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Al-Arakib – Sixty Years, and the Struggle is Just Beginning

  PNN – Palestine News Network –  25.07.11 – 16:27 By Adam Keller/Gush Shalom – Al-Arakib is a village in Israel, northeast of Beersheba. A village which does not appear on any map published in this country, a village whose existence the Government of Israel does not recognize and does all in its power to […]

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Masri: Blood of Naksa Day protesters marks beginning of new stage for Palestine

[ 08/06/2011 – 07:00 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Mushir al-Masri, who heads the Hamas bloc on the Palestinian Legislative Council, has said that the spilled blood of those killed by the Israeli occupation forces on borders with Lebanon and Syria during Naksa Day marks the beginning of a new phase in ending the Israeli occupation. […]

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UN slams Israel’s demolition of 96 Palestinian homes since start of 2011

[ 12/03/2011 – 02:46 PM ]   NEW YORK, (PIC)– A report issued by the UN said that Israel has demolished since the start of 2011 about 96 Palestinian homes and buildings in the occupied territories of Jerusalem and the West Bank. UN special rapporteur on human rights in the occupied territories Richard Falk stated […]

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Road Map to Peace Beginning with Justice

20:25 01/17/2011 So what’s to be done? (An Open Letter to Sandy Berger and Stephen Hadley) By William A. Cook Let me introduce myself lest you discard a letter from someone you do not know. I am a citizen of this nation having lasted beyond the biblical three score and ten with an ancestry that […]

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