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BY Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine | Palestine | 10/07/09
The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine denounced the actions of the Palestinian Authority in requesting the postponement of consideration of the report of Judge Richard Goldstone on war crimes in Gaza at the UN Human Rights Council meeting in Geneva, Switzerland, declaring that this act of betrayal will not be forgiven by the Palestinian people or by the Front.
BY staff | Bloomington, MN | 8/05/09
Israeli security forces refused entry to three U.S. solidarity activists for attempting to participate in a human rights delegation organized by the Palestine Solidarity Group.
BY Anti-War Committee | Minneapolis, MN | 8/03/09
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following announcement from the Anti-war Committee for their press conference on Monday August 3.
BY staff | Palestine | 8/02/09
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following statement from the Twin Cities-based Anti-War Committee regarding the arrest and deportation of several U.S. activists.
BY Campaign to Free Ahmad Sa'adat | Palestine | 7/06/09
The Campaign to Free Ahmad Sa'adat has issued an international call for signatures to a letter to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon calling upon him and the United Nations to uphold their responsibilities and place pressure upon the Israeli regime to free Palestinian prisoners.
BY Campaign to Free Ahmad Sa'adat | Palestine | 6/15/09
Ahmad Sa'adat, the imprisoned General Secretary of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, has entered the second week of his hunger strike to protest the policy of isolation and solitary confinement practiced by the Israeli prison administration against Palestinian prisoners.
BY Campaign to Free Ahmad Sa'adat | Palestine | 6/05/09
Ahmad Sa'adat speaks from isolation in Asqelan: The so-called "Two state solution" is a threat to the Palestinian people and the right to return.
BY Hatem Abudayyeh | Palestine | 5/26/09
Israeli right-winger Benjamin Netanyahu, who stated that Israel did not “go far enough” in its 22-day invasion and massacre of 1400 Palestinians in Gaza earlier this year and who has never accepted even the possibility of an independent state for the Palestinians, is now the new prime minister.
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BY Addaneer Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association | Palestine | 4/23/09
17 April 2009 marks yet another Palestinian Prisoners’ Day in the occupied territory with nearly 8,400 Palestinians detained in Israeli prisons and detention centers, among them 61 women, 423 children and approximately 550 administrative detainees, indefinitely held without charges or trial.
BY Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine | Palestine | 4/05/09
The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine issued a statement on April 1, 2009, rejecting the Netanyahu government as a government of terror, war and ethnic cleansing and calling upon the international community to boycott Israel and its government.
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