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Amnesty International: The separation wall is an ongoing violation of international law

[ PIC 23/03/2013 – 02:25 PM ] LONDON, (PIC)– Amnesty International considered that the Israeli apartheid wall built on Palestinian lands in occupied West Bank represents an ongoing violation of international law because “it is cutting off Palestinians from their farmland.” The organization said in a report: “Palestinian farmers in the northern West Bank village […]

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VIDEO | Israel builds new barrier in illegally occupied Golan Heights

“Settling” constitutes a warcime according to international law and ICC statute. Even under US’ own military legislations’ Law resources below this article Published on Jan 1, 2013by PressTV The Israeli army has started to build a new wall near Syria in the Occupied Golan Height. Tel Aviv says the barrier will start from the southern […]

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#VIDEO | Welcome to Bir Nabala: Transformed into a Ghost-Town due to the Israeli Apartheid Wall

Nov 5, 2012 by btselem The town of Bir Nabala, next to Jerusalem, is trapped in an enclave of the Separation Barrier. A residential suburb of East Jerusalem since the 1970s, Bir Nabala enjoyed relative prosperity in the 1990s thanks to its central location and easy access to Ramallah and East Jerusalem, and from there […]

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Weekly Demo’s against Israeli occupation & Apartheid Wall – Jan 13, 2012 – in pictures

Ethnic Cleansing – Topic | Settlement Construction – Category – Pictures Watch Caught on Camera: Ethnic Cleansing Israel is NOT looking for Peace but for this: “Greater Israel” Published by Radical Settler Movement On Aug 30,2010 Before previous peacetalks Netanyahu VOWED NO CONCESSIONS: “Eretz Israel” stretches from the med 2 river jordan INCL West Bank […]

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Op Ed: Al-Walajeh, a Village Soon Surrounded

Ethnic Cleansing – Topic | Settlement Construction – Category – Pictures PNN – Palestine News Network – 23.11.11 – 20:29 Construction has been underway on the wall surrounding al-Walajeh for several years (Brendan Work, PNN). by Aaron Rotenberg The village of al-Walajeh, 4 km northwest of Bethlehem, is in the thorny position of sitting right […]

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Ni’lin Village – Struggle Against The Apartheid Wall 18.11.2011 – video

Settler Violence Topic | Category | Pictures | New: Interactive Map by NilinVillage – Nov 18, 2011     Gaza Under Attack – in pictures | Attacks on Gaza – Timeline Israel is NOT looking for Peace but for this: “Greater Israel” Published by Radical Settler Movement On Aug 30,2010 Before previous peacetalks Netanyahu VOWED […]

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Jerusalem: Explosions, arrests and violence as Israel clears way for settlement activity – in pictures

Ethnic Cleansing – Topic | Settlement Construction – Category – Pictures by Alistair George | 13 November 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank Three Palestinians were arrested and others were detained, beaten and pepper sprayed by the Israeli military in Al-Walajeh yesterday, as villagers attempted to prevent the detonation of explosives used to widen […]

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Egyptians Break Down the Wall around the Israeli Embassy

Related: A Nice Friday to Tear Down an Israeli Wall – in pictures A security wall erected around the Israeli embassy, a strong reminder of the West Bank barrier, was totally unacceptable in Cairo. by Ashraf Ezzat | September 12th, 2011 | Dissident Voice Last week, in the wake of  public anger over the killing of […]

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Court rejects Palestinian bid on Jerusalem barrier

“In a non-binding 2004 judgment, the International Court of Justice called for the dismantling of all parts of the separation barrier built on occupied territory.”   Maan News Agency | Aug 23, 2011 JERUSALEM (AFP) — An Israeli rights group criticized Tuesday a court decision upholding the route of Israel’s West Bank barrier, which cuts […]

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Israeli army arrests activists in West Bank

Eleven people detained after clashes erupt during protest against building of separation barrier in village of Walaja. Last Modified: 10 Aug 2011 19:28 Those arrested included Palestinian, Israeli and international activists protesting against the construction of a barrier Israeli army troops have arrested 11 people after clashes erupted during a demonstration in Walaja, a village […]

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حفر قبره قبل ان يموت واوقف الجدار ولم يحصل على وسام

انّا للہ و انّا الیه راجعون نشر الـيـوم (آخر تحديث) 07/08/2011 الساعة 13:29 بيت لحم- معا- خربة سكاريا قرب معسكر عتصيون – توفي الحاج ابراهيم عطالله عن عمر يناهز (101 عاما)، وهو رمز الصمود في وجه الجدار الذي اقامه الاحتلال في العام 2004 ، حيث ظلّ صامدا في أرضه يدافع عن الخربة ونجح في وقف […]

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The Wall

  by Gilad Atzmon / May 31st, 2011 The Wall is a thought provoking new play based on Douglas Watkinson’s own experiences. At the age of sixty, David visits a British military cemetery in Israel. For the first time in his life he is about to call upon the grave of his father Ralph who […]

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Budrus Shows ‘White Intifada’ Can Beat the Israeli Occupation – video trailer

Posted: 05/11/11 04:41 PM ET | Huffington POst Many have long maintained that a mass-based and sustained campaign of nonviolent Palestinian resistance — a “White Intifada” — if vigorously supported by a united Palestinian leadership and by Israeli, Arab, and international peace and solidarity movements, could end the Israeli occupation of the West Bank, Gaza, […]

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Report: Palestinian anti-wall activist tortured, threatened with rape and execution by Shin Bet because of BDS activities

by Alex Kane on March 19, 2011 | Mondoweiss The Israeli government’s repression of the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement is growing ever more harsh. Domestically, earlier this month, “the Knesset plenum…approved in its first reading a ‘boycott law,’ which would levy harsh punitive fines on Israelis who call for academic or economic boycotts […]

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In Ajami and Mas’ha, evidence of the continuing Nakba

MondoWeiss | by Alex Kane on January 6, 2011 Sami Abushhadeh discusses Jaffa. (Video: Alex Kane) Ramallah, West Bank–The Palestinian catastrophe, the Nakba of 1948, never really ended. What has happened since then, as Yehouda Shenhav, an Israeli sociologist and the author of Bounded by the Green Line, puts it, is a “continuation of the […]

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