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Palestine mourns the first martyrs to be killed during a demonstration against the Apartheid Wall. In a single day Occupation forces killed three men in Biddu village, who were attempting to protect their lands from destruction and annexation by the Wall, currently being built in southwest Ramallah and northwest Jerusalem. Israel’s shoot-to-kill policy comes on the heels of Israel's claims of "dismantlment," and "adjustment" of the Wall's path, along with the completion of Oral Arguments in the case against the Wall at the ICJ in The Hague.




Palestine mourns the first martyrs to be killed during a demonstration against the Apartheid Wall. In a single day Occupation forces killed three men in Biddu village, who were attempting to protect their lands from destruction and annexation by the Wall, currently being built in southwest Ramallah and northwest Jerusalem. Israel’s shoot-to-kill policy comes on the heels of Israel's claims of "dismantlment," and "adjustment" of the Wall's path, along with the completion of Oral Arguments in the case against the Wall at the ICJ in The Hague.




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.




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