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Israel authorities to allow forced “treatment” of hunger striker Khader Adnan as High Court to hear case

by Ali Abunimah on Sun, 02/19/2012 – 09:39 Electronic Intifada Israeli authorities appear to have taken a decision to allow force-feeding of Khader Adnan, who is in his 64th day of hunger strike against his detention without charge or trial by Israel. He is currently under custody at Sieff Hospital in Safad. A brief item […]

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The Most Important Prisoner in the Whole Wide World

Palestine’s Prisoners – Worldwide Event | Pictures | Topic | Category  Jaime Omar Yassin | Oct 13, 2011 | Electronic Intifada Its possible that there is a name more well-known than Gilad Shalit this week, but not likely. For the last two days, media of all kinds have been tripping over themselves trying to describe, […]

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Throwing rocks at the occupation — and Western prejudice too ~ by Linah Alsaafin

Linah Alsaafin | The Electronic Intifada | Nabi Saleh |11 August 2011 Is throwing rocks at an occupying force an act of violence? (Oren Ziv/ActiveStills) I had denied it for too long now but for a Palestinian, my rock throwing is abysmal. On one of the Fridays I spent in the West Bank village of Nabi Saleh, I […]

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Israel’s prison walls cannot keep us apart

Fidaa Elaydi |The Electronic Intifada |Dallas |28 July 2011 The author’s grandmother holding a photo taken in 2006, the last time she was able to visit her son. (Fidaa Elaydi) It’s been six months since I was in Gaza and I miss everything about it. I miss the company of my large extended family, the delicious […]

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US citizen in Jerusalem arrest video speaks to Electronic Intifada

  Maureen Clare Murphy | The Electronic Intifada |14 June 2011 American-Jewish young man is being harassed and treated unfairly he is then arrested in Jerusalem   American Jewish activist and university student Lucas Koerner was arrested in Jerusalem on 1 June — when thousands of right-wing Israelis, including settlers, marked “Jerusalem Day” by provocatively […]

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