Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Palestine Brief (15): “Welcome to Palestine” arrive in Jordan


The Palestine Brief (15) “Welcome to Palestine” arrive in Jordan Four Palestinian prisoners are still on hunger strike Hamas appreciates South Africa’s position on settlement products              U.S.: Israeli probe into Corrie’s death wasn’t ‘credible’ A weekly report published by … Continue reading

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The Palestine Brief (14) Palestinian Factions Condemn Sinai Attack


      The Palestine Brief (14) Palestinian Factions Condemn Sinai Attack Abu Marzouk: Closing Rafah Crossing is Collective Punishment Israeli Supreme Court Rejects Demands for Torture Investigation Map of “Greater Israel” Published by Radical Settler Movement Hamas Praises UN Condemnation … Continue reading

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The Palestine Brief (13): Israel losing international support, says British ambassador, PCBS: settlers grew 1.3% this year‏


The Palestine Brief (13) Israel losing international support, says British ambassador Urgent appeal to Egypt to save Abu Sissi’s life              PLO: Israel implement “transfer” policy against Palestinians PCBS: settlers grew 1.3% this year A weekly report published by the … Continue reading

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How Israel’s siege on Gaza killed my sister


“You will become an uncle soon,” my sister Zeinab told me cheerfully. She didn’t know then what fate had in store for her, for us. In April 2007, as I was getting ready to sit my high school final exams … Continue reading

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