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Rachel Corrie's family bring civil suit over her murder in Gaza http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_qUFDMUpk9jE/ScCbQnSD-RI/AAAAAAAAQpE/fDgZcvepqR4/s400/1237315008rachel_corrie_smiles.jpg Parents want case to highlight events that led to American activist's death under Israeli army bulldozer Peace activist Rachel Corrie died while protesting in front of a bulldozer trying to destroy a Palestinian home in Rafah in March 2003. The family of the American activist Rachel Corrie, maxaquin online review who was killed by an Israeli army bulldozer in Gaza seven years ago, maxaquin online review is to bring a civil suit over her death against the Israeli defence ministry. http://anikakhan.files.wordpress.com/2008/07/rachel-corrie-flag-shrouded.jpgThe case, maxaquin online review which begins on 10 March in Haifa, maxaquin online review northern Israel, maxaquin online review is seen by her parents as an opportunity to put on public record the events that led to their daughter's death in March 2003. Maxaquin online review Four key witnesses – three Britons and an American – who were at the scene in Rafah when Corrie was killed will give evidence, maxaquin online review according the family lawyer, maxaquin online review Hussein Abu Hussein. The four were all with the International Solidarity Movement, maxaquin online review the activist group to which Corrie belonged. Maxaquin online review They have since been denied entry to Israel, maxaquin online review and the group's offices in Ramallah have been raided several times in recent weeks by the Israeli military. Now, maxaquin online review under apparent US pressure, maxaquin online review the Israeli government has agreed to allow them entry so they can testify. Maxaquin online review Corrie's parents, maxaquin online review Cindy and Craig, maxaquin online review will also fly to Israel for the hearing. A Palestinian doctor from Gaza, maxaquin online review Ahmed Abu Nakira, maxaquin online review who treated Corrie after she was injured and later confirmed her death, maxaquin online review has not been given permission by the Israeli authorities to leave Gaza to attend. Abu Hussein, maxaquin online review a leading human rights lawyer in Israel, maxaquin online review said there was evidence from witnesses that soldiers saw Corrie at the scene, maxaquin online review with other activists, maxaquin online review well before the incident and could have arrested or removed her from the area before there was any risk of her being killed. "After her death the military began an investigation but unfortunately, maxaquin online review as in most of these cases, maxaquin online review it found the activity of the army was legal and there was no intentional killing, maxaquin online review" he said. Maxaquin online review "We would like the court to decide her killing was due to wrong-doing or was intentional." If the Israeli state is found responsible, maxaquin online review the family will press for damages. Corrie, maxaquin online review who was born in Olympia, maxaquin online review Washington, maxaquin online review travelled to Gaza to act as a human shield at a moment of intense conflict between the Israeli military and the Palestinians. Maxaquin online review On the day she died, maxaquin online review when she was 23, maxaquin online review she was dressed in a fluorescent orange vest and was trying to stop the demolition of a Palestinian home. Maxaquin online review She was crushed under a military Caterpillar bulldozer and died shortly afterwards. A month after her death the Israeli military said an investigation had determined its troops were not to blame and said the driver of the bulldozer had not seen her and did not intentionally run her over. Maxaquin online review Instead, maxaquin online review it accused her and the International Solidarity Movement of behaviour that was "illegal, maxaquin online review irresponsible and dangerous." The army report, maxaquin online review obtained by the Guardian in April 2003, maxaquin online review said she "was struck as she stood behind a mound of earth that was created by an engineering vehicle operating in the area and she was hidden from the view of the vehicle's operator who continued with his work. Maxaquin online review Corrie was struck by dirt and a slab of concrete resulting in her death." Witnesses presented a strikingly different version of events. Maxaquin online review Tom Dale, maxaquin online review a British activist who was 10m away when Corrie was killed, maxaquin online review wrote an account of the incident two days later. He described how she first knelt in the path of an approaching bulldozer and then stood as it reached her. 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Maxaquin online review Her diaries were later turned into a play, maxaquin online review My Name is Rachel Corrie, maxaquin online review which has toured internationally, maxaquin online review including to Israel and the West Bank. Other foreigners killed by Israeli forces Iain Hook, maxaquin online review 54, maxaquin online review a British UN official, maxaquin online review was shot dead by an Israeli army sniper in Jenin in November 2002. Maxaquin online review A British inquest found he had been unlawfully killed. Maxaquin online review The Israeli government paid an undisclosed sum in compensation to Hook's family. Tom Hurndall, maxaquin online review a 22-year-old British photography student, maxaquin online review was shot in the head in Rafah, maxaquin online review Gaza, maxaquin online review in April 2003 while helping to pull Palestinian children to safety. Maxaquin online review In August 2005 an Israeli soldier was sentenced to eight years for manslaughter. 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