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Hebrew University Demands Police Character Reference from Palestinian vistors? AIC message and response of HU spokespersonAlternative Information Center (AIC)- The Hebrew University of Jerusalem demands that Palestinian citizens of Israel who wish to visit its campuses present a character reference from the police as a condition for entrance. An email to this effect was received today by the Alternative Information Center (AIC), which was planning to host a publicationsstand at Hebrew University next week for the opening of the 2006/7 academic year. Response of HU: reference required from J-m residents but not from Israeli citizens.24/10/2006
Palestinians clash with Israeli troops on way to prayer in JerusalemAP - International Herald Tribune - At the Aram checkpoint on the outskirts of Jerusalem, people used ladders and rope to scale the eight-meter (25-foot) concrete separation barrier. (...) The protesters were on their way to the Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem. Friday is the weekly holy day for Muslims, and it is considered an honor to attend Friday prayers at Al-Aqsa during Ramadan.14/10/2006
Racial Discrimination against Arab players In flagship Likkud Soccer team, Beitar JerusalemSky TV- The former Spurs player and manager Ossie Ardiles is now in charge of an Israeli team. Buut he is powerless to change a club tradition. They are the only Israeli team which practices racial discrimination, by refusing to pick Arab players. 10/10/2006
Amid protests, building continues for "Museum of Tolerance" on top of an Islamic cemetery in Jerusalem Ma`an - "The Israeli Supreme Court in Jerusalem renewed on Tuesday morning its sessions on the issue of the Ma`man Allah cemetery in Jerusalem."4/10/2006
Nof Zion vs. Jabal Mukaber: manipulations to erase realityDr. Meir Margalit - ICAHD - Oct. 2, 2006 - In Nof Zion we have a modern version of the classic Zionist statement, “A land without a people for a people without a land.” But if in the Nineteenth Century, this was said out of ignorance, today it is said out of wickedness. This is an effort to erase the Arab presence, to “judaize” East Jerusalem by a combination of Jewish building projects and the erasure of the Arab presence.3/10/2006
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