Tag Archives: nonviolence

Christian Peacemaker Team: Palestinians protest expansion of Havat Ma’on Outpost; Israeli Military responds with violence

9 July 2011 | Christian Peacemaker Team – At-Tuwani | ISM Carrying a large banner that read “We want to live in Peace and Dignity,” over one hundred Palestinians, internationals and Israeli activists marched in protest of an extension to the illegal Israeli settlement of Havat Ma’on on the morning of July 9th. In response […]

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PRESS RELEASE | U.S. Boat Rejects Israeli Army Allegation of Violence – Contact Details included

Passengers Reiterate Nonviolence Pledge, Openness to Neutral Inspection FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Athens: Donna Nevel, +30-694-266-3852; New York: Leslie Cagan, 347-581-1782 Twitter @USBoatToGaza Passengers on the U.S. boat to Gaza rejected as ludicrous and provocative an unsubstantiated accusation by the Israeli Army that passengers in the Gaza Freedom Flotilla plan to kill IDF soldiers with […]

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Palestine’s Hidden History of Nonviolence

You wouldn’t know it from the media coverage, but peaceful protests are nothing new for Palestinians. But if they are to succeed this time, the West needs to start paying attention. BY YOUSEF MUNAYYER | MAY 18, 2011 Last weekend, as tens of thousands of unarmed refugees marched toward Israel from all sides in a […]

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