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A Hard Day in At-TuwaniArt Gish, CPT22/2/2005
New Palestinian-only Road to Bypass East JerusalemPalestine Monitor23/2/2005
New Apartheid Wall construction in two villages near Ramallah Palestine Monitor23/2/2005
150 Citizens Killed since al-Aqsa Intifada in Khanyounis WAFA20/2/2005
Settlers attack several homes in Hebron IMEMC19/2/2005
Children hunted down and murdered in BetunyaBy Aya Kaniuk20/2/2005
Israel Severely Violates CeasefirePalestinian Monitor. 17/2/2005
"If there is violence today, it will not be started by us"By Adam Keller. "The road to Kufr Kadum is long and complicated..."19/2/2005
Mother forced to give birth at Qalandia checkpoint in good health along with her baby boyThe Palestine Monitor16/2/2005
The IDF decision to halt punitive house demolitions - a small but welcome stepBy the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions18/2/2005
Hungry sheep and hungry peopleBy Art Gish, CPT17/2/2005
One Palestinian Child Killed, Two Men Assassinated - Israel violates ceasefire againThe Palestine Monitor16/2/2005
Settlers Attack and badly Injure two OD Team Members in At-Tuwani 16/2/2005
Procedure to Apprehend a Deaf PersonDuring Operation Defensive Wall the feeling was like at war - every person is a suspect, you don`t take chances. Even when you come across someone who can`t hear you when you call on him to stop. 17/2/2005
Walaja: No Permits for Land, Houses, or PeopleBy the CPT15/2/2005
Settlers Chase Palestinian Shepherds From Their FieldsMore on the ongoing "Peace Process" in the Maon settlement area. Witnessed by Operation Dove14/2/2005
The land was expropriated though the village `doesn`t exist` By Yossi Gurevitz. "While Sharon and Abu Mazen were conferring in Sharm-e-Sheikh on the progress of the peace process, residents of the village of Tuwani in the South Hebron Hills received seizure orders relating to land they own." 10/2/2005
“You can see how the corpse jumps”Testimonies by Israeli soldiers. Breaking the silence13/2/2005
How the `Peace Process` looks on the groundFrom the weekly report of Palestinian Centre for Human Rights Feb. 3-1010/2/2005
Why is the world feeding the Palestinians?By Art Gish, CPT8/2/2005
Hungry people and grapes rotting on the vinesBy Art Gish, the CPT11/2/2005
Israelis Act to Encircle East Jerusalemby John Ward Anderson | Washington Post 7/2/2005
The First Year: Slow Ethnic CleansingThe Policy of Injuries. By Tanya Reinhart8/2/2005
Palestinians suspect their leaders don`t care about the prisoners By Amira Hass 8/2/2005
Link to The Other Israel BillboardAll the eyes are on the spectacle: The match between the new Palestinian President who must prove his  "impeccability" and the Israeli PM who must let him stumble.  The winner takes the territories. Arbiters: Bush and Rice. 6/2/2005
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`The blood of 10-year-old girls oppresses our conscience` Breaking the Silence. What the Most Humane Army was sent to do by the Most Humane of all Prime Ministers 3/2/2005
Shooting of Palestinian girl threatens fragile ceasefireEric Silver - The Independent - UNRWA sources: the Palestinian child was shot dead in the schoolyard and the only shooting in the area came from an Israeli military outpost 1/2/2005
`They didn`t have to give him a bullet in the head.` Breaking the Silence - Chen Kotas-Bar (nrg/Maariv)23/2/2005
Shepherds and nonviolenceBy - Art Gish, CPT. How can anyone reject the simple idea that shepherds should be able to be on their own land? But if that idea is accepted, how can Israelis continue confiscating Palestinian land?18/2/2005
Bil`in Residents continue in their struggle Against the WallBy the ISM22/2/2005
Brian Avery challenges Israeli military impunityBy the International Solidarity Movement22/2/2005
Israel Severely Violates CeasefirePNGN - Since the ceasefire was declared on 8 February 2005 between Palestinians and Israelis, Israeli forces have violated the ceasefire several times.(updated for 17.2.2005) 22/2/2005
And if you still have hopes about `Peace Intentions` of the Israeli governmentRead the following report by Aya Kaniuk, how Transfer is executed in the village of Walaje, a short drive south of Jerusalem2/2/2005
Activists detained after nonviolent demonstration in HebronBy the International Solidarity Movement. Palestinians injured, Israeli and international activists detained after demonstration against a settler road1/2/2005
How the "Peace Process" looks just north of JerusalemBeit Hanina : Confiscations1/2/2005
Tali Fahima has been in prison, under torture and in solitary confinement for 170 daysIsraeli Supreme Court decided to keep her there.1/2/2005
Report from Rafat demonstrationBy the International Solidarity Movement28/2/2005
Interview with Brian Avery From a mailing by the ISM28/2/2005
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