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As the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague hears Oral Arguments in the case against the Wall, the Israelis have decided they will not participate in the Hearing, aware that there is nothing legitimate--or legal--about the Wall. Instead, parallel Israeli efforts to undermine the case against the Wall were well underway from the start, including arguments that the political nature of the Wall should prevent the court from hearing the case. In the end, the media is an Israeli dominated arena where much of its political agenda plays itself out.




As the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague hears Oral Arguments in the case against the Wall, the Israelis have decided they will not participate in the Hearing, aware that there is nothing legitimate--or legal--about the Wall. Instead, parallel Israeli efforts to undermine the case against the Wall were well underway from the start, including arguments that the political nature of the Wall should prevent the court from hearing the case. In the end, the media is an Israeli dominated arena where much of its political agenda plays itself out.




As the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague hears Oral Arguments in the case against the Wall, the Israelis have decided they will not participate in the Hearing, aware that there is nothing legitimate--or legal--about the Wall. Instead, parallel Israeli efforts to undermine the case against the Wall were well underway from the start, including arguments that the political nature of the Wall should prevent the court from hearing the case. In the end, the media is an Israeli dominated arena where much of its political agenda plays itself out.




As the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague hears Oral Arguments in the case against the Wall, the Israelis have decided they will not participate in the Hearing, aware that there is nothing legitimate--or legal--about the Wall. Instead, parallel Israeli efforts to undermine the case against the Wall were well underway from the start, including arguments that the political nature of the Wall should prevent the court from hearing the case. In the end, the media is an Israeli dominated arena where much of its political agenda plays itself out.




***image1***February, 23, 2004, Palestine/The Hague (Netherlands) - The first day of Hearings at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) has seen international mobilization and great media attention.




***image1***February, 23, 2004, Palestine/The Hague (Netherlands) - The first day of Hearings at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) has seen international mobilization and great media attention.




***image1***February, 23, 2004, Palestine/The Hague (Netherlands) - The first day of Hearings at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) has seen international mobilization and great media attention.




***image1***February, 23, 2004, Palestine/The Hague (Netherlands) - The first day of Hearings at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) has seen international mobilization and great media attention.




***image1***February, 23, 2004, Palestine/The Hague (Netherlands) - The first day of Hearings at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) has seen international mobilization and great media attention.




Gathered in the center of Amman, the voices of hundreds rang out the lyrics of Palestinian national singers, Fairuz and Marcel Khalife, during a vigil in solidarity with events and demonstrations in Palestine against the Apartheid Wall. Banners reading "Tear Down the Illegal Apartheid Wall", "Stop the Genocide" or "Stop the Occupation" stretched around the crowd of some 450 people; people from all over Jordan gathered for the event, including individuals from unions, political parties, organizations, the universities and refugee camps.




Gathered in the center of Amman, the voices of hundreds rang out the lyrics of Palestinian national singers, Fairuz and Marcel Khalife, during a vigil in solidarity with events and demonstrations in Palestine against the Apartheid Wall. Banners reading "Tear Down the Illegal Apartheid Wall", "Stop the Genocide" or "Stop the Occupation" stretched around the crowd of some 450 people; people from all over Jordan gathered for the event, including individuals from unions, political parties, organizations, the universities and refugee camps.




Gathered in the center of Amman, the voices of hundreds rang out the lyrics of Palestinian national singers, Fairuz and Marcel Khalife, during a vigil in solidarity with events and demonstrations in Palestine against the Apartheid Wall. Banners reading "Tear Down the Illegal Apartheid Wall", "Stop the Genocide" or "Stop the Occupation" stretched around the crowd of some 450 people; people from all over Jordan gathered for the event, including individuals from unions, political parties, organizations, the universities and refugee camps.




Gathered in the center of Amman, the voices of hundreds rang out the lyrics of Palestinian national singers, Fairuz and Marcel Khalife, during a vigil in solidarity with events and demonstrations in Palestine against the Apartheid Wall. Banners reading "Tear Down the Illegal Apartheid Wall", "Stop the Genocide" or "Stop the Occupation" stretched around the crowd of some 450 people; people from all over Jordan gathered for the event, including individuals from unions, political parties, organizations, the universities and refugee camps.




***image1***As the Wall continues unhindered throughout the West Bank, and Gaza, Palestinians persist in their resistance to the Wall and the destruction and confiscation of their lands due to the building of the Apartheid Wall, which began in June 2002.

***image1***As the Wall continues unhindered throughout the West Bank, and Gaza, Palestinians persist in their resistance to the Wall and the destruction and confiscation of their lands due to the building of the Apartheid Wall, which began in June 2002.

***image1***As the Wall continues unhindered throughout the West Bank, and Gaza, Palestinians persist in their resistance to the Wall and the destruction and confiscation of their lands due to the building of the Apartheid Wall, which began in June 2002.

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