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Rachel Corrie Memorial 1979 – 2003

On 16 March 2003, Rachel Corrie, a 23-year-old American activist with the International Solidarity Movement (ISM), was crushed and killed by an Israeli soldier operating an armored, modified Caterpillar D9-R bulldozer. Corrie was attempting to nonviolently block the vehicle from destroying the home of a Palestinian family in Rafah in the south of the occupied […]

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On the 8th anniversary of Rachel Corrie’s stand in Gaza

by Cindy and Craig Corrie on MondoWeiss | March 16, 2011   Cindy & Craig Corrie: March 16, 2011 Statement from Johan Genberg on Vimeo. On Wednesday, March 16th, we mark the eighth anniversary of our daughter Rachel’s stand in Rafah, Gaza, to protect the right of a Gazan family to be safe and secure […]

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US victim’s parents sue Israel

PressTV –  Tue Mar 15, 2011 1:57PM The parents of an American victim of Israeli settlement activities in occupied Palestine have filed a lawsuit against the Israelis responsible for their daughter’s death in 2003. Rachel Corrie’s parents, Craig and Cindy, are pursuing a trial in an Israeli court to bring to justice those responsible for […]

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M16: Remembering Rachel Corrie and All Who Work for Justice in the Middle East | The Rachel Corrie Foundation for Peace and Justice

Rachel Corrie On the eighth anniversary of the death of Rachel Corrie – the Olympia woman crushed to death by an Israeli military Caterpillar bulldozer as she stood protecting a Palestinian family’s home in Gaza – we come together to remember Rachel and to stand in solidarity with the Palestinian people who continue to suffer […]

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Human rights activist Corrie set an example for those left behind

ind 06 February 2011, Sunday / ZEYNEP KILIÇ / SEVİNÇ ÖZARSLAN, İSTANBUL 0 At the start of 2003, the year that Israeli attacks against the Palestinians began to increase, a young woman of 23 arrived in Gaza from very distant lands. Her only mission was to declare “Stop!” against injustice, unfairness and tyranny. But in […]

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Slain Gaza activist’s parents thank Turkey

Friday, January 28, 2011 FADIL ALIRIZA ISTANBUL – Hürriyet Daily News Rachel Corrie, an activist from the United States was killed by an Israeli bulldozer in Gaza in 2003. Hürriyet photo A play based on the life of Rachel Corrie, an activist from the United States killed in 2003 while attempting to prevent an Israeli […]

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Recognizing the Mavi Marmara Dead and All of Gaza’s Heroes

Tim King Salem-News.com Dec 30, 2010 Many have laid down their lives in the effort to see Gaza liberated; they paid the ultimate price and should be recognized. Salem-News.com artwork by Austin King. Special thanks to cultures of resistance and the film “Gazastrophe” (SALEM, Ore.) – It seems more than legitimate that the names of […]

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Rachel Corrie’s family meet daughter’s killer in court

[ 18/10/2010 – 08:42 PM ]   OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– A court hearing will be held next Thursday to listen to the testimonies of witnesses in the death of American activist Rachel Corrie, who was killed in cold blood by an Israeli bulldozer driver in Rafah in 2003. The Israeli court decided to hear the […]

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Lawsuit for U.S. activist killed in Gaza to resume Thursday

[ 07/10/2010 – 08:53 AM ]   NAZARETH, (PIC)– A case filed by the family of American activist Rachel Corrie against Israel over the deliberate murder of their daughter in the Gaza Strip city of Rafah will resume on Thursday in Haifa, 1948 occupied Palestine. A U.S. student and human rights activist from Olympia, Washington, […]

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