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Video: American citizen critically injured after being shot in the head by Israeli forces in Ni`linISM - " Tristan was shot by the new tear-gas canisters that can be shot up to 500m. I ran over as I saw someone had been shot, while the Israeli forces continued to fire tear-gas at us. When an ambulance came, the Israeli soldiers refused to allow the ambulance through the checkpoint just outside the village. After 5 minutes of arguing with the soldiers, the ambulance passed. Teah Lunqvist (Sweden) - International Solidarity Movement "14/3/2009
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US citizen in critical condition; four others wounded by Israeli fire in Ni`linMa’an - " – Israeli soldiers critically wounded an American peace activist after launching a tear-gas canister at his head and shot four Palestinians with rubber-coated bullets in the West Bank village of Ni’lin, west of Ramallah, on Friday. “He had a large hole in the front of his head, and his brain was visible,” one protester said of the injuries to the American activist. "14/3/2009
`Closed Zone`: 90 animated seconds on the closure of GazaGisha - I am pleased to send you a link to "Closed Zone", a 90-second animated film by Yoni Goodman, Director of Animation for the Academy Award-nominated film "Waltz with Bashir". Closed Zone shows the closure of the Gaza Strip and its effects on the ability of one and a half million human beings living there to pursue their aspirations and, more recently – even to run from harm`s way, during the devastating military operation in Gaza. Unfortunately, despite post-war calls to rehabilitate Gaza, the closure policy remains in effect5/3/2009
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Israel bows to U.S. pressure, lifts food restrictions on Gaza Reuters - Haaretz - But Western diplomats not sure whether instructions from the outgoing prime minister would be followed and whether restrictions on deliveries of other harmless items, such as toilet paper, soap and toothpaste, would also be lifted.24/3/2009
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MachsomWatch - Bethlehem CP, Etsion DCO, Sunday, 29.3.09, AMMachsomWatch – “One of the EAPPI told of a security man, with a black vest, spitting on the crowd below! She was disgusted when she described how he filled his mouth with saliva and aimed it at the workers. We complained and then the EAPPI person who had seen him, pointed him out to us. He had come over to our side and joined us below. […] When asked if he had spit on the people, he denied it, but said they did deserve such treatment in any case!"30/3/2009
US parents visit wounded protester son in IsraelTovah Lazaroff and Yaakov Lappin - Jerusalem Post - Since July 2008, four people have been killed by security forces at anti-barrier demonstrations in Ni`lin: Ahmed Mousa, 10, Yousef Amira, 17, Ghateb Khawaja, 22, and Muhammad Khawaja, 20. 24/3/2009
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