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#London bans cameras at candle light vigil for #MahmoudSarsak & accuses activists of criminal acts

URGENT | June 14, 2012 | 20 children started hunger strike in Israeli prison LIVE BLOG | June 13, 2012 Yesterday this happened: A candle light vigil for Mahmoud Sarsak in front of the Israeli embassy was terminated within 20 minutes. By the police. As it seems tweeps on the ground now have been ordered […]

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Military radio targets protesters for future arrests

24 February 2012 | Israeli Military Radio- Online | ISM Shuhada Street in Hebron today may become the scene of a confrontation, as hundreds of left-wing Jews and Arabs are expected to march there to protest the closure of Shuhada Street from Palestinians. Police and army will attempt to keep order. At 12:00 today (Friday) […]

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“Israel” suppresses Demos, shoots French women and Lies about it too – Feb 3, 2012 – Live Updates

Related: All Attacks on Palestinians – Timeline – Category Febr 3, 2012 Today in several demos across the west bank, Israel again suppressed with great violence non violent activists, detained journalists and cameramen in effort to mute the truth or prevent you from hearing or seeing it, beat up women, tied an activist to a […]

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Weekly demo in Kufr Qadum – Jan 27, 2012 – video

Truth does not matter for “Israel”. Buttons Do. To mute. Jan 27, 2012 | by David Reeb Friday 27.1.2012 protest by the Palestinian village of Kufr Qadum near Nablus against the theft of their land and against the obstruction of their freedom of movement In Pictures Album – Weekly Demo – Jan 27, 2012 – […]

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Palestine now PACE ‘partner’

October 5, 2011 | PARIS – STRASBOURG | Hurriyet Daily News The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, or PACE, granted “partner for democracy” status to Palestine in a decision Tuesday. Following the decision, Salim al-Za’noon, speaker of the Palestinian National Council, said it was a historic step bringing Palestine closer to its goal […]

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Hamas: “Abbas’ Speech Filled With Contradictions”

Related: ▣ FAQ ▣ Palestine Statehood Bid | Category Statehood Saturday September 24, 2011 03:28 by Saed Bannoura – IMEMC & Agencies Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas, stated that the Friday evening speech of Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas, at the United Nations, “is filled with contradictions, despite its emotional start”. Hamas Hamas said that Abbas managed […]

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B’Tselem: Israel denies Palestinian ‘right to protest’ in West Bank

Universal Declaration of Human Rights Art  20(1) “Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association.” Maan News Agency | Sept 12, 2011 BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — The Israeli army systematically denies the Palestinians’ right to protest in the West Bank, a report published Monday by B’Tselem says. The ‘Show of Force’ report finds […]

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#Airflotilla | Facebook and Twitter used by Israel to bar pro-Palestine protest groups

July 10, 2011 | Metro.co.uk Israel has used Facebook and Twitter to prevent pro-Palestine activists entering the country to protest (Pic: AFP) Authorities used the social media websites to compile a ‘black list’ of 340 protesters before asking European airlines to bar them from flights bound for Tel Aviv. Many were stopped en route at […]

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Soldiers Detain Palestinians, Abduct International Peace activist Near Hebron

  Sunday May 29, 2011 09:40 by Saed Bannoura – IMEMC & Agencies Israeli soldiers detained on Saturday evening five several Palestinians, including women and children, and kidnapped an international peace activist near Safa village, north of the southern West Bank city of Hebron. Israeli Soldiers In Hebron – File, image Palsolidarity The residents were […]

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Israeli army shuts down ‘illegal’ Palestinian protests

Published (updated) 27/05/2011 RAMALLAH (Ma’an) — Israeli forces shut down anti-wall protests in villages across the West Bank on Friday. The Israeli army says the unarmed weekly protests in Palestinian villages are illegal. Asked why the protests were illegal, an army spokesman said the areas between Israel’s separation wall and villages Ni’lin and Bil’in, near […]

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PCHR Condemns Forceful Dispersal of Peaceful Assemblies in Gaza

Source: Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR)| Date: 16 Mar 2011 Ref: 18/2011 | Date: 16 March 2011 | Time: 12:00 GMT Yesterday, Tuesday, 15 March 2011, thousands of Palestinians gathered in al-Katiba Square and the Unknown Soldiers Square in the west of Gaza city. The protestors were demonstrating for an end to the ongoing […]

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UN International Meeting on Question of Palestine, in Outcome Text, Stresses Need to ‘Internationalize’ Issue of Palestinian Political Prisoners

Source: United Nations General Assembly Date: 08 Mar 2011 GA/PAL/1187 Exploring Link between Prisoners and Status of Political Process, Meeting Told Emphasis on Security Disadvantages Palestinians (Received from a UN Information Officer.) VIENNA, 8 March — The notion that delivering security would ultimately yield a Palestinian State actually excluded Palestinians from the political process, the […]

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Palestine Declaration from World Social Forum People’s Movement Assembly

Sunday, 13 February 2011 08:14 People’s Movement Assembly, WSF In Dakar, Senegal the People’s movement Assembly on Palestine convenes at the World Social Forum (WSF) at a time of intense popular struggle in Palestine against Israeli apartheid, colonization and occupation, and for full implementation of the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people.   For the […]

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Rise in Israeli attacks on Gaza and Ramallah collaboration condemned

Wednesday, 22 December 2010 18:45 EXCLUSIVE PICTURES A spokesman for the Palestinian government in Gaza has condemned the Israeli military operations against the territory, which have escalated over the past few weeks. Speaking at a press conference on 22 December, Taher El-Nono said that the government would be making a formal complaint about the increase […]

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