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Impressions of Gaza ~ by Noam Chomsky

Al Qassam Website | 06-11-2012,09:45 Noam Chomsky – Even a single night in jail is enough to give a taste of what it means to be under the total control of some external force. And it hardly takes more than a day in Gaza to begin to appreciate what it must be like to try […]

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Drones Over Gaza: Searching for Dignity ~ by Rajaie Batniji

Global Research, August 8, 2012 “They were playing with their Atari last night.” This was my young cousin’s way of explaining why our street in Gaza had turned into an arrangement of chairs and tents for an outdoor funeral. He was, of course, referring to attacks by drones, which Gazans call “zennana” in an Arabic […]

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Israeli response to fly-in proves West Bank is the Palestinians’ prison | #Airflotilla2 #IsraeliJail

Monday, April 16 2012| Noam Sheizaf | 972 Magazine Advocates for Israel often claim that the Palestinians run their own life. Yet again and again it appears that the West Bank has become their prison. Israeli activist Michal Vexler arrested at Ben Gurion airport while demonstrating in favor of the ‘Welcome to Palestine’ fly-in on […]

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Israel wants freed prisoners sent to Gaza

Published 19/06/2011 An Israeli activist holds a flag with the image of abducted Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit in Jerusalem on June 2, 2011 [AFP/Gali Tibbon, File] BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — Israel is objecting to the release of dozens of Palestinian prisoners with life sentences to their homes in the occupied West Bank in exchange for a […]

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