Author Archives: Dooler Campbell

About Dooler Campbell

Dooler Campbell is a graduate student at SIT (School for International Training) in Brattleboro, VT, working on a Masters in Social Justice in Intercultural Relations.

Israel violates ceasefire, attacks Gaza fishermen — who is holding Israel accountable?

Since the ceasefire was put into effect on Thursday, 22 November 2012, 29 fishermen have been arrested while out at sea, including 14 fisherman arrested on Saturday, 1 December 2012.

Posted in Gaza, Israel/Palestine, Occupation, On the ground reports | 8 Comments

24 Hours in Israeli Custody: The arrest of an American activist in Palestine

My name is Dooler Campbell, and I am a U.S. citizen. I was arrested recently from a non-violent demonstration in the West Bank, and was held in an Israeli prison, where I was shackled hand and feet, strip-searched, given a pregnancy test without consent, held overnight with sleep-deprivation tactics, and given only a few pieces of stale white bread to eat over a period of over 24 hours. This is my full account of what happened.

Posted in Activism, Israel/Palestine, Israeli Government, Occupation, On the ground reports, Reports/Video, Settlers/Colonists | Comments Off