Palestinians campaign to re-open Shuhada Street

April 2014
Green Left Weekly;4/2/2014, Issue 1003, p20
The article focuses on Open Shuhada Street Campaign at Shuhada Street in the Palestinian town of Hebron, as of April 2014. The topics discussed include massacre of 29 Palestinians by Zionist settler Baruch Goldstein on February 25, 1994, legal status of Jewish settlement at Hebron, and arrest of five Palestinians during Open Shuhada street protests in Hebron. Also discussed is Open Shuhada Street Campaign aimed at organizing international day of solidarity with Palestinian residents.


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