Sari Bashi

Executive Director, GISHA

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Executive Director of GISHA, an Israeli human rights organization, protecting the right to freedom of movement in the Palestinian territories

Sari Bashi on KCRW

President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu  met at the White House  yesterday.

Back on Track: Israel and the US Mend Ties

President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu met at the White House yesterday.

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President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu  met at the White House  yesterday.

Back on Track: Israel and the US Mend Their Ties

President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu met at the White House yesterday.

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Israel is issuing no apologies for the botched assault on the flotilla of ships trying to break its blockade of Gaza.

Israel Faces Flotilla Raid Fallout

Israel is issuing no apologies for the botched assault on the flotilla of ships trying to break its blockade of Gaza.

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