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Reason for Hope and Despair in Palestine ~ by Stephen Lendman

By Stephen Lendman | Indybay | June 5, 2012 First the good news. On May 24, Haaretz headlined “Turkey issues arrest warrants for ex-IDF officers,” saying: Four former senior IDF officers were named. They include Chief of Staff Gabi Ashkenazi, military intelligence head Amos Yadlin, naval commander Eliezer Marom, and air force intelligence head Avishai […]

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Resheq: Report on Mishaal-Olmert contacts sheer lies

[ PIC 03/05/2012 – 12:53 PM ] BEIRUT, (PIC)– Political bureau member of Hamas Ezzet Al-Resheq has described as “sheer lies” the Israeli TV Channel 10 report on Wednesday night that Hamas leader Khaled Mishaal had made contacts with Israeli premier Ehud Olmert in 2006. Resheq said in a press release on Thursday that the […]

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Vigil at Silwan House Slated for Demolition Postpones Despair – video

Ethnic Cleansing – Topic | Settlement Construction – Category – Pictures PNN – Palestine News Network  | 29.11.11 | Aaron Rotenberg A month ago, the Sumrein family in Silwan, who live right beside the City of David Tourist site, received an order to leave their home of the last fifty years.  Numerous East Jerusalem residents […]

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Wadi Fuqeen: Palestine’s Valley of Hope and Despair – video

Film by Joshka Wessels, Jakob Schiller and Lubna Sharief | Redress 15 September 2011 The film Valley of Hope and Despair, by Joshka Wessels, Jakob Schiller and Lubna Sharief, illustrates how the Israeli occupation deprives Palestinians of their water resources and how illegal settlements continue to pour raw sewage into the many valleys of the […]

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“Permanent” Despair: Did Egypt Really Open Rafah Crossing? – by Ramzy Baroud

   June 16th, 2011 | Dissident Voice | Ramzy Baroud For most Palestinians, leaving Gaza through Egypt is as exasperating a process as entering it. Governed by political and cultural sensitivities, most Palestinian officials and public figures refrain from criticizing the way Palestinians are treated at the Rafah border. However, there is really no diplomatic […]

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