Tag Archives: won’t

Israel demolishes Bedouin village Al-Araqib for 50th time

Maan News Agency | May 9, 2013 BEERSHEBA, Israel (Ma’an) — Israel on Thursday demolished a Bedouin village in southern Israel for the 50th time in two years, locals said. A large force of Israeli police raided al-Arakib as bulldozers demolished homes in the Negev village, said local landowner Aziz al-Tori. “We confirmed that we […]

Continue reading

Palestinians Won’t Learn Israeli Lessons

  by Jillian Kestler-D’Amours | Antiwar.com | July 14, 2011 EAST JERUSALEM — Widespread strikes across Palestinian civil society could be in store for East Jerusalem at the start of the next school year, as the municipality moves ahead with its current plan to implement an Israeli curriculum in Palestinian schools. “I expect that the […]

Continue reading

ei: Palestinian Bedouins in al-Araqib: “We won’t leave”

Charlotte Silver, The Electronic Intifada, 17 March 2011 Sheikh Siyakh al-Turi in al-Araqib village (Elo B) Reclining under a recently constructed tent in the Bedouin village of al-Araqib, Sheikh Siyakh al-Turi gestured toward the bare terrain surrounding his home. “This is a great example to the world of what Israel is doing to its citizens,” […]

Continue reading

Qassem: Dahlan has secrets against PA officials and will not be condemned

[ 01/01/2011 – 02:24 PM ]   NABLUS, (PIC)– Dr. Abdelsattar Qassem, a professor of political science at the Najah university, ruled out that the inquiry committee formed by de facto president Mahmoud Abbas could declare Fatah leader Mohamed Dahlan guilty of corruption charges and attempts to overthrow Abbas. Qassem explained that Dahlan has many […]

Continue reading

Israeli activist to judge: “I won’t ask for leniency or express remorse”

Tel Aviv, 27 December 2010. On the day that marks the second anniversary of Israel’s three-week war on Gaza, also known as Operation Cast Lead, an Israeli activist was sentenced to three months in jail for protesting Israel’s military blockade and siege on the Palestinian territory. Jonathan Pollak, a political activist who is involved in […]

Continue reading