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Israeli troops round up 17 Hamas supporters in Al-Khalil including 5 brothers

Universal Declaration of Human Rights UDHR Art 9: “No one shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention or exile” UDHR Art 20(2): “No one may be compelled to belong to an association.” [ 09/08/2011 – 12:05 PM ] AL-KHALIL, (PIC)– A big number of Israeli occupation forces (IOF) stormed Al-Khalil city at dawn Tuesday and […]

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Israeli soldiers arrest five foreign solidarity activists

[ 27/07/2011 – 09:57 AM ] BETHLEHEM, (PIC)– Israeli occupation forces (IOF) arrested seven participants in a peaceful protest march in Walaja village, west of Bethlehem, on Wednesday, local sources said. Member of the popular committee to resist the wall and settlement in the village Ala’a Al-Daras said that a massive march started from the […]

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Five Injured, Two Missing After Israeli Air Raid Targeting Southern Gaza

PNN – Palestine News Network -14.07.11 – 10:25 Gaza – PNN – Five men were injured and two are missing after Israeli fighter jets targeted an underground tunnel at Rafah City in the southern Gaza Strip. According to local sources, jet fighters targeted a tunnel that is being used to get construction materials into the […]

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IOF razes five wells, arrests seven Palestinians in West Bank

[ 14/06/2011 – 04:33 PM ] AL-KHALIL, (PIC)– Clashes erupted as Israeli occupation forces began Tuesday razing five private wells in Harayiq south of Al-Khalil city and rounded up several Palestinians across the West Bank. The wells were property of Palestinian Abdul-Hameed al-Jamal and his son Samer. The soldiers raided the Harayiq area Tuesday morning […]

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Palestinians mark uprooting; 5 reported killed

Palestinians youths wave flags and chant slogans during a rally calling for a reconciliation between the rival Palestinian leading factions Hamas in Gaza and Fatah in the West Bank, in Gaza City, Tuesday, March 15, 2011. (AP Photo/Adel Hana) Date: Sunday May. 15, 2011 8:03 AM ET Israeli troops clashed with Arab protesters along two […]

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Israeli FM: Five European States to Recognize Hamas

According to an Israeli broadcast Israel voiced its utmost concern over the Egyptian authorities’ intention to reopen the Rafah Border Crossing with the Gaza Strip in the coming few days, and to let it open around the clock. Sunday, May 1,2011 12:12| IkhwanWeb According to an Israeli broadcast Israel voiced its utmost concern over the […]

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ei: Israeli attacks on Gaza kill 5, injure 30

Rami Almeghari, The Electronic Intifada, 7 April 2011 Israeli air strikes on Gaza killed five and injured dozens more on Thursday, 7 April. (Ismael Mohamad/UPI) As Palestinians were preparing for their weekend this Thursday afternoon, all of a sudden barrages of Israeli artillery fire and air raids by warplanes struck several regions of the Gaza […]

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Daily Roundup: Two More Injured in Gaza Airstrikes, Five Arrests in Hebron

23.03.11 – 10:22| PNN – Palestine News Network Gaza City – PNN – One day after Israeli airstrikes killed eight Palestinians in a day of escalating aggression, an unmanned Israeli drone wounded two Palestinians on Wednesday morning, one critically. Gaza City (PNN Archive). The attack happened in the al-Shouja’iya neighborhood of eastern Gaza City, the […]

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Five locals injured in Bil’in’s weekly demonstration

18 March 2011 | Friends of Freedom and Justice, Bil’in The slogan of this week’s peaceful demonstration in Bil’in was to ‘End the Division and Occupation.’ Many international and Israeli activists participated alongside local residents of Bil’in and neighboring villages. Joining them were also the hunger strikers of the 15/March movement currently staying in Al- […]

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SUSPECT IN SETTLEMENT MURDERS NOT A PALESTINIAN : ARMY SILENT ON THIS

March 15, 2011 at 12:49 by DesertPeace It’s easier to put the blame on  a Palestinian than reveal the truth. How else can settlement expansion be justified to the world? It is noted that the Israeli army knows of the information leading to the suspect  but refuse to announce or deal with it for political […]

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Resheq: Itamar attack could be homicide

[ 13/03/2011 – 10:46 AM ]   DAMASCUS, (PIC)– Political bureau member of Hamas Ezzet Al-Resheq has said that his movement was not involved in the Itamar attack near Nablus. He affirmed in a statement late Saturday that Hamas and other Palestinian resistance factions do not target children. The Hamas leader did not rule out […]

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Gaza govt: Settler attackers may not be Palestinian

Gaza govt: Settler attackers may not be Palestinian Published today (updated) 13/03/2011 11:57 Israeli soldiers block access to a house where five Israelis were murdered in the Jewish settlement of Itamar. Angry Israeli settlers entered a village near Nablus on Sunday after the grisly murder of a family of five, as police went on high […]

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Settler attacks against Palestinians escalate

Settler attacks against Palestinians escalate Published today 10:47 BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) – As the Shabbat ended Saturday evening, Israeli settlers raided Palestinian villages and towns across the West Bank, injuring several Palestinians. The raids followed the killing of a family of five Israelis in Itamar settlement in Nablus overnight Friday. A three-month-old baby Hadas, Elad, 4, […]

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Israel announces huge settlement expansion

Israel announces huge settlement expansion Published today 09:45 JERUSALEM (Ma’an) –Israel on Sunday announced massive expansions to illegal Jewish-only settlements in the occupied West Bank, a day after a five Israelis were killed in a brutal attack in Itamar settlement. Some 500 new housing units have been approved in Etzion, Ma’ale Adumim, Ariel and Kiryat […]

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Israel OKs settlement construction after West Bank attack

Published, March 13, 2011 Settlement construction The Israeli government has approved the construction of hundreds of homes in West Bank settlements, the prime minister’s office said Sunday. This came after three children and their parents were slaughtered in a settlement over the weekend. Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu has accused the Palestinian Authority of incitement and […]

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