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PA goes Gestapo-Style: Teacher dismissed on grounds of political affiliation goes on hunger strike in Nablus

[ PIC 24/09/2012 – 12:40 PM ] NABLUS, (PIC)– Ahmed Mustafa Wahdan, a teacher from Nablus in northern West Bank, launched on Sunday an open-ended hunger strike protesting his dismissal from his work and demanding to return to his job. Wahdan, a school teacher, had been dismissed from his job on December 1, 2011 because […]

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Israeli court of appeals refuses to release hunger striker #HanaShalabi on hungerstrike for 40 Days

[ PIC 25/03/2012 – 06:37 PM ] RAMALLAH, (PIC)– The Israeli military court of appeals in Ofer detention center near Ramallah has turned down a request by lawyer of Hana’a Shalabi for her release despite being on hunger strike for the past 40 days. The Palestinian prisoner’s society said in a statement on Sunday that […]

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Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Filed Over Boycott of Israeli Goods

PALESTINE CHRONICLE FEB 28 2012   By The Center for Constitutional Rights – Olympia, WA and New York, NY Today, in a lawsuit brought against current and former members of the Olympia Food Co-op board of directors for their decision to boycott Israeli goods, a Washington State court dismissed the case, calling it a SLAPP […]

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President’s office dismisses Netanyahu warning

April 28, 2011 RAMALLAH (Ma’an) — Presidential spokesman Nabil Abu Rudeina said Wednesday that an agreement between Fatah and Hamas “is an internal affair that has nothing to do with Israel, which is not a party to it.” “The agreement strengthens Palestinian unity and its just struggle to establish an independent state with Jerusalem as […]

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Taha dismisses Haaretz ‘lies’

March 19, 2011 GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — Hamas leader Ayman Taha denied reports in Israeli media Friday that he was under investigation for corruption. The Haaretz daily, quoting Palestinian sources in Gaza, reported that Taha was suspended over allegations of corruption this week. “This is the first time in the history of the organization in […]

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