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Israeli Navy Attack Aid Ship to Gaza and Force it Back to Egypt

PNN – Palestine News Network – 16.05.11 – 11:15 Egypt – PNN – Israeli Naval forces attacked and intercepted on Monday morning aid boat named “The Spirit of Rachel Corrie Mission” off the Gaza coast. The ship’s 12 crew and passengers are safe. Currently the ship has been forced to anchor in the Egyptian waters […]

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Rachel Corrie Case: State again reschedules testimony of Col. Pinky Zuaretz

26 April 2011 | Rachel Corrie Foundation | ISM In another round of last minute maneuvering, attorneys for the State in Corrie vs. State of Israel requested that testimony from their highest-ranking witness be postponed. Former Brigade Commander Colonel Pinhas (Pinky) Zuaretz, who was scheduled to testify on April 27, will not testify until May […]

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Tearful April Mornings

By Hatim Kanaaneh ‘April is the cruelest month.’ — T. S. Eliot. In rural Palestine we belittle men who cry. Only women let their tears flow freely. It is considered less than manly. Real men are stoic and conceal their pain, physical as well as emotional. At least in public, I try to conform to […]

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The Corries speak at The Bilin Sixth Annual Conference on Palestinian Popular Resistance – video

haitham al katib, Apr 22, 2011 | IMEU The 6th annual Bil’in conference on popular resistance opened in a festive opening session attended by Palestinian, Israeli, and International activists and was dedicated to slain activists Rachel Corrie, Vittorio Arrigoni, Bassem and Jawaher Abu Rahmah and Juliano Mer-Khamis. Cindy Corrie, the mother of the murdered ISM […]

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Colonel Pinhas (Pinky) Zuaretz to testify in Corrie trial Wed, April 27th

20 April 2011 | The Rachel Corrie Foundation In a breaking development, an Israeli court has granted the State’s request to move the testimony of former Brigade Commander Pinhas (Pinky) Zuaretz to next week, Wednesday, April 27, nearly one month prior to his originally scheduled appearance. A 5-page affidavit for the witness was only issued […]

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Corrie trial resumes in Haifa court with testimony of bulldozer unit commander

Posted on: April 1, 2011 | International Soliaity Movement 29 March 2010 | Rachel Corrie Foundation After a five month recess, the Haifa District Court will resume hearings Sunday, April 3, in the civil lawsuit filed by Rachel Corrie’s family against the State of Israel for her unlawful killing in Rafah, Gaza on March 16, […]

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Rachel Corrie trial resumes

March 31, 2011 BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — The civil lawsuit brought by parents of slain American peace activist Rachel Corrie against the state of Israel will resume Sunday, the foundation named after her said Wednesday. The Haifa district court will open hearings on April 3 and 6, in which Israeli soldiers and colleagues of Corrie who […]

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Rachel Corrie: A worldwide symbol of the Palestinian struggle

  By ARAB NEWS Published: Mar 16, 2011 19:44 Updated: Mar 16, 2011 19:44 GAZA STRIP: Eight years ago, on March 16, Rachel Corrie’s life was snuffed out in Gaza Strip by an Israeli armored military D-9 bulldozer. An Israel Defense Forces (IDF) bulldozer crushed her when she was kneeling in front of a Palestinian’s […]

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M16: Remembering Rachel Corrie and All Who Work for Justice in the Middle East | The Rachel Corrie Foundation for Peace and Justice

Rachel Corrie On the eighth anniversary of the death of Rachel Corrie – the Olympia woman crushed to death by an Israeli military Caterpillar bulldozer as she stood protecting a Palestinian family’s home in Gaza – we come together to remember Rachel and to stand in solidarity with the Palestinian people who continue to suffer […]

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Human rights activist Corrie set an example for those left behind

ind 06 February 2011, Sunday / ZEYNEP KILIÇ / SEVİNÇ ÖZARSLAN, İSTANBUL 0 At the start of 2003, the year that Israeli attacks against the Palestinians began to increase, a young woman of 23 arrived in Gaza from very distant lands. Her only mission was to declare “Stop!” against injustice, unfairness and tyranny. But in […]

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Slain Gaza activist’s parents thank Turkey

Friday, January 28, 2011 FADIL ALIRIZA ISTANBUL – Hürriyet Daily News Rachel Corrie, an activist from the United States was killed by an Israeli bulldozer in Gaza in 2003. Hürriyet photo A play based on the life of Rachel Corrie, an activist from the United States killed in 2003 while attempting to prevent an Israeli […]

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Recognizing the Mavi Marmara Dead and All of Gaza’s Heroes

Tim King Salem-News.com Dec 30, 2010 Many have laid down their lives in the effort to see Gaza liberated; they paid the ultimate price and should be recognized. Salem-News.com artwork by Austin King. Special thanks to cultures of resistance and the film “Gazastrophe” (SALEM, Ore.) – It seems more than legitimate that the names of […]

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An Open Letter from Gaza: Two Years after the Massacre, a Demand for Justice

Sunday, 26 December 2010 19:22 Ronan Macfield                 UK, December 26, (Pal Telegraph) – We the Palestinians of the Besieged Gaza Strip, on this day, two years on from Israel’s genocidal attack on our families, our houses, our roads, our factories and our schools, are saying enough inaction, […]

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Rachel Corrie’s family meet daughter’s killer in court

[ 18/10/2010 – 08:42 PM ]   OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– A court hearing will be held next Thursday to listen to the testimonies of witnesses in the death of American activist Rachel Corrie, who was killed in cold blood by an Israeli bulldozer driver in Rafah in 2003. The Israeli court decided to hear the […]

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Lawsuit for U.S. activist killed in Gaza to resume Thursday

[ 07/10/2010 – 08:53 AM ]   NAZARETH, (PIC)– A case filed by the family of American activist Rachel Corrie against Israel over the deliberate murder of their daughter in the Gaza Strip city of Rafah will resume on Thursday in Haifa, 1948 occupied Palestine. A U.S. student and human rights activist from Olympia, Washington, […]

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