Doubts raised over circumstances of recent West Bank ‘terror attack’ and confessions of suspects


International Women’s Peace Service (IWPS) 
Deir Istiya, Salfit Telephone: 09 251 46 44
, Website: http://iwps.info Press Release Doubts raised over circumstances of recent West Bank ‘terror attack’ and confessions of suspects. Sixteen teens were arrested in several raids in the West Bank village of Hares this past week in relation to a car accident on [&hellip

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Waiting for Saladin (Salaheddine al-Ayyoubi)

by Paul Larudee Palestinians have a long history of resistance to occupation, expulsion and ethnic cleansing. Much of it is inspiring. They have shown determination and steadfastness. They have shown a strong – some would say unbreakable – attachment to the land and to thousands of years of cultural and social heritage. They have shown [&hellip

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Film “Enemy Alien”: Parallels of Palestinian and Japanese American Struggles

“Enemy Alien”, a documentary by Konrad Aderer, is the Story of Farouk Abdel Muhti, a Palestinian activist’s fight for freedom which draws a Japanese American filmmaker into confrontation with detention regimes of past and present. Discussion after the film led by Masao Suzuki and Zahra Billo. Masao Suzuki, member of Nihonmachi Outreach Committee, Economics Professor [&hellip

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Barack, A Few Travel Tips

By Amer Zahr Mr. President, I hear you are traveling to Israel next week. As a concerned patriotic American citizen of Palestinian descent, I have some pointers for you. Now, I assume you’ll be flying into Tel Aviv. Usually, when non-Jews arrive there, especially if they are a little darker-skinned, they are asked to wait [&hellip

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UCSD Divestment

The International Solidarity Movement – Northern California and the Free Palestine Movement congratulate the Associated Students of the University of California at San Diego (ASUCSD) for its historic vote in favor of divestment from companies that profit from the oppression of Palestinians and the denial of their rights. When the struggle for Palestinian rights prevails, [&hellip

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Rachel Corrie (1979-2003) Obituary

In Memory

April 10, 1979 – March 16, 2003

Rachel Corrie, 23, Evergreen State College senior and International Solidarity Movement activist, refused to remain passive in the face of injustice. She was crushed by an Israeli Caterpillar bulldozer while defending a Gaza pharmacist’s home from demolition, one of over 27,000 illegally destroyed by Israel

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Where Should the Birds Fly by woman film-maker Fida Qishta

Monday March 18 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM New Parkway Theater 474 24th St, Oakland Tickets: $10 Brownpapertickets.com/events/346114 In honor of International Women’s Day and all of the women who strengthen, protect, defend and maintain our families, communities and movements for justice and liberation – join us for a Bay Area exclusive screening of Where [&hellip

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