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Palestine: Youth Activist Fadi Quran Released From Israeli Prison

GLOBALVOICES | Written by Ahmed Medien MARCH 2, 2012   Palestinian youth activist and Stanford alumnus, Fadi Quran. Photo by Jeff Mendelman. Used with permission. Palestinian youth activist Fadi Quran has been released on bail from an Israeli prison. The news was welcomed by dozens of Twitter users who expressed great joy. On Twitter, Palestinian […]

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Fadi Quran’s Page at the The Gandhi-King Community

JOIN FADI’s PAGE! Fadi’s page at the Ghandi-Kind Commmunity Special Topic about the FreedomRides Fadi participated in Palestine’s Prisoners | Pictures | Topic | Category – Torture | History | Category

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Stanford Daily – Fadi Quran to face trial in West Bank – #FadiQuran

Monday, February 27th, 2012  Stanford Daily By Kristian Davis Bailey   View a letter from the editor on this piece here.   Fadi Quran ’10 – a Palestinian-American Stanford alumnus who was arrested by Israeli soldiers in the West Bank on Friday, was brought to trial Monday morning in Jerusalem, his sister, Semma Qura’an, told […]

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Uproar over arrest of Palestinian activist #FadiQuran

Fadi Quran, a Palestinian activist, set to appear in an Israeli court for the second time since his arrest on Friday. Quran graduated from Stanford in 2010 with a double major in international relations and physics before returning to the West Bank. Read more at Al Jazeera Related: Israel. Not looking for Peace. Nor Talks. […]

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Stanford Progressive – Free Fadi – And the Rest of Palestine – #FadiQuran

  By Shadi Bushra, published February, 2012 – Stanford Progessive A recent graduate of my university was arrested last week for participating in a protest in the West Bank. The videos below tell much – but not all – of the story. As he was being arrested, he was pepper sprayed (the orange color on […]

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Palestinian activist Fadi Quran faces Israeli administrative detention

Scores of Palestinian protestors have been detained by Israel under its policy of administrative detention which sees them being held without charges for an extended period of time. (Reuters)   By Rana Khoury | Al Arabiya | Feb 26 2012 Palestinian nonviolent youth activist, Fadi Quran was assaulted and arrested in Palestine on Friday as […]

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The Stanford Daily – Students petition, organize for Fadi Quran’s release

Saturday, February 25th, 2012  Standford Daily By Kristian Davis Bailey Fadi Quran ‘10, a Palestinian Stanford graduate from the West Bank and U.S. citizen, was arrested Friday in Hebron, West Bank, for allegedly pushing an Israeli soldier, according to tweets from journalists and activists in Palestine. Visit the original article on his arrest here. Fadi […]

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Palestinian youth activist Fadi Quran assaulted/arrested for speaking / Journalists assaulted – VIDEO

Video by theIMEUon Feb 25, 2012 The video above is an excerpt of the full video at http://on.fb.me/Ad6E4w in which Palestinian youth activist Fadi Quran, a graduate of Stanford University, is pepper sprayed in the face, assaulted, and arrested by Israeli forces while attending a protest calling for the reopening of a major thoroughfare for […]

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#FreedomRides | Arrest of Palestinian Freedom Rider Fadi Quran – video

FreedomRides | Topic – Action Alerts – updates | in pictures Imeu | Nov 15, 2011 A brief interview, followed by the arrest of Palestinian Freedom Rider Fadi Quran, taken from the livestream of the November 15 protest. Quran was one of seven Palestinian Freedom Riders who were violently arrested while attempting to ride on […]

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Palestinian unity movement’s goal strikes at heart of Israeli occupation strategy of divide and conquer

by Alex Kane on March 17, 2011 | MondoWeiss The slogans are simple enough: “the people want an end to the division,” tens of thousands of young protesters in Gaza and the West Bank chanted as their protest movement demanding Palestinian political unity kicked off March 14. But beneath the simple slogan is an audacious […]

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