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Palestinians: The Usual Terror Suspects

Israeli border policemen arrest a Palestinian youth during clashes in the east Jerusalem Shufat refugee camp. (Photo: AFP – Marco Longari) By: Houssam Kanafani Published Monday, September 12, 2011 |  Al Akhbar English Palestinians were not immune from the fallout of the 9/11 attacks in New York. They were among those who paid a high […]

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Two suspects in Arrigoni murder arrested

17-04-2011,09:53 | – Ezzedeen Al-Qassam Brigades Al Qassam website– Gaza- The Gaza Interior Ministry has arrested two suspects as the probe continues into the murder of Italian activist Vittorio Arrigoni. His body was found in an empty Gaza apartment on Friday morning after he was kidnapped by men linked to a Salafi group who were […]

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Hamas holds 4 suspects over Italian’s murder

GAZA CITY (AFP) — The Hamas government said Saturday it has arrested two more suspects in connection with the murder of an Italian activist, hanged hours after his abduction. The interior ministry “managed to arrest two suspects” in the murder on Friday of pro-Palestinian activist Vittorio Arrigoni, in addition to two other suspects previously taken […]

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Awarta 1 Month under Siege: Collective Punishment Beneath the Blanket of World’s Silence & Ignorance

SPECIAL TOPIC …continuous updates… occupiedpalestine | Apr 12, 2011 For 1 whole month now,  the Village of ‘ Awarta is under curfew, suffering of disgusting Israeli agrression, curfews, arrest, violent forced DNA tests. While actually,  no one at all has been charged officialy for the horrible killing of 5 Jewish Settlers in the nearby situated […]

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Britain about to politicise the application of universal jurisdiction

Arrest warrant plans make a mockery of universal jurisdiction Giving suspects from ‘protected countries’ immunity from war crimes arrests would turn the UK into a safe haven for suspects Daniel Machover, 30 March 2011 |  Jews for Justice for Palestinians The rationale behind universal jurisdiction is that certain crimes – piracy, war crimes, genocide, torture, […]

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