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PHOTOS: solidarity with Palestinian prisoners

May 3, 2012

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Since Palestinian Prisoners’ Day on 17 April 2012, at least 2,000 Palestinian prisoners have been on hunger strike, demanding their basic rights: family visits, human treatment, education, and an end to the use of solitary confinement and administrative detention (being held without charges or trial). Two prisoners, Bilal Diab and Thaer Nalahleh, have been on […]

Gaza: a week in photos

March 15, 2012

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Last Friday, an Israeli drone missile hit a car driving in a densely populated residential neighourhood in Gaza City, killing PRC leader Zuhair Qaisa and his son in law, Mahmoud Ahmad Hunein. This assassination sparked five days of rocket salvos from the Gaza Strip, which was used by Israel as a pretext for more airstrikes, […]

Dutch reflections on International Women’s Day in Palestine

March 9, 2012

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Having grown up in a liberal family in the Netherlands I don’t know what it is like to struggle for my rights. I don’t know what it feels like to not be free simply because I am a woman, and I certainly don’t know what it is like to be a woman living under occupation. […]

Let me tell you about a man called Khader Adnan

February 18, 2012

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Khader’s village, Arrabe must be one of the most utopic places I’ve been to in Palestine. Two years ago I spent Eid al Adha (an important Muslim holiday) there with my friend and her family. As soon as I walked into the village I lost track of time and after a few days even the […]