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State to the Supreme Court: There is no need to reconsider the legality of the Citizenship law because it is proportionateADALAH`S NEWSLETTER-“This classification is racist, and was made purely on the basis of the ethnic origin of residents and citizens of Arab and Islamic countries. There is no other country in the world that deprives people from exercising the right to family life based on national or ethnic affiliation, as Israel does,”29/8/2008
MachsomWatch - Southern Hills of Hebron, Sunday, 24.8.08, AMMachsomWatch - "The workers expressed their worry about the new machine that has been installed lately and is placed in a special room. It is called: A System for Human Inspection. Two inspection installations are at work now; at the entrance the workers are checked through the regular magnometer, and near the exit is the room of this radiating one. They fear for their health, naturally"25/8/2008
Israel`s `Two Roads` SolutionFred Schlomka - "The road will soon be extended to enter Ramallah, completing the entire segregated road network through the E1 area." "This two-layered state, Israel/Palestine is like a Rubikfs Cube with no solution. No matter which way you twist it there can be no rational outcome." 20/8/2008
Big stink as Israel unleashes ‘skunk’ on Palestinians The International News - "The noxious mist, which Israeli police refer to as “skunk,” was used for the first time earlier this month, when a truck-mounted cannon sprayed it over the heads of protesters, sending them racing down the hillside, retching and tearing off their shirts to try to escape the stench."20/8/2008
Iran strike not an optionAlex Fishman - Ynet - The regime in Tehran is the only one able to stop this project. [Fishman`s is a reliable voice of the dominant IDF opinion-ed]19/8/2008
Roaming Freely in a Land of Restraints ABBY AGUIRRE - NYT - "“Palestinian Walks: Forays Into a Vanishing Landscape,” an account of six walks in the West Bank, which won this year’s Orwell Prize."13/8/2008
MachsomWatch - Bir Naballah, Qalandya, Wednesday, 6.8.08, afternoon Ivonne Mansbach - MachsomWatch - "In Qalandya we have met Bir Naballah residents who have asked us to come to see this checkpoint. We distinctly remember that we were told by the Israeli authorities that there would be no checkpoint here because this is a road of `Fabric of Life` [...] that exclusively connects Bir Naballah with Ramallah and has no borders with any Israeli settlement. However, Palestinians going home after a days work are forced to stop, sometimes to wait for long time, contrary to what the Israeli authorities declared" 11/8/2008
One Wrong Word is Enough. Women guards near the guard posts: a tour with the women of the Israeli peace movement “Machsom Watch” to the checkpoints in the West BankMaria Frisé - Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung - Palestinian towns were cordoned off with barbed wire, walls and earth mounds. Villages are now cut off from neighboring villages and above all from their fields and olive groves, schools, hospitals, doctor’s clinics and offices. These can be reached only by travelling long, partially unpaved, rocky detours and with written permits, for Palestinians are not allowed to use the wide new streets which cut through the West Bank. 1/8/2008
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