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Updated from July 2003, this new map created by the Palestine Land Development Information Systems (PALDIS) for PENGON/Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign shows the Wall’s latest path of devastation and ghettoization of the West Bank. Finalized in November 2003, with further updates in March 2004, this map reveals that if completed in its entirety, nearly 50% of the West Bank population will be affected by the Wall though the loss of their land, imprisonment into ghettos, isolation into de facto annexed areas by Israel.

Israeli officials were badly shaken by the success of two 18-year-old men from Jabaliya refugee camp who exited the Gaza Strip undetected and then penetrated the security of nearby Ashdod's port.



The pair detonated their explosives at separate locations, killing 10 Israeli port workers. One of the men nearly reached his supposed target, a fuel depot, where an explosion could have resulted in far higher casualties.






Israeli officials were badly shaken by the success of two 18-year-old men from Jabaliya refugee camp who exited the Gaza Strip undetected and then penetrated the security of nearby Ashdod's port.



The pair detonated their explosives at separate locations, killing 10 Israeli port workers. One of the men nearly reached his supposed target, a fuel depot, where an explosion could have resulted in far higher casualties.






Israeli officials were badly shaken by the success of two 18-year-old men from Jabaliya refugee camp who exited the Gaza Strip undetected and then penetrated the security of nearby Ashdod's port.



The pair detonated their explosives at separate locations, killing 10 Israeli port workers. One of the men nearly reached his supposed target, a fuel depot, where an explosion could have resulted in far higher casualties.






Every day, Khalid Jarrar goes to tend his cabbage patch in the shadow of an eight-meter high concrete wall in Qalqiliya.



The barrier Israel is building in the West Bank has been cruel to Jarrar. A few months ago, he had 15 dunams of land, with an orchard of citrus trees in addition to the cabbage patches. Now, he is down to three dunams, and has been cut off from his trees and the well that he used to irrigate his land.



An Israeli watchtower overlooks his plot, and Jarrar complains of constant harassment.








Every day, Khalid Jarrar goes to tend his cabbage patch in the shadow of an eight-meter high concrete wall in Qalqiliya.



The barrier Israel is building in the West Bank has been cruel to Jarrar. A few months ago, he had 15 dunams of land, with an orchard of citrus trees in addition to the cabbage patches. Now, he is down to three dunams, and has been cut off from his trees and the well that he used to irrigate his land.



An Israeli watchtower overlooks his plot, and Jarrar complains of constant harassment.








Every day, Khalid Jarrar goes to tend his cabbage patch in the shadow of an eight-meter high concrete wall in Qalqiliya.



The barrier Israel is building in the West Bank has been cruel to Jarrar. A few months ago, he had 15 dunams of land, with an orchard of citrus trees in addition to the cabbage patches. Now, he is down to three dunams, and has been cut off from his trees and the well that he used to irrigate his land.



An Israeli watchtower overlooks his plot, and Jarrar complains of constant harassment.








Every day for the last few weeks Occupation forces have been working to clear the lands northwest of Jerusalem for the Apartheid Wall, and every day the villagers of Beit Duqqu, among many others have stood together on their lands trying to stop the senseless destruction.



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Conclusion of public hearings

Court ready to begin its deliberation




THE HAGUE, 25 February 2004. The public hearings in the case concerning the Legal Consequences of the Construction of a Wall in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (request for advisory opinion) concluded today.






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As part of a mass mobilization throughout the Occupied West Bank and Gaza against the Apartheid Wall on the first day of hearings at the International Court of Justice, residents of Al Eizarya, Sawahre, and Abu Dis demonstrated in front of the Apartheid Wall in support of Palestine at The Hague.





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STOP THE APARTHEID WALL!

23 February, 2004, The Hague




Today the International Court of Justice in The Hague will open the hearings on the illegal apartheid wall on Occupied Palestinian Territory.



The Netherlands Stop the Wall Coalition together with PENGON have organised the following activities:

  • 13.00–14.00hrs: PROTEST GATHERING at "Plein"








  • 14.00hrs: DEMONSTRATIVE MARCH to The Peace Palace


  • 14.30hrs: VIGIL At the Peace Palace






  • As part of a mass mobilization throughout the Occupied West Bank and Gaza against the Apartheid Wall, over 1500 inhabitants of Ramallah and the surrounding villages took to the streets demonstrating in support of Palestine at The Hague.





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    Indymedia.org

    Features on eventsin The Hague, updated regularly with Campaign Information.



    Electronic Intifada



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    "The General Assembly or the Security Council may request the International Court of Justice to give an advisory opinion on any legal question"

    (article 96, Charter of the United Nations)



    "The General Assembly or the Security Council may request the International Court of Justice to give an advisory opinion on any legal question"

    (article 96, Charter of the United Nations)



    "The General Assembly or the Security Council may request the International Court of Justice to give an advisory opinion on any legal question"
    (article 96, Charter of the United Nations)

    The Apartheid Wall, which began being built in the Occupied West Bank in June 2002, is nearly one third complete. It snakes its way deep inside the West Bank, devouring fertile land into de facto Israeli controlled areas, encircling residential areas, ghettoizing and imprisoning the Palestinian population.




    The Apartheid Wall, which began being built in the Occupied West Bank in June 2002, is nearly one third complete. It snakes its way deep inside the West Bank, devouring fertile land into de facto Israeli controlled areas, encircling residential areas, ghettoizing and imprisoning the Palestinian population.




    The Apartheid Wall, which began being built in the Occupied West Bank in June 2002, is nearly one third complete. It snakes its way deep inside the West Bank, devouring fertile land into de facto Israeli controlled areas, encircling residential areas, ghettoizing and imprisoning the Palestinian population.




    The PENGON/Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign Photo Exhibition will be held during the weekend of activities in The Hague. The exhibit is part of the Campaign's photo archive collected from Campaign activists since the Wall's inception.



    Date and Time:

    Starting February 21, 2004

    10:00 - 17:00 hrs



    Location:

    The Free Academy

    Paviljoensgracht 20-24

    2512 BP

    The Hague



    For further information contact:

    tel: +31 6307 52 316

    email: hague@stopthewall.org















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