Friday, August 17, 2018

George Mandarin

  • Apartheid roads on the rise in Jerusalem | June 18, 2013
    Israel’s Jerusalem District Planning and Building Committee has approved the construction of the Hazeitim interchange, a road way that connects the Ma’ale Adumim settlement bloc directly to Jerusalem and allows for further settlement construction in the controversial E-1 area.  .....
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  • Obama says settlements aren’t the issue | March 21, 2013
    “Obama has seriously regressed from his previous position on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict of several years ago,” says Mustafa Barghouti, secretary-general of the Palestinian National Initiative.  In a joint press conference with Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas today, US President Barack Obama called on both sides to... .....
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  • Popular resistance sends message to Obama | March 20, 2013
    On Wednesday 20 March 2013, Palestinian activists erected a new neighborhood near to what was once the site of the protest village, Bab Al-Shams. The newly constructed Ahfad Younis (Arabic for the grandchildren of Younis) is named after the main character of the Bab Al-Shams novel, and sits on a hilltop opposite to the original Bab Al-Shams site. .....
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  • Part 3: Exploring Israel’s Apartheid Wall | July 12, 2012
    At the beginning of June, Dylan Collins and R.G. rented a car and spent several days meandering through occupied West Bank. Their mission was to follow the Apartheid Wall’s northern route, from Jerusalem up to Qalqiliya, through Tulkarem and into Jenin. Below is the third account of a three part series documenting their journey, written........ .....
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  • Part 2: Exploring Israel’s Apartheid Wall | June 27, 2012
    At the beginning of June, Dylan Collins and R. Guendelman rented a car and spent several days meandering through occupied West Bank. Their mission was to follow the Apartheid Wall’s northern route, from Jerusalem up to Qalqiliya, through Tulkarem and into Jenin. Below is the second account of a three part series documenting their journey, written.. .....
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  • Part 1: Exploring Israel’s Apartheid Wall | June 20, 2012
    At the beginning of June, Dylan Collins and R. Guendelman rented a car and spent several days meandering through occupied West Bank. Their mission was to follow the Apartheid Wall’s northern route, from Jerusalem up to Qalqiliya, through Tulkarem and into Jenin. Below is the first account of a three part series documenting their journey..... .....
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  • Ahmad Canaan: Affirming Palestinian Existence Inside Israel | June 18, 2012
    Earlier this month, Palestinian artist Ahmad Canaan invited the Palestine Monitor into his private studio at his home in Tamra in the northern Galillee for an interview. At age 47, Canaan has been one of the foremost Palestinian artists living within Israel for the last twenty years. A graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Art in Design in ........ .....
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  • The bucolic village remains steadfast despite IOF violence | February 13, 2012
    KAFR QADDOUM-Popular resistance demonstrations raged throughout the West Bank on Friday in protest of Israel’s Occupation, its systematic land annexations, and more recently, its use of administrative detention in solidarity with Khader Adnan. The villages of Bil’in, Nil’in, Nabi Saleh, Kafr Adik, and Qaryout all participated in the weekly pro.... .....
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  • Khader Adnan: A leader in the struggle for Palestinian prisoner’s dignity | February 10, 2012
    Khader Adnan has quickly become the focal point and symbolic face of the inherent injustice thousands of Palestinians face on a daily basis within the Israeli penal system. Entering into the 55th day of his hunger strike, Adnan is protesting the Israeli Occupation Authority’s (IOA) illegal application of administrative detention and its inhumane.. .....
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  • 2011: A Record Year for House Demolitions & Displacement in the West Bank | February 02, 2011
    Akin to most Israeli Occupation Authority (IOA) atrocities in the West Bank, home demolitions and forced displacements rose tremendously during 2011. According to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs’s (OCHA) latest report, approximately 1,100 Palestinians, half of which were children, were displaced due to home demolitions... .....
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