Day: 23/12/2018

U.S-backed group say U.S. troops remain in key garrison near Iraq

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Source: U.S-backed group say U.S. troops remain in key garrison near Iraq

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PressTV-Gazan teenager dies of injuries from Israeli gunfire

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A young Palestinian man has died from serious wounds he suffered after Israeli soldiers shot him with live fire in the Gaza Strip.

Source: PressTV-Gazan teenager dies of injuries from Israeli gunfire

Israeli soldiers kill three in Gaza and one in West Bank

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Palestinians say car passenger was shot for no reason as he left a checkpoint

Source: Israeli soldiers kill three in Gaza and one in West Bank

We Know How Trump’s War Game Ends

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Nothing unites our political class like the threat of ending our never-ending war

Source: We Know How Trump’s War Game Ends

Between hopefulness and despondency (and nostalgia for the First Intifada)

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Palestinian activists of the First Intifada believed they would succeed in achieving their national rights. “Our leadership was aligned with our demands and suffered alongside us,” Nadia Naser-Najjab recalls. “There was no elite class benefiting from the colonial power.” She says Palestinian leadership must challenge colonialism, not cooperate with it.

Source: Between hopefulness and despondency (and nostalgia for the First Intifada)

Speech pathologist challenges Texas anti-BDS law | Liberation News

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The nature of anti-BDS laws is to suppress voices of opposition to Israeli treatment of the Palestinian people. #bds #palestine #texas

Source: Speech pathologist challenges Texas anti-BDS law | Liberation News

Israeli military still silent over journalist shooting

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JERUSALEM: One month after the shooting of an Associated Press cameraman in the Gaza Strip, the Israeli military still has not commented on the incident or provided any updates about the status of an

Source: Israeli military still silent over journalist shooting