Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Anna Germaine

  • Palestinian-Americans denied entry to their homeland | April 15, 2013
    According to the Right to Enter Campaign based in Ramallah, a legal resource for those visiting the West Bank who have been denied entry to Israel, Israel’s crackdowns on granting tourist visas to Palestinian-Americans and anyone who might be suspected of visiting the West Bank have intensified this year. While in years gone by many Palestinian... .....
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  • G4S: Privatizing security and profiting from the Israeli occupation | March 28, 2013
    G4S (formerly G4S Securior) is the world’s largest security company and third largest private sector employer, with its headquarters based in Crawley, England and over 657,000 employees around the world.  It also actively profits off of Israel’s occupation of Palestine. Most recently, G4S Israel—the Israeli branch of G4S—has come under fire... .....
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  • Beit Safafa to be sliced by settler only highway | March 15, 2013
    “No, no Route 4!” a young Palestinian boy yelled out in Arabic. His cries are directed towards the white washed Jerusalem stone walls and heavily tinted windows of the Jerusalem Municipality. He is speaking about Route 4, a controversial, illegal settler-only road that upon construction will slice directly through the predominantly Palestinian... .....
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  • Little Wall in Bethlehem: 10 years on | March 04, 2013
    On March 1, 2003, the first slab of the Apartheid Wall was erected in Bethlehem. 10 years later, the wall snakes throughout the historic little town where Jesus was born, surrounding homes and casting ominous shadows over the nearby Aida refugee camp and in the neighboring town of Beit Jala.  Around Aida camp, the infamous Wall is at its most... .....
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  • Social media and the Israeli army | February 28, 2013
    On February 15, an Instagram photo of a Palestinian child in the crosshairs of an Israeli army sniper rifle went viral. Soon, it was revealed that the photo was posted on the Instagram account of Mor Ostrovski, a 20 year old Israeli  soldier in a sniper unit in the Golani Brigades. Once the photo was leaked, garnering public attention and... .....
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  • Stéphane Hessel: Holocaust survivor and Palestinian human rights advocate | February 27, 2013
    On Tuesday, February 26, 2013 French author, intellectual luminary, Holocaust survivor and Palestinian human rights advocate Stéphane Hessel, age 95, died in his sleep. Stéphane Hessel was born in Berlin in 1917, but his family soon thereafter immigrated to France. During World War II, Hessel joined the French resistance against the Vichy... .....
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  • The arrest of Palestinian cartoonist Mohammad Saba‘aneh | February 21, 2013
    Mohammad Saba’aneh, 34 is the editorial cartoonist for Al Hayat al Jadeed, the official newspaper of the Palestinian Authority. He also works in Public Relations with the Arab American University of Amman. On Saturday February 18 he was arrested by the Israeli army in Jericho, near the Allenby Bridge while returning home from Amman. .....
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  • The Women in Green movement | February 19, 2013
    Belgian-born Nadia Matar, 45 made Aliyah—a term given to Jews of the diaspora who immigrate to Israel, typically to live in Israeli settlements--when she was 18 years old. Though she is not Israel-born, she went on to join her mother-in-law, Ruth Matar, in founding one of the most extreme, right-wing settler movements that Israel has ever seen: .....
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  • Youth activist Hassan Karajah arrested by Israel | January 31, 2013
    At 2:30 in the morning on January 23, 2013, twenty Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) soldiers burst into Hassan Karajah’s family home.  Hassan Karajah is the Youth Coordinator at Stop the Wall—an organization based in Ramallah, advocating against the construction of the Apartheid Wall and annexation of Palestinian land for Israeli settlements. .....
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  • European Union double standards regarding Israeli settlements | January 28, 2013
    Following the announcement that Israel planned to expand settlements to the highly contentious E-1 area between Jerusalem and Ramallah, the foreign ministers of the 27 European Union (EU) states decried the continuous settlement building.   The statement issued in October announced, “The European Union is deeply dismayed by and strongly opposes... .....
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