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#Israel to pay high price over settlement plan

Former Israeli Premier Ehud Olmert says the Israeli regime will have to “pay a high price” over the settlement policies of incumbent Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. PressTV | Dec 8, 2012 “Bibi Netanyahu is isolating Israel from the entire world in an unprecedented way, and we will pay a high price in every facet of […]

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How Gaza’s Children Are Paying the Price

The Trippli Post | June 26, 2012   Gaza children the victims of Israeli aggression By Karen Dabrowska (The Tripoli Post correspondent in London) For over five years more than 1.6 million people in Gaza, more than half of whom are children, have been under blockade, in violation of international law. A report by Save […]

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Besieged Gaza paid the price for the release of the prisoners ~ by Haneen Zoabi

Gaza Under Attack – in pictures By Haneen Zoabi* | October 25, 2011 | Sabbah Report Without doubt, the prisoner exchange deal between Hamas and Israel is a huge achievement for the Palestinians. Ex-Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said in 2006 that he would not give in to Hamas and would not release any Palestinian […]

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Haniyeh: Gaza paid ‘dear price’ to free prisoners

Maan News Agency | October 14, 2011 GAZA CITY (Reuters) — Days ahead of a prisoner swap deal with Israel, the prime minister of the Palestinian government in Gaza said the people there paid a  “dear price” to free detainees. Ismail Haniyeh said Friday that “Our people today will harvest the fruit of one destination […]

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Davutoglu : “It is time Israel pays a price”

Related: The Mavi Marmara Massacre New York Times | Sept 2, 2011 ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey says it is expelling the Israeli ambassador and cutting military ties with Israel over the country’s refusal to apologize for last year’s deadly raid on a Gaza-bound flotilla. Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Friday Turkey is downgrading diplomatic […]

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Germany Sells Nuclear-Capable Submarines to Israel at Discount Price

PNN – Palestine News Network -19.07.11 – 11:16 Jerusalem- PNN- The sixth and final German submarine is awaiting the transfer of 135 million Euros from Israel before it makes its journey to join the Israeli Naval force (IN).  Sale of the hybrid electronic/diesel, nuclear-capable, vessel has been stalled in negotiations for the last year. Israel […]

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Why We, as Women of Color, Join the Call for Divestment From Israel

Photo: David Silverman/Getty Images by Barbara Ransby – COLORLINES – Wednesday, July 13 2011, 9:53 AM EST Editor’s note: Barbara Ransby, a regular Colorlines.com contributor, joined a delegation of women of color visiting Palestine last month. The group of academics and activists, which included Angela Davis, emerged from the trip in support of a campaign […]

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Thabit warns: Relinquishing right of return might be price for Palestinian state

[ 18/06/2011 – 11:03 AM ] BEIRUT, (PIC)– The Beirut-based Thabit organization for the Palestinian refugees’ right of return warned Friday that the Palestinian Authority’s attempt to seek statehood with the UN risks relinquishing the Palestinian refugees’ right of return for good. The statement came Friday after PA president Mahmoud Abbas called on European nations […]

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The Costs of Finding Osama

by Billy Wharton / May 3rd, 2011 | Dissedent Voice In the play Doctor Faustus, author Christopher Marlowe described Helen of Troy as the “face that launched a thousand ships.” Marlowe used the phrase to describe the manner in which Helen’s beauty supposedly motivated the Greek armies to attack Troy. Taking a page from this […]

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Mubarak probed over gas price fixing

PressTV –  Sat Mar 5, 2011 3:34PM Reports say Egypt’s ousted President Hosni Mubarak and his former petroleum minister are being investigated for selling artificially cheap gas to Israel. This comes after chief prosecutor received evidence that Mubarak and Sameh Fahmy had sold natural gas to Israel and several Western countries for artificially low prices. […]

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British Author Condemns Israeli Policies While Accepting ‘Jerusalem Prize’ – International Middle East Media Center

Tuesday February 22, 2011 11:45 by Saed Bannoura – IMEMC News Speaking to an audience that included a number of Israeli officials, including President Shimon Peres and Culture Minister Limor Livnat, British author Ian McEwan strongly criticized Israel’s policies of land confiscation and the Israeli law of the “right of return” which applies only to […]

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Gaza government warns merchants against price hikes

[ 30/01/2011 – 05:37 PM ]   GAZA, (PIC)– The Palestinian government of Ismail Haneyya in Gaza Strip on Sunday assured citizens of the availability of all food and fuel supplies in the wake of the unrest in neighboring Egypt. A statement for the government media office said that all kinds of foodstuff and fuel […]

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Price of Dignity: Palestine’s Political Prisoners

22:43 01/27/2011 Many of the Palestinian political prisoners are minors. By Kim Bullimore – The West Bank Currently there are more than 11,000 Palestinian political prisoners locked up in Israel’s jails. This week, I found out that my friend Hasan (not his real name) is one of them. When in Ramallah, I mentioned to a […]

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Bil’in: A village in mourning

One West Bank family has paid the highest price for their village’s peaceful pursuit of justice. Al Jazeera | Renee Lewis Last Modified: 07 Jan 2011 17:55 GMT Bassem Abu Rahmah, a pillar of non-violence in the village of Bil’in, was shot in the chest with a high-velocity teargas canister and died on his way […]

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