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Hillary Clinton gives green light for Israeli attack on Gaza flotilla – Ali Abunimah

By Ali Abunimah | Electronic Intifada | Fri, 06/24/2011 In comments yesterday, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton seemed to lay the ground – indeed almost provide a green light – for an Israeli military attack on the upcoming Gaza Freedom Flotilla, which will include the US Boat to Gaza. Among the passengers aboard the […]

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No yellow no green on March 15

by Fidaa Abu Assi on March 18, 2011 | Mondoweiss Yes, we have some issues with colors. Although I hate neither Yellow nor Green, the last thing I’d be needing these days is to be dressed in either color; or else, I’d be accused of being either pro-Fatah or pro-Hamas, for we, sometimes, seem to […]

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Amnesty International public statement : US veto effectively gives Israel “green light” to expand illegal settlements

eastmed@amnesty.org –February 22, 2011– http://www.amnesty.org/en/library/info/MDE15/015/2011/en– AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC STATEMENT AI Index: MDE 15/015/2011 22 February 2011 US veto effectively gives Israel “green light” to expand illegal settlements Amnesty International has condemned the US veto of a UN Security Council resolution reaffirming that Israeli settlements in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT) are illegal and demanding that […]

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Green spaces to appropriate vast tracts of Palestinian land around Old City

Saturday, 19 February, 2011 | 12:18 Silwan, Jerusalem (SILWANIC) —  Reports were published in local Palestinian, national Israeli and foreign media in 2009 regarding the Israeli government’s intention to establish a band of gardens and green spaces around Jerusalem’s old city. The project, to be undertaken in collaboration with various Israeli settlement associations, aims to […]

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Israeli planners may approve largest beyond Green Line settlement project yet

[ 16/01/2011 – 04:13 PM ]   OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– The Jerusalem Planning and Construction Committee will discuss next week approval of the largest yet settlement project outside the Green Line in East Jerusalem. The project, expanding the Gilo settlement’s borders toward the West Bank, will include the construction of more than 1,400 residential units, […]

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