Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Ana Thorne

  • Jenin refugee camp – not an easy place to grow up in | December 11, 2012
    The Jenin refugee camp was established in 1953 on 0.42 square kilometers of land leased by the Jordanian government. The inhabitants mainly come from the Carmel region of Haifa. The camp’s residents still have close relationships with relatives on the other side of the Green Line due to the short distance between Jenin and what is now called ..... .....
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  • Ex soldiers are Breaking the Silence with guided tours in Hebron | November 07, 2012
    On October 25th the Breaking the Silence gave a tour to a mixed group (contenting of tourists and international students) in Hebron. Nadav Bigelman, who is born in Jerusalem and now lives in Haifa, was the guide for the day. As a 19 year old in 2008, he served as an Israeli combatant for one year and eight months in Hebron..... .....
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  • Israeli army arrest owner of Ar Rakeez water cistern | November 05, 2012
    Ramallah – On October 29th, Israeli occupation soldiers entered the village of Ar Rakeez in the South Hebron Hills and ordered a number of Palestinian workers to stop working on a water cistern. The owner of the cistern, Said Mohammed Raba’, refused to do so and continued working. He was subsequently beaten up, handcuffed, and taken to the Kiry... .....
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  • The Estelle and its voyage to Gaza | October 13, 2012
    A number of pro-Palestinian solidarity groups and organizations have coordinated various flotillas to Gaza or “fly-ins” to Israel’s Ben Gurion Airport the past few years. The Estelle is the third attempt from the Freedom Flotilla Movement to challenge Israel’s naval blockade on Gaza.The Estelle, a ship originally from Finland, began its journey.... .....
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  • Taybeh Oktoberfest: “The flame of peace” | October 08, 2012
    The annual Taybeh Oktoberfest is evidence of this. Since 2005 the Oktoberfest has been a recurring annual event that kicks off at the beginning of October, which draws thousands of people both locals and internationals to the little village of Taybeh, northwest of Ramallah, where they enjoy the locally brewed beer and celebrate life despite of the .....
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  • Closure of Ras Khamis checkpoint impedes freedom of movement further | October 03, 2012
    Ramallah – On Wednesday, September 19th, the Israeli authorities closed down the Ras Khamis checkpoint, which serves 65,000 Palestinians and is one of the only two entrances to the Shuafat refugee camp. The Shuafat refugee camp is already enclosed on three sides by the Apartheid Wall, even though it is actually a part of the Jerusalem Municipali... .....
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