North America Nakba Tour: The Exiled Palestinians

 – DIRECT FROM THE REFUGEE CAMPS – Jewish Voice for Peace-East Bay, South Alameda County Peace & Justice Committee, Ecumenical Peace Institute, Friends of Sabeel North America, in cooperation with the Free Palestine Movement, International Solidarity Movement-Northern California and al-Awda Palestine Right to Return Coalition invite you to North America Nakba Tour The Exiled Palestinians [&hellip

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Appeal from U.S. to World: Help Us Resist U.S. Crimes

Roots Action Petition Since the end of the Cold War, the United States of America has systematically violated the prohibition against the threat or use of force contained in the UN Charter and the Kellogg Briand Pact. It has carved out a regime of impunity for its crimes based on its UN Security Council veto, [&hellip

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June 2016 Newsletter

TREE PLANTING AND PROTEST IN BEIT AL-BARAKA IOF EXECUTIONS IN HEBRON CAUGHT ON CAMERA FROM A STATELESS PALESTINIAN REFUGEE TO SIGNERS OF THE “LEAHY LETTER” IN THE US CONGRESS NORTH AMERICA NAKBA TOUR **In PDF Format: ISM_News_V13#1 JUNE

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North America Nakba Tour

Author: Norcal ISM Editor Date: April 2016 Amena and Mariam Photo Credit: Samir Salem We are strong in spirit and we know that justice is on our side. We believe that our exile will end if we do not give up

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From a Stateless Palestinian Refugee to Signers of the “Leahy letter” in the US Congress

Date: April 2016 Mariam cooking while on tour The following letter is from 86-year- old Mariam Fathalla, a stateless Palestinian from a refugee camps in Lebanon. It is addressed to the eleven Congressional signers of the “Leahy letter”, asking secretary of State John Kerry to report on Israeli and Egyptian violations of human rights. Mariam [&hellip

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Tree Planting and Protest in Beit al-Baraka

Author: International Solidarity Movement, al-Khalil Team Date: April 2016 Palestinians fear is that the entire Gush Etzion junction will be closed to Palestinians, permanently closing the road between Hebron and Behlehem for them. Villagers Protesting on their Land Photo Credit:

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