiers to use deadly force against the Palestinian protestors. In a new report on Monday, B’Tselem affirmed that over the past eight years, […]

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Solidarity March in support of the striking prisoners in al-Khalil and Jenin

#FreeSamer | Join global action for #PalHunger striker Samer Issawi [ PIC 25/01/2013 – 08:08 PM ] AL-KHALIL, (PIC)– Hundreds of people have participated in a solidarity march in Dura south of al-Khalil after Friday prayers, in support of prisoners in Israeli jails. Eyewitnesses told PIC reporter that hundreds of people participated in the march, […]

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LIVE BLOG – PHOTOS | #BabAlKarama | Activists set up new protest village northwest of Jerusalem

“Settling” by Israel constitutes a WARCRIME according to International Law and the ICC statute. Even under US’ own military legislation’ it is forbidden. A Reminder to all that the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Article 13:1 states: “Everyone has the right to freedom of movement and residence within the borders of each state” Law resources […]

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#HUNGRY4FREEDOM 10 MILLION IN SUPPORT OF HUNGER STRIKERS CAMPAIGN

Participation of more than 10 Million followers around the world. Join to free those fighting the battle of the empty stomachs: CAMPAIGN PAGE AT FB Like the FB Page and share it on all your networks to your followers now In preparation to launch a worldwide campaign in support the detainees on hunger strike in […]

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#PalHunger | Hadarim prisoners on one-day hunger strike in solidarity with Sharawna and Issawi

[ PIC 10/12/2012 – 08:32 PM ] NABLUS, (PIC)– Ahrar Center for the Studies of Prisoners and Human Rights said that the Palestinian captives in the Hadarim prison waged a one-day hunger strike, yesterday, in solidarity with the captives Sharawna and Issawi, on hunger strike since more than five months. Fouad Khuffash, the director of […]

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Anti-Zionist orthodox Jews protest in London against Israel atrocities

PressTV | Dec 7, 2012 Dozens of anti-Zionist orthodox Jews have protested outside the Israeli embassy in London to denounce the regime’s mistreatment of Judaism and religious Jews. The orthodox protesters were angry at the news of a Jewish rabbi arrested for his attempts to stop the destruction of Jewish graves by the Israeli regime. […]

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#WestBankUnderAttack | Israel & settler gas, shoot and wound 5 Palestinians with rubber coated bullets in Beit Ummar

Maan News Agency | Nov 22, 2012   HEBRON (Ma’an) — Five Palestinians were wounded by rubber bullets fired by Israeli soldiers in Beit Ummar on Wednesday, a local committee said. Committee spokesman Mohammad Ayad Awad said forces fired tear gas and rubber bullets at a demonstration against Israeli the attacks on Gaza. An Israeli […]

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PHOTOS | Nov 9, 2012 | Palestine Resists Occupation! Weekly Demos in the West Bank

Nov 9, 2012 More updates following… More Photography at ICAI PHOTOS | Protest against occupation and settlements, Gush Etzion settlement, Nov. 9, 2012 | ICAI2 PHOTOS | Al-Ma’sara weekly demonstration, Nov. 9, 2012 | ICAI2 PHOTOS | Kufr Qaddom weekly demonstration, Nov. 9, 2012 | ICAI2 Still live in fairytaleland about Israel? Time to wake […]

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Israelis vs. Africans [Goldstein Dawn] ~ Must See Video by David Sheen

Nov 1, 2012 ~ by occpal Israel’s ethnic cleansing not only targetsPalestinians in the West Bank, Gaza or inside Israel itself. Also Bedouin in historical 1948 Palestine and occupied territories are targeted too. Treated in the same way 1933 Nazi Germany treated the Roma gypsies.  Another silenced ‘holocaust’Not only,  to “make room” for the establishment […]

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#443BLOCKED! 70 Palestinians and Internationals blocking settlers-only road 443 in occupied West Bank of Palestine

Oct 16, 2012 70 Palestinians and internationals blocking settlers-only road 443 in occupied west bank. The protest was called #443BLOCKED Reported by PSCC | Oct 16, 2012 About 50 Palestinians joined by number of international activists blocked today the Apartheid Road 443 (known as Modi’in, which passes on West Bank lands, connecting Tel Aviv to […]

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Dismissed employees warn Fayyad’s government of staging an open sit-in

[ PIC 25/09/2012 – 11:55 AM ] RAMALLAH, (PIC)– A number of employees, dismissed from their jobs on political grounds, staged yesterday a sit-in in front of Council of Ministers of Ramallah government to demand the implementation of Supreme Court’s decision to let them immediately return to their jobs. Among the participants in the sit-in […]

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