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Israeli occupation closes streets, confiscates lands in Jerusalem

“Settling” constitutes a warcime according to international law and ICC statute. Even under US’ own military legislations’ Law resources below this article [ PIC 13/06/2013 – 09:28 PM ] OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– Israeli occupation police closed main streets leading to the Old City in occupied Jerusalem on Thursday, local sources said. The Israeli decision to […]

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Israel grabs last remaining Muslim area near the Al-Buraq Mosque

MEMO | April 11, 2013 Israel has accelerated its digging and destruction around the Al-Magharbeh Gates, which is an essential part of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the Al-Aqsa Foundation for Islamic Endowments and Heritage said in a statement on Thursday. “Dozens of workers are working on a daily basis to clear the underground ways connecting Israeli […]

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Ex-Mossad Chief Meir Dagan says ruling regime in Israel more dangerous than ‘Iranian threat’

Middle East Monitor | May 1, 2012 Former Mossad Chief, Meir Dagan, has said that Yuval Diskin, the former director of Shin Bet (Israel’s Security Agency), was speaking his “internal truth” when he criticized Israel’s Prime Minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, and Defence Minister, Ehud Barak. Dagan made his statements on Sunday at a conference organized by […]

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Larry Derfner Fired by Jerusalem Post

Aug 29,  2011 « Tikun Olam-תיקון עולם: Make the World a Better Place | Richard Silverstein The subtitle of this post should be: “And then there was one.”   A year ago or so, the Jerusalem Post fired one its few liberal commentators, Naomi Chazan, when the paper ran a disgusting Im Tirzu ad caricaturing […]

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Derfner’s next assignment

by Eleanor Kilroy on August 30, 2011 | Mondoweiss I wonder if I am being uncharitable in thinking that Larry Derfner got himself into this predicament by failing to apply moral standards consistently. Any such ethical position would, of course, have got him fired from JPost, but at least he’d have fallen more firmly on […]

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