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HEBRON: Open Shuhada St. movement changes tactics

HEBRON: Open Shuhada St. movement changes tactics

September 20, 2010 No Comments

CPTnet Digest, Volume 33, Issue 11 A newsletter written by members of the Christian Peacemaker Teams 20 September 2010 The regular Saturday movement, “Open Shuhada Street,” changed tactics on 21 August 2010. Since the police had threatened two of the organizers with large fines and a possible ten-year imprisonment if the demonstrations continued, the organizing group felt it […]

HEBRON: Soldiers practice breaking and entering

HEBRON: Soldiers practice breaking and entering

September 10, 2010 No Comments

CPTnet Digest, Volume 33, Issue 5 A newsletter written by members of the Christian Peacemaker Teams 10 September 2010 At 3:30 p.m. on 24 August 2010, thirty-four soldiers gathered at the alley in front of the CPT apartment. Five soldiers stood at the entrance to the alley to keep the onlookers back while the others broke open […]

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The beginnings of Christmas in Bethlehem

This week, Christmas stores have popped up throughout Bethlehem. My favorite Christmas goodies 1.  Para-gliding, blow-up Santa 2.  Mix-CD...

AL-KHALIL (HEBRON) REFLECTION: Preparing children for peace

CPTnet Volume 36, Issue 3 A newsletter written by members of the Christian Peacemaker Teams This autumn, a local...

Wadi Rahal villagers commit to non-violent resistance

In 1975, Wadi Rahal (The Valley of Travelers) villagers built the school where their kids are educated to this...

Ahava Flashmob

The Bathrobes Brigade has contacted numerous Dutch magazines to inform them about the ugly truth of Ahava beauty products...

Remembering Home

This year wasn’t my first Thanksgiving abroad, a holiday that is oh-so-North-American that celebrations overseas usually take on a...

Princeton Sabra hummus vote

PRINCETON, N.J. — Princeton University students voted Monday in a referendum by a pro-Palestine student group on whether to...