Monday, January 18, 2021

Dylan Collins

  • Tensions Rise After Successful Palestinian UN Bid | December 04, 2012
    International outrage has mounted since Israel’s announcement last Friday that it plans to build 3,000 additional homes for its settlers in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu revealed the controversial plan just one day after the United Nation’s decision to symbolically recognize a Palestinian state—based.... .....
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  • Targeted as Terrorists: The Fourth Estate in Gaza | December 01, 2012
    RAMALLAH – “I don’t think I have ever been in a conflict where so many media buildings were deliberately targeted by a government,” read a tweet from Paul Danahar, BBC’s Middle East Bureau Chief, on Tuesday 20 November 2012. Danahar’s tweet came on the second to last day of Israel’s eight-day long military assault on the besieged Gaza Strip,.... .....
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  • Mukhmas: Let the harvest begin! | October 25, 2012
    Olive trees are everywhere in the West Bank, dotting the semi-arid hills with swaths of green for as far as the eye can see. The resilient and weathered olive tree is symbolic of the Palestinian people. They too are resolute and connected to the soil, willing to weather whatever may come their way. This fall, like every other year, the annual olive .....
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  • The Freedom Bus Rides ends in style | October 08, 2012
    On Monday, 1 October 2012, the Freedom Bus made its final stop in the old city of Beit Sahour, on the outskirts of Bethlehem. An initiative of the Jenin Freedom Theater the Freedom Bus spent the last week traveling throughout the West Bank, stopping in 11 different communities to preform their self-styled Playback Theater, a mechanism through .....
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  • Zakaria Zubeidi’s ‘Death Fast’ called off | September 20, 2012
    Rumors have begun to fly in connection to the potential success of an international campaign enacted by local and international Palestinian activists against the Palestinian Authority’s imprisonment of Zakaria Zubeidi, co-founder of the Jenin Freedom Theater. It was until today believed that the world-renowned Freedom Theater was fated to soon.... .....
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  • Escape Through Fiction: Salha and Her Flying Sheep | September 10, 2012
    After declining Messi’s initial request that she and Hantush join the Barcelona football club, Salha convinces Messi to return with her to her home in the Bedouin village of Abu Hinde on the outskirts of Jerusalem. Messi ends up transforming the village’s derelict football pitch into a giant stadium, enabling the tiny village to play host to the... .....
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  • Rachel Corrie‘s death deemed a self-imposed accident | August 28, 2012
    Ramallah, West Bank—The death of pro-Palestinian activist and American citizen Rachel Corrie was not caused by the negligence of the Israeli army, a judge ruled today in a Haifa district court.Ms. Corrie, who had been using herself as a human shield to protect a Palestinian home slated for demolition in Rafah along the Gaza-Egypt border, was run... .....
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  • Israeli Authorities Breach Last Month’s Prisoner Agreement | June 24, 2012
    After undergoing 71 days without food, Palestinian prisoner Hasan Safadi is back on hunger strike protesting the renewal of his administrative detention, a breach of the agreement signed between the Israeli authorities and the Palestinian prisoners’ committee on May 14. Safadi’s administrative detention order was renewed Thursday 21 June 2012 .... .....
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  • Naksa 2012: A day of protest | June 09, 2012
    Ramallah, occupied Palestinian Territory—Every fifth of June since the year 1967, Palestinians in the occupied territories and within the surrounding Palestinian refugee camps scattered throughout the Middle East have congregated to commemorate Israel’s occupation of East Jerusalem, the West Bank, and the Gaza Strip. Tuesday, 5 June 2012....... .....
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  • Until Freedom or Martyrdom: Thaer Halahleh on 60 Days of Hunger Strike | April 28, 2012
    Kharas, occupied West Bank—Two year old Lamar Halahleh has never met her father outside of a prison cell. In fact, she wasn’t able to lay eyes upon him until she was nearly half a year old. Thaer Halahleh, Lamar’s father, has not only spent the last two years in the Israeli prison system, the 33 year-old has actually been detained for the........ .....
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