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Israel’s hell has begun

[ 11/09/2011 – 06:43 PM ] By Khalid Amayreh in occupied Jerusalem The latest dignity-inspiring reflexes against Israel by the Turkish government and Egyptian protestors is undoubtedly a heartening, good news for hundreds of millions of people around the world who over many decades watched rather helplessly a manifestly criminal Israel torment, humiliate and murder […]

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Living Hell in Tel Rumeida

PNN – Palestine News Network –  15.08.11 – 11:09 PNN Exclusive/ By Alessandra Bajec – The first time I visited Hebron and thereafter, I thought the Old City, with its 700 Israeli settlers living under heavy protection by the army amongst about 30,000 Palestinians, is the most insane place I have seen on earth. Until […]

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Izzie in HolyLand | Part 21: Hell freezes over in Israel

Sunday, April 24 2011|Ami Kaufman | +972 Magazine Izzie: Ruthie! Get me the minister of interior security in here!Ruthie: Yes Mam! Yitzhak Aharonovitz: Mam, you called for me? Izzie: Yeah. Sit down, Yitzhak. Aharonovitz: What can I do for you? Izzie: I just read about this brutal murder in Jaffa. Aharonovitz: Oh yeah, that. Five […]

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Palestinian Refugee Camps: ‘Perpetual Hell’

By Stuart Littlewood | April 1. 2011 A delegation of parliamentarians has returned from a tour of the refugee camps in Lebanon and made its report. It was led by former British government minister Sir Gerald Kaufman MP and included four members of the European Parliament and three of the British Parliament. The delegation’s purpose […]

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Twana Village: Living in Settler Hell

30.03.11 – 12:35- PNN – Palestine News Network Muhannad al-Adm – Hebron – PNN/Exclusive – The al-Ra’bi family lives in the village of Twana, south of Hebron in the southern West Bank, in a lasting state of panic induced by the settlers in the nearby outpost of Ma’oun, built on Twana’s land. The Twana villagers […]

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The day all hell broke loose

by Zeinab S. Fayyad on January 13, 2011   The author sent us this is a short story he wrote about his brother’s death in 2001 during the second Intifada. He was shot by an Israeli soldier. I was only nine years old. In the street, there was I playing with our neighbors’ kids when […]

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