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Why are British Jews opening their doors to far-right settler groups?

Settler NGO Regavim’s racist legal actions and fear-inducing public relations invert the facts of Israel’s occupation and incite against Palestinians. By Eliot Cohen | December 5, 2019 Israelis settlers and right wing activists attend a march in E1 from the Israeli settlement of Ma’ale Adumim on February 13, 2014, protesting …

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Welcome toKhan Al-Ahmar

Just 5 miles east of occupied Jerusalem is the Palestinian-Bedouin village of Khan Al-Ahmar. Home to 32 families, the village is facing threats of demolition by Israeli soldiers who have been given the green light by Israel’s Supreme Court to raze Palestinian homes in Khan Al-Ahmar to the ground.  For …

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Sadu weaving in Kuwait .. genuine reflection of desert life

By Shaima Al-Ruwaished A bedouin woman spinning the wool KUWAIT, Nov 7 (KUNA) — Sadu weaving is one of the traditional handicrafts that were popular among women who used to live in the desert in the past, a genuine reflection of their surrounding environment. “Sadu weaving is one the ancient …

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Israeli NGO uses solar power in the fight against annexation

October 28, 2019 IN 2011, ZIYAD NAJAR, a sheep herder living with his family in a cave in the West Bank’s south Hebron hills, could not believe what he heard about solar energy from the head of the Israeli NGO Comet-ME. “We weren’t convinced you could get electricity and lights …

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Wes Streeting: whether it’s on Israel or antisemitism, I get attacked by all sides

The Ilford North MP tells a Yachad conference he is ‘dismayed by the quality of debate’ in the UK Ben Weich September 12, 2019 17:42 Wes Streeting, the MP for Ilford North (Photo: Wikimedia Commons) Wes Streeting has said his calls for targeted sanctions on settlements in response to the …

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Palestine children document plight of Bedouin villages near Israeli settlements

21/08/2019 An exhibition featuring the works of Abu Al-Anwar village’s children and other Bedouin gatherings By Nujoud Qassem RAMALLAH, Aug 21 (KUNA) — Palestinian children, residing in the Bedouin village of Abu Al-Anwar and other towns, documented the plight of their people via producing unfiltered photos and works of art …

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From Jerusalem, A Letter to Jared Kushner

As a peace activist, I see the denial of Palestinian freedom by Israel and the United States following a tragic trajectory by Angela Godfrey-Goldstein President Donald Trump talks with Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Jared Kushner in Jerusalem, May 22, 2017.  (Photo by Kobi Gideon/GPO via Getty Images) What …

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U.S. Pressure Behind Israeli Delay in Evacuating Bedouin Village, Defense Official Says

Washington wants to avoid Khan al-Ahmar evacuation until it presents its peace proposal, so as not to raise tensions with Palestinian leadership, official argues Yaniv Kubovich |  Jun 18, 2019 11:50 AM Israel Border Police confront protesters and activists blocking an IDF bulldozer operating in Khan al-Ahmar, June 9, 2019.Credit: Nasser Nasser …

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Israel Postpones Eviction of West Bank Bedouin Village of Khan al-Ahmar Until December

State tells High Court of Justice nothing would move at least till mid-December, when new government is formed Revital Hovel and Nir Hasson |  Jun 17, 2019 9:19 PM Israeli forces detain a Palestinian man as they protest against Israel’s plan to demolish the Palestinian Bedouin village of Khan al-Ahmar, in …

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