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UPDATED: Cousins of teenager murdered at checkpoint arrested ~ by @IsmPalestine

18th May 2013 | International Solidarity Movement, Team Nablus | ‘Anabta, Occupied Palestine UPDATED: Two brothers of the arrested Deiyaa’ Nassar, cousins of the murdered Amer Nassar, were arrested last week Monday, May 13 past 2 am at night. Deiyaa’ Nassar, 19, and Fadi Abu-’Asr continue to be held in Mejiddo Israeli prison as their […]

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#GazaUnderAttack | VIDEO | Turkey’s Ahmet Davutoğlu cries with brothers of Gaza over their losses

Nov 20, 2012 #GazaUnderAttack | NOV 20, 2012 | LIVE BLOG #GazaUnderAttack | NOV 19, 2012 | LIVE BLOG #GazaUnderAttack | NOV 18, 2012 | LIVE BLOG #GazaUnderAttack | NOV 17, 2012 | LIVE BLOG #GazaUnderAttack | NOV 16, 2012 | LIVE BLOG #GazaUnderAttack | NOV 15, 2012 | LIVE BLOG #GazaUnderAttack | NOV 13, […]

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Israeli occupation soldiers storm houses of Hamas leader, relatives of deported ex-prisoners

Note from occpal: Previously by Israel released prisoners received a Presidential Pardon of Peres. Also called Amnesty or Clemency by law to restore ones civil rights and being totally pardoned for the (alleged) crimes if even in the case of Palestinians’ ever charged before at all. Re-arresting pardoned prisoners without any charge is a severe […]

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#PHOTOS | The Funeral of Shaheed Akram Badee’a Bader. Assassinated by Israel – July 31, 2012

Aug 1, 2012 Below’s photography is related to the news about the assassination of 40 year old, father of 3 children Akram Badee’a Bader (Click to see the OVERVIEW) Photography . ஜ۩۞۩ஜ Martyred By Israeli Occupation Attacks انّا للہ و انّا الیه راجعون May Allah Subhana wa Ta’ ala grant the Shuhada Jannatul Firdaus, and […]

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#PalHunger | Nafha prisoners refuse to receive relatives because of strip search

[ PIC 30/05/2012 – 05:58 PM ] RAMALLAH, (PIC)– Palestinian prisoners in Nafha jail refused on Wednesday to receive their visitors after they were subjected to humiliating strip search especially women, human rights sources said. They said that the prisoners, specifically those from Jerusalem and 1948 occupied land, refused to receive their relatives after they […]

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UFree slams IOA for barring families from traveling to their relatives in exile

Related: When will the UN bring Human Rights to Palestine? [ 13/11/2011 – 10:38 AM ] WEST BANK, (PIC)– The Israeli occupation authority (IOA) still bars dozens of Palestinian families from leaving the West Bank to meet their exiled relatives who were released as part of the swap deal with Hamas Movement, according to UFree, […]

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Relatives of exiled prisoners visit the Gaza Strip

Palestine’s Prisoners | Pictures | Topic | Category – Torture | History | Category Maan News Agency | October 25, 2011 GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — The families of four detainees recently released in the prisoner swap deal between Hamas and Israel arrived in Gaza on Monday to visit their relatives, a Ma’an correspondent said. The […]

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Relatives of West Bank political prisoners hold sit-in

[ 30/07/2011 – 10:38 AM ] NABLUS, (PIC)– Scores of Palestinians held a sit-in at Dawar al-Shuhada Square downtown Nablus amid demands for the release of their relatives held as political prisoners in the prisons of the Palestinian Authority. Elements from the PA’s preventative security agency already arrested one protester for joining the sit-in and […]

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Relatives of political detainees stage sit-in

[ 29/06/2011 – 08:28 AM ] AL-KHALIL, (PIC)– Relatives of political detainees in the prisons of the Palestinian Authority in Ramallah are to stage a sit-in in Al-Khalil at noon Wednesday to protest political detention and military trials of detainees. They said in a statement on Tuesday the protest was an attempt to declare absolute […]

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Relatives of political detainees stage sit-in

[ 19/06/2011 – 09:14 AM ] Nablus, (PIC)– A committee of relatives of political detainees in the West Bank said that a sit-in would be staged on Monday in each of Nablus and Al-Khalil to demand release of their relatives in PA jails. It said in a press release that the rallies would be staged […]

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Sparse funeral highlights villagers’ isolation

March 28, 2011 QALQILIYA (Ma’an) — A sparsely attended funeral on Sunday in a village surrounded by Israel’s separation wall highlighted the isolation of communities cut off from their neighbors and relatives. When Sheik A’tta Ash-Shu’ur, an elderly resident of Arab Ar-Ramadin Al-Janubi, passed away Sunday morning, village representative Kassab Ash-Shu’ur requested permission from the […]

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Families demand Abbas to prove his good faith and free their relatives

17/03/2011 – 10:59 AM   WEST BANK, (PIC)– Some families of political detainees in the West Bank said that de facto president Mahmoud Abbas should prove that his intention to end the inter-Palestinian division is sincere through releasing their relatives from his jails. A spokesman for the families said that the news of arresting four […]

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Relatives of political detainees call for rally

[ 13/03/2011 – 11:08 AM ]   AL-KHALIL, (PIC)– A committee composed of relatives of political detainees in the Palestinian Authority jails in Ramallah has called for a massive rally in Al-Khalil on Sunday morning. It said in a statement on Saturday that the committee, also grouping relatives of those dismissed by the PA for […]

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Angered relatives close UNRWA clinic after death of refugee child

[ 10/03/2011 – 11:52 AM ]   SIDON, (PIC)– Palestinians angered at the preventable death of Mohammed Nabeeh Taha, 11,  have closed the UNRWA clinic inside the Wadi al-Halwa refugee camp in Lebanon. They took to the streets alongside local Palestinian forces holding the child’s body protesting the recent marked decline in services the UN […]

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Relatives: Detainees in Egyptian jails on 15th day of hunger strike

[ 06/03/2011 – 03:03 PM ]   GAZA, (PIC)– Relatives of Palestinians held in the Egyptian jails of Aqrab and Burj Al-Arab affirmed that their next of kin were still on hunger strike for the 15th day running protesting their continued incarceration. They told a press conference in Gaza city on Sunday that the detainees […]

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