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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.
BY Chapin Gray | Washington, DC | 3/28/09
People across the country took to the streets to protest on the sixth anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
BY Campaign to Free Ahmad Sa'adat | Palestine | 3/20/09
On March 19, 2009, Ahmad Sa'adat was suddenly transferred from Hadarim prison to Asqelan prison, where he is being held in solitary confinement.
BY Hatem Abudayyeh | Palestine | 3/09/09
Israel’s 22-day assault on the Palestinian people in Gaza, starting Dec. 27, 2008, ended when Israel acknowledged defeat - declaring a unilateral ‘ceasefire’ Jan. 17.
BY Kosta Harlan | Chapel Hill, NC | 3/08/09
A delegation of students from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's chapter of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) delivered a letter to Chancellor Thorp's office, Feb. 25, demanding that UNC divest from Israel.
BY staff | Palestine | 3/05/09
The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine addressed the new report of Amnesty International on February 23, 2009, stating that human rights organizations must stop their equation of the victim with the executioner, and instead pressure the occupier to halt its attacks against our occupied Palestinian people.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 2/12/09
“The blood of Gaza is on your hands!” was the chant that rang out in front of the Auditorium Theater here, Feb. 8.
BY Kosta Harlan | University of Rochester | 2/07/09
Students at the University of Rochester declared victory and ended their sit-in protest after the university administration agreed to several of their key demands.
BY staff | Palestine | 2/02/09
Leila Khaled, a leader of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, was interviewed in Beirut, Lebanon Jan. 17 by Fight Back! editor Mick Kelly.
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