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NPR's false reports about Hebron continue

Ali Abunimah
17 November 2002

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NPR’s reporting on the Palestinian attack in Hebron has been the most unprofessional and inaccurate EI’s Ali Abunimah has come across. As late as Sunday morning, NPR was still reporting as fact utterly false Israeli government claims of an ambush and massacre of “Jewish worshippers” in the occupied West Bank city of Hebron.

Israel falsely claims "massacre" of "worshippers" in Hebron

Ali Abunimah and
Nigel Parry
16 November 2002

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News media and public officials reported that Jewish “worshippers” were killed in a Palestinian ambush in the occupied West Bank city of Hebron on November 15, 2002. In fact, all those who died were Israeli soldiers and armed paramilitary settlers, and the Israeli army admitted that the attackers had directed their attack against the soldiers, and not, as the Israeli government and most of the media reported against “Sabbath worshippers.” EI’s Ali Abunimah and Nigel Parry report.

Field trip to Taybeh

Toine van Teeffelen
Bethlehem
16 November 2002

On the occasion of Independence day, November 15, some 60 school and university students and teachers leave together for a fieldtrip to the village of Taybeh north-east of Ramallah. Toine van Teeffelen writes from Bethlehem.

Report on the full-scale reinvasion of Jenin

Caoimhe Butterly
Jenin refugee camp
16 November 2002

As we tried to wrench open the locked door we could hear the beating that lasted all night as his mother wept outside and a group of adults put a hood over the head of a skinny 12-year old and beat him savagely. The same “lesson”: to fear and comply or risk subjugation by force they tried to beat into the memory of ten other children between the ages of eight and thirteen on the same night in different occupied houses. Caoimhe Butterly writes from Jenin Refugee Camp.

Kibbutz Metzer: Grasping at the "why?"

Uri Avnery
16 November 2002

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Since last Sunday, a question has been running around in my head and troubling my sleep: What induced the young Palestinian, who broke into Kibbutz Metzer, to aim his weapon at a mother and her two little children and kill them? Veteran Israeli peace activist Uri Avnery attempts to answer a difficult question.

Chicago Mideast Librarian suffers retaliation for doing his job

David Williams
15 November 2002

David Williams was for many years Middle East history librarian for the Chicago Public Library. Williams was transferred from his job, he has learned, primarily in
retaliation for his activities to educate the city about Palestinian human rights and a lecture series he helped organize. He also believes that this retaliation was prompted by his informational leafletting of an appearance by Elie Wiesel, a Holocaust survivor and author and apologist for Israel, at the Chicago Public
 Library.

EI's Ali Abunimah to appear on C-SPAN

The Electronic Intifada
14 November 2002

EI’s Ali Abunimah was a recent panelist on the C-Span discussion “Close Up”. The discussion covered Palestine-Israel, the expected war against Iraq, and the US “war on terrorism.”

Weekly report on human rights violations

Palestinian Center for Human Rights
14 November 2002

Israeli forces have perpetrated more human rights violations against Palestinian civilians, including willful and extra-judicial killings, shelling of, and incursion into Palestinian areas and agricultural land leveling. This week, six Palestinian civilians, including three children from Rafah, two of whom were infants, were killed by Israeli forces.

Israeli army still using Palestinians as human shields, says B'Tselem

B'Tselem
14 November 2002

In its new report, B’Tselem exposes a list of incidents in which the IDF violated a High Court of Justice injunction by using Palestinians as human shields (as part of the “neighbor procedure”).

More reports from Block O in Rafah

Kristen Ess
Gaza Strip
13 November 2002

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Israeli soldiers targeted a two year-old boy yesterday. Even they could not come up with an excuse for shooting him in the head. At his funeral today Fatah Youth flags flew in the breeze, the baby’s body covered in purple-pink flowers. He was carried on a stretcher along side another small boy, 9 years old, who died from two day old injuries. Kristen Ess writes from occupied Gaza.

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