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PEN International Sep 20
We're delighted that Dareen Tatour has been freed.
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Adalah-NY Sep 20
Palestinian poet has finally been released from an Israeli prison! She was convicted of ... yes ... writing a poem.
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Adalah-NY Jun 14
Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour is expected to be sentenced on June 24 for a poem & 2 facebook posts, after 32 months of prison & house arrest. Israeli authorities recommend that she be jailed for 15 -26 months.
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Adalah-NY Apr 26
In one week, on May 3, Israel will announce a verdict in the trial of Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour, held in prison or under house arrest for 2.5 years for a poem & 2 FB posts. 100s of writers call for Dareen's release
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CODEPINK Aug 2
Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour, is going to prison after nearly 3 years under house arrest. , unless you are Palestinian.... As Dareen's poem says, "resist, my people, resist them" ✊🏽
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JVP - New York City 19 Sep 17
Sending love & strength to Dareen Tatour, imprisoned for a poem.
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Nancy Kricorian Apr 19
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brianmulligan 11 Oct 16
Israel detains Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour 2 silence her voice but it lives in 1000's who read her poems
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JewishVoiceForPeace Jul 31
Palestinian poet , is going to prison after nearly 3 years under house arrest. but in Israel they will put you in prison for it. via
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Adalah-NY Apr 26
Replying to @AdalahNY
Chapters from around the world of the literary/free expression org PEN are calling for freedom for Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour. On May 3 an Israeli judge will announce a verdict in her case, after 2.5 years under prison & house arrest
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CiLuna 19 Mar 16
but many poets are punished for their poems Read & share stories
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Palestine is not a slogan May 3
As Tamimi said Under occupation there is no justice. The Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour was convicted by Israel for writing a poem. A threat to the state of Israel
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Danielle Ravitzki Apr 19
An Israeli judge today delayed the announcement of the verdict in Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour's case from April 24 to May 3, prolonging Dareen's trial, & extending her 2.5 years of imprisonment & house arrest over a poem & 2 Facebook posts
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Adalah-NY Sep 27
Panelists, organizers & attendees at Free (Speech) Palestine together called on Israel to free poet Dareen Tatour
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Jan Siegel May 1
Hooray hooray the first of May! Outdoor fucking starts today!
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CiLuna 24 Dec 15
Replying to @CiLuna27
Tomorrow is his 1,500 day in prison. Mohammed Al-Ajami's crime? !
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Chicago JVP 6 Sep 16
Thank you to for speaking loud and clear
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#BlackLivesMatter 16 Nov 16
Replying to @usernm
She can work "under the condition she is supervised by her boss." Because otherwise she might write poems or check FB?
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Rebecca Vilkomerson Jul 31
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Yoav Haifawi 16 Nov 16
Everybody is already here in the Nazareth court to hear testimony in her trial.
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