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Turkish court orders release of citizens who chanted slogans against Israel

Truth does not matter for “Israel”. Buttons Do. To mute. [ 28/01/2012 – 03:56 PM ] ISTANBUL, (PIC)– 30 Turkish citizens were acquitted on Friday of charges filed by a pro-Zionist prosecutor who accused them of chanting racist slurs against Jews in a basketball game. During the trial that was held in a court near […]

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Freedom for Palestine song echoes anti-apartheid era

  Alex Ritman  | Jul 3, 2011   – The National   Although often seen shaking his diminutive hips, Archbishop Desmond Tutu isn’t a man who regularly gives his support to a band or a song. But last week, the South African human rights activist voiced his encouragement for the single Freedom for Palestine, the first […]

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This is Zionism: Eden Abergil: ‘I’m B-A-C-K’

Eden Abergil: ‘I’m B-A-C-K’   Eden Abergil’s homicidal Facebook rants: ‘Fuck you, stinking Arabs’ Just like a bad penny or Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Terminator, Eden Abergil is back to wreak havoc once more. Several months ago she found notoriety by proudly uploading to her Facebook account pictures of her simpering as an IDF soldier next to […]

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Hamas lauds anti-siege positions of Egypt’s new FM

[ 07/03/2011 – 07:43 PM ]   GAZA, (PIC)– Hamas has lauded positions held by newly named Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil al-Arabi. Arabi, who was named during the forming of the care-taker government following the revolution, has demanded an end to the five year siege suffocating the tiny enclave of Gaza. The group said it […]

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Anti-wall protest near Ramallah

Published Mar 4, 2011 21:04     RAMALLAH (Ma’an) — Israeli authorities sent infantry forces into the village of An-Nabi Saleh on Friday in order to prevent the residents from holding their weekly demonstration against the wall and settlements. Locals said Israeli forces occupied one of the houses in the village to monitor the movement […]

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Anti-racism rally held in al-Quds

PRESS TV | Sun Feb 27, 2011 1:28AM Palestinian and Israeli activists have held a demonstration to protest against the murder of a Palestinian man by Israeli settlers and the ban on selling or renting to Arabs declared by some rabbis. Hundreds of people gathered in central al-Quds (Jerusalem) late on Saturday to protest against […]

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Israeli troops attack protesters against wall, settlement in W. Bank, J’lem

[ 26/02/2011 – 07:55 AM ]   RAMALLAH, (PIC)– Dozens of Palestinian citizens suffered tear gas suffocation and two were injured at noon Friday when the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) attacked them using grenades and rubber bullets in the villages of Bil’in and Masara, and Silwan district of occupied Jerusalem. The Israeli troops attacked the […]

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Germany bans anti-Israeli movie

PressTV – Sun Jan 30, 2011 5:48PM ‘The Valley of the Wolves – Palestine’ promotional poster Germany has banned the public screening of a movie, which depicts that atrocities Israel has committed against activists aboard an Ankara-backed Gaza-bound aid convoy. The German Movie Control Association took issue with the content of ‘The Valley of the […]

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Israeli Soldiers Attack Anti Wall Protests in West Bank Villages

Saturday January 29, 2011 02:15 by Palestine News Network Ramallah – PNN – one injured, many treated for the effects of tear gas inhalation when Israeli soldiers attacked the anti-wall protests in the villages of Bil’in and Nil’in in central West Bank in addition to al Ma’ssara in the south. Bilin – Soldiers Attacking Protesters […]

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Israeli Soldiers Use Tear Gas to attack anti wall weekly protests in central West Bank

PNN – Palestine News Network – 21.01.11 – 15:43 Ramallah – PNN – a number of protesters suffered from the effects of tear gas inhalation on Friday as Israeli troops attack three weekly anti-wall protests in central West Bank villages. Protest in Bil’in – Arachive This week protests were in solidarity with the Israeli activist […]

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‘100 states back anti-Israeli resolution’

PressTV – Fri Jan 21, 2011 8:54AM Chief Palestinian Authority negotiator Saeb Erekat Chief Palestinian Authority (PA) negotiator Saeb Erekat says more than 100 countries will support a resolution at the UN Security Council against Israeli settlement projects. Speaking to Ma’an news agency on Thursday, Erekat also rejected the reports that the PA would postpone […]

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Serving Up Palestine One Slice at a Time

      January 20, 2011by Philip Giraldi — Antiwar.com As of last week, 110 countries in the United Nations have extended diplomatic recognition to the State of Palestine.  All recognize Palestine as including the West Bank, East Jerusalem, and the Gaza Strip, essentially the borders as they existed prior to the June 1967 Six […]

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Arabs seek anti-settlement UN resolution

PressTV – Tue Jan 18, 2011 3:16AM A UN Security Council session (file photo) Arab nations are set to formally demand that the United Nations Security Council to condemn Israel over its illegal settlement constructions. Arab envoys at the UN have decided to formally register a draft resolution against Tel Aviv at the Security Council […]

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Anti Fascism – Mass demonstration in Tel Aviv Saturday Jan, 15, 2011

Thousands join Peace Now ‘Rally for Democracy’ in Tel Aviv challenging NGO probes from IMEMC News | by Saed Bannoura | Saturday January 15, 2011 19:50 On Saturday, thousands of Israelis marched in Tel Aviv under the banner “Demonstration (since it’s still possible) for democracy” – a reference to a proposed measure currently under consideration […]

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Soldiers Use Tear Gas to Suppress Anti-Wall Protests in the West Bank

PNN – Palestine News Network – 31.12.10 – 16:09 Bethlehem – PNN – Anti-wall protests were reported on Friday at the village of Nil’in and al Nabi Saleh in central West Bank, in addition to al Ma’ssara in the south. Israeli and international supporters joined the villagers at all three locations. The protests started shortly […]

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