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Abu Marzouk: Israeli decision to divide Al-Aqsa will not pass | #Nakba65

ACTION ALERT | #NAKBA65 65 YEARS NAKBA = ENOUGH! [ PIC 14/05/2013 – 09:32 PM ] CAIRO, (PIC)– Dr. Mousa Abu Marzouk, member of the political bureau of Hamas, denounced the Israeli Knesset decision to divide Al-Aqsa Mosque as an expression of “freedom of worship” as it claims. Abu Marzouk warned in remarks on Monday […]

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Only 2 years left for Mideast deal, Kerry warns

Maan News Agency | April 17, 2013 WASHINGTON (AFP) — US Secretary of State John Kerry again warned Wednesday that time was slipping away to reach a Middle East peace deal, but for the first time said there may only be a year or two left. Appearing before US lawmakers for the first time since […]

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Anti-Semitism: What it IS and is NOT ~ by Alan Hart (@alanauthor)

By Alan Hart | Jan 31, 2013 | Sabbah Report QUOTE An anti-Semite used to be a person who disliked Jews. Now it is a person who Jews dislike UNQUOTE Illustration by Gerald Scarfe Those are the words of my dear Jewish friend, Nazi (Auschwitz) holocaust survivor Dr. Hajo Myer. They are taken from page […]

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#WestBankUnderAttack | Israel says won’t retreat on settlement plan

Maan News Agency | Dec 3, 2012 JERUSALEM (Reuters) — Israel will not backtrack on a settlement expansion plan that has drawn strong international condemnation, an official in Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office said on Monday. “Israel will continue to stand by its vital interests, even in the face of international pressure, and there […]

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#Gaza | Hamas: Ceasefire deal does not include end to arms smuggling

Maan News Agency | Nov 23, 2012 BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) – The ceasefire agreement signed Wednesday with Israel did not include a commitment by Egypt to prevent smuggling of arms into the Gaza Strip, a senior Hamas leader said. Izzat al-Rishiq wrote on his Facebook page Saturday that “it is not true, as some claim, that […]

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Premier Qendil: Supplying Gaza with power does not affect Egypt’s electricity

[ PIC 12/08/2012 – 08:34 AM ] CAIRO, (PIC)– Egyptian premier Hisham Qendil said on Saturday that the repeated power outages that happened in Egypt during the last few days had nothing to do with his country’s electricity supply to the Gaza Strip. Qendil told a news conference in the presence of the electricity minister […]

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ESCWA: Perpetuation of Israeli occupation not acceptable

[ PIC 04/08/2012 – 03:05 PM ] NEW YORK, (PIC)– The United Nations has said that the Israeli violations and aggression in the occupied Palestinian territories do not serve the peace process. The international organization pointed out, in its yearly report on the economic and social effects of the Israeli occupation, that the continued occupation […]

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Israel obstructs the peace, and is paid handsomely for it ~ by Jonathan Cook

Jonathan Cook | The National | Jul 29, 2012 Israel has barely put a foot right with the international community since its attack on Gaza more than three years ago provoked global revulsion. The right-wing government of Benjamin Netanyahu has serially defied and insulted foreign leaders, including US President Barack Obama; given the settlers virtual […]

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Israeli human rights lawyer: Levy Report shows occupation is not temporary

+972 Magazine | July 23, 2012 The recent government-sanctioned Levy Report on settlement outposts unmasks the comfortable lie that Israeli government lawyers have told the courts and the rest of the world for decades, namely that Israel’s presence in the West Bank is temporary and measures designating Palestinian land and natural resources for Israeli use […]

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Haniyeh: “The resistance will not fail”

Qassam Website 10-07-2012,11:32 Al Qassam website- Gaza- The PM Ismail Haniyeh attended the graduation ceremony of the 14th batch of graduates of the University College of Applied Sciences, congratulating the graduate students and their families as well as the College. Haniyeh stressed that all participations in the education and support domain proves the government’s support […]

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Al-Qassam: We back the national unity but not with an Israeli-allied party

[ PIC 02/07/2012 – 04:12 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Al-Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas, said it backs the Palestinian reconciliation, but it should not be with parties working for the Israeli occupation and the Americans. “The reconciliation must be built on national foundations and a program of genuine resistance against the occupation, but […]

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Palestinian naivety ~ by Khalid Amayreh

By Khalid Amayreh | Palestinian Information Center | June 3, 2012 The recent agreement between Fatah and Hamas to patch up their differences is raising many eyebrows in Occupied Palestine and beyond. Discouraged by the numerous fiascos of the past, many Palestinians think the agreement will eventually evaporate into another disappointment. Others prefer to look […]

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Abu Ataya warns Israel of targeting resistance fighters

[ PIC 22/04/2012 – 10:23 AM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Abu Ataya, the Nasser Salahuddin Brigades’ spokesman, has warned Israel of targeting his armed wing’s cadres or leaders. He said in a terse statement on Saturday night that any such targeting would entail serious consequences and the “Zionist enemy will pay a heavy price”. Aby Ataya […]

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PA pressures Fatah prisoners to not participate in the hunger strike

[ Palestinian Information Center – 20/04/2012 – 07:25 PM ] RAMALLAH, (PIC)– Sources from occupation prisons told PIC on Thursday that the Palestinian Authority in Ramallah pressured prisoners affiliated with Fatah movement to not participate in the Hunger strike, which was launched three days ago. The sources added that the PA leadership ordered imprisoned Fatah […]

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‘Israel cannot legally ban pro-Palestinian activists bound for West Bank’ | #Airflotilla2

Ahead of planned fly-in protest, lawyer who defended activists who took part in 2011 ‘flytilla’ says protesters must gain entry to Israel in order to request West Bank entry from IDF. By Jack Khoury | Haaretz | April 11, 2012 Israel’s Interior Ministry has no authority to refuse entry to activists taking part in Sunday’s […]

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