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Arab-Colombian pop diva Shakira, who courageously protested Israel's Lebanon aggression in 2006, now served as a "goodwill ambassador" at the Israeli President's Conference—in defiance of an appeal by sanctions advocates. 

Egypt's Bedouin, who say they are treated as second class citizens in their Sinai desert homeland, are starting to organize for equal rights. They have long been stigmatized as having collaborated with the Israeli occupation in 1967.

Avraham Zecchillo, who returned from Israel to his native Puglia to reopen the 750-year-old synagogue in the port city of Trani after it had been closed for centuries, died on June 10. 

A court in St. Petersburg, Russia, sent two members of a neo-Nazi group behind bars for life for the murder of several African immigrants, North Caucasians and anti-fascist activists in St. Petersburg and Moscow over the past several years.

Dozens of armed Israeli settlers attacked residents of Qusra village in the northern West Bank, as Israeli troops broke up a an anti-settlement rally in Iraq Burin and conducted raids across the occupied territory.

Jello Biafra, legendary lead singer of the Dead Kennadys, is refusing to cancel a scheduled gig in Tel Aviv, instead offering to "debate" the issue with sanctions advocates.

The mosque in the village of Maghayer near Ramallah suffered damage and threatening graffiti in a pre-dawn vandal attack—with scrawled slogans calling it a "price tag" by Israeli settlers.