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Salah exclusion appeal to be heard Monday

[ 25/09/2011 – 09:05 PM ] LONDON, (PIC)– An immigration court in Birmingham is slated to hear Monday September 26 a deportation appeal by Palestinian political leader Sheikh Raed Salah. Salah was arrested some three months ago after entering the UK as Home Secretary Theresa May had issued and an exclusion order barring him from […]

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Palestine to Participate in Arab Meeting on Monday to Prepare for UN

PNN – Palestine News Network – 07.09.11 – 13:54 Bethlehem – PNN The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Riyad Al-Maliki has declared that Palestine will participate in an international Arab meeting in Cairo to prepare for Palestine’s membership bid to the UN. (AP Photo/David Goldman) According to Al-Malki, Palestinians will participate in a meeting with the […]

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Freedom Flotilla II to try and sail to Gaza on Monday

[ 03/07/2011 – 11:36 AM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Freedom Flotilla II will try to set sail to Gaza on Monday in spite of Greece’s decision to prevent all flotilla vessels from departing its port, flotilla organizers have announced. The European campaign to end the siege on Gaza, a major organizer of the flotilla, told Quds […]

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West Bank-Jordan | Allenby Bridge crossing to see reduced hours Monday

May 7, 2011 JERICHO (Ma’an) — The Allenby Bridge border crossing between the West Bank and Jordan will be open from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. on Monday, closing early as Israel observes its Independence Day, Palestinian officials said. The Palestinian police department in Jericho announced the curtailed hours on Sunday, noting that normal operations […]

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Asian convoy to break Gaza siege to land in Syria Monday

[ 20/12/2010 – 11:53 AM ]   DAMASCUS, (PIC)– A Gaza-bound humanitarian aid convoy dubbed Asia Convoy 1 has landed in Turkey and is scheduled to make its next stop in Syria on Monday before heading out to Egypt’s Al Arish port and then reaching its final destination. The convoy carries 200 passengers from 15 […]

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