Tag Archives: setback

The 1967-war revisited ~ by Khalid Amayreh

Al Qassam Website | 07-06-2012 | By Khalid Amayreh Part-1 When Israel occupied the West Bank in 1967, I was ten years old. Then, I didn’t fully grasp what was happening to us. Arab radio stations transmitting from Cairo, Damascus and Baghdad had been galvanizing us into believing that Israel’s days were numbered and that […]

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IOF violence in Occupied Al Khalil

[ PIC 06/06/2012 – 05:01 PM ] AL-KHALIL,(PIC)– The IOF attacked, on Wednesday afternoon, a memorial march to mark the forty-fifth anniversary of Naksa in al-Khalil city in the southern occupied West Bank. Eyewitnesses reported that the occupation forces have blocked the march by putting barbed wire on its way, preventing it from accessing Shuhada […]

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#Naksa | Israeli forces disperse Hebron Naksa demo

Maan News Agency | June 5, 2012 HEBRON (Ma’an) — Israeli forces dispersed demonstrators in the Old City of Hebron on Tuesday during commemorations of the 45th anniversary of the Naksa, or setback, of 1967. The demonstration, called by the popular committee against the wall in Hebron, was launched from the Zahda area in the […]

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#Naksa | Palestinians treated for gas inhalation in Ofer

[ PIC 05/06/2012 – 01:45 PM ] RAMALLAH, (PIC)– A number of Palestinian young men were treated for gas inhalation in front of the Israeli prison Ofer near Ramallah on Tuesday, local sources said. They said that the youths were marching in a peaceful demonstration to mark the 1967 war that ended with the Israeli […]

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#Naksa | The lies about the 1967 war are still more powerful than the truth ~ by @alanauthor

By Alan Hart | Redress | 5 June 2012 Alan Hart views the Zionist-manufactured myth that the 1967 war was a defensive war – rather than a war of aggression – launched by Israel because it faced a threat of extermination by its Arab neighbours, and laments the lazy – or Zionist-motivated – journalism which […]

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MADA: New Setbacks for Media Freedoms Last Month

PNN – Palestine News Network – Sept 12, 2011 According to a report by the Palestinian Center for Development and Media Freedoms (MADA), freedom of expression in Palestine faced a new setback in August when Israeli occupation forces arrested, detained and attacked journalists to prevent media coverage. The report says these incidents are major threats […]

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Flotilla stays resolved despite setback

  Sun Jul 3, 2011 3:4PM People wave as the US boat sails in the Perama port in southeastern Greece on July 1, 2011. Activists sailing with a Gaza Strip-bound aid vessel are to continue with their trip to the Israeli-blockaded sliver despite facing obstruction in their Greek stopover. The United States-flagged ship The Audacity […]

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