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  Corrie ten Boom -'The Secret Room'. True Holocaust war story from Nazi occupation of Holland
Corrie was able to rescue many Jews from certain death at the hands of the Nazi SS during the Holocaust.
Corrie was not allowed to visit her sister, but each day went to look at her through one of the hospital windows.
Corrie was taken to a prison at Scheveningen, near The Hague, along with Betsie and Willem.
www.soon.org.uk /true_stories/holocaust.htm   (6549 words)

 Corrie - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Due to the bowl shape of the corrie, water often gathers in corries forming a small loch known as a corrie lochan or tarn.
The corrie is geologically similar to the French cirque.
However, where a corrie is an almost complete bowl beyond which the hill generally slopes quite steeply away, a cirque can also be found at the head of a deep, wide U-shaped valley with a relatively flat floor.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Corrie   (313 words)

 LA Times article on Rachel Corrie's Murder : LA IMC
Standing in the path of an approaching military bulldozer, Corrie lost her footing as it drew close and was first hit by a massive load of sand and debris being pushed ahead by its blade, then struck by the blade itself, witnesses said.
Corrie was dead of massive head and chest injuries by the time she arrived at nearby Najar hospital in Rafah, said the hospital's director, Dr. Ali Moussa.
Corrie, a student of international politics and art, was considered rare among the student body in that she had grown up in Olympia and bridged the divide between lifelong residents and a transient student population.
la.indymedia.org /news/2003/03/36719.php   (1711 words)

 Coronation Street - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Coronation Street (commonly nicknamed "Corrie" and "the Street") is set in a fictional street in the fictional industrial town of 'Weatherfield' which is based on Salford, now part of Greater Manchester.
The programme is currently shown in five episodes on four evenings a week on British television: on Mondays at 19.30 and 20.30 (with the current affairs programme Tonight with Trevor MacDonald in between the two episodes), and at 19.30 on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Classic Corrie episodes aired on Granada Plus until that channel was closed in November 2004 starting from April 1976, and had reached January 1994 by the time of the channel's closure.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Coronation_Street   (5190 words)

 Corrie Ten Boom   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Corrie’s parents taught their family that Jesus would never turn anyone away, and neither would they; so the ten Boom home was always a haven for children and adults alike.
Corrie later learned her father had died only 10 days after his arrest.
Corrie went to be with the Lord in 1987, having spent the rest of her days telling the world what she knew by always stressing Whom she knew.
www.mhmin.org /FC/fc-CorrieTenB.htm   (513 words)

 Baird calls for U.S. investigation of Rachel Corrie's death   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Corrie, a 23-year-old activist from Olympia, was crushed to death by an Israeli bulldozer Sunday while protesting the destruction of Palestinian homes in the Rafah refugee camp.
Corrie, a senior at Evergreen State College in Olympia, was part of an international group that went to the Gaza strip to protest the tactics used by the Israeli military in Palestinian refugee camps.
Craig Corrie said he was "terribly afraid for her" because of the violence that has consumed Gaza.
seattlepi.nwsource.com /local/113221_baird19ww.shtml   (781 words)

 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Rachel Corrie
Raised in Olympia, Washington, Corrie was the daughter of Craig Corrie, an insurance executive, and Cindy Corrie, a school volunteer and amateur flautist.
Corrie's death sparked controversy, in part because she was a U.S. citizen and the first Western activist to be killed in the Arab-Israeli conflict, and in part because of the highly politicized nature of the conflict itself.
As of March 15, 2005, Corrie's family planned to file a lawsuit against Caterpillar Inc. alleging liability over the death of Corrie and in connection with the equipment used in the home demolitions, which they say is a violation of international law.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Rachel_Corrie   (2898 words)

 National Day of Remembrance for Rachel Corrie on March 16, 2004  - Palestine Monitor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
One year has passed since Rachel Corrie, a 23 year-old American peace activist, was killed by an Israel Defense Forces (IDF) bulldozer while trying to prevent nonviolently the demolition of a Palestinian house in the Gaza Strip.
Rachel Corrie was an American citizen killed by a foreign army and a U.S. investigation is necessary to determine the circumstances of her death and ensure that this type of incident does not happen again.
Rachel Corrie died protecting the home of a family from being demolished by the army of a foreign military occupation.
www.palestinemonitor.org /Activism/national_day_of_remembrance_for_rachel_corrie.htm   (483 words)

Corrie and "the Beje group" would search for courageous Dutch families who would take in refugees, and much of Corrie's time was spent caring for these people once they were in hiding.
Corrie’s brother Willem, sister Nollie, and nephew Peter were at the house that day, and were also taken to prison.
Corrie was knighted by the Queen of Holland.
www.corrietenboom.com /history.htm   (990 words)

 Rachel Corrie, One Year Later   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Corrie and her ISM comrades wanted to help protect the Gaza tunnels, and to protect the "right" of Palestinians to continue to mass murder Israeli civilians.
The simple fact of the matter was that Corrie had figured the Israeli bulldozer driver could be cowed into backing off if he saw her blocking his access to the terrorist house, and she probably even figured the operator correctly, except he did not see her from his limited-visibility window on the rig.
Corrie's own parents have gone on their own revenge-jihad against Israel, touring the world to fan the demonization of Israel, and representing daughter Rachel as a "victim of Israel's illegal occupation."
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-news/1116580/posts   (2285 words)

 Shark Blog: The Prime of Miss Rachel Corrie
Rachel Corrie sent her parents e-mail updates that hinted at the danger she faced, causing them to worry that the U.S. government was not doing enough to protect American citizens.
Evergreen professor Anne Fischel, who taught political economics to Corrie, said she was struggling to accept that a woman so devoted to peace had died such a violent, senseless death.
Corrie stated that she was sometimes able to stop the bulldozers long enough to allow the family to get their furniture out, and that she was getting the word out about the terrible occupation.
www.usefulwork.com /shark/archives/000536.html   (5270 words)

 FrontPage magazine.com :: Rachel Corrie, One Year Later by Steven Plaut   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Rachel Corrie put herself in a position where the bulldozer driver could not see her, and she was dragged under the heavy machine.
The simple fact of the matter was that Corrie had figured the Israeli bulldozer driver could be cowed into backing off if he saw her blocking his access to the terrorist house; she probably figured correctly, except that he did not see her from his limited-visibility window in the rig.
The most lasting images of Corrie was of her face contorted with rage and as she burned an American flag.
www.frontpagemag.com /Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=12919   (1690 words)

 International Activism: “My Name is Rachel Corrie”
THE ACCOUNT of Rachel Corrie, the 23-year-old American peace activist killed by an Israeli bulldozer as she tried to prevent the flattening of Palestinian homes in the Gaza Strip, has received a bout of mainstream publicity thanks to a new play about her life currently showing in London’s West End.
Corrie certainly is concerned more than most by the world’s injustices, but she also has the obsessions one would expect of others her age—she loves Dali and Zelda Fitzgerald, has contempt for her ex-boyfriend and disapproves of her “Economics-major-high achiever-khaki-and-high-heels-Yalie corporate sister.”
In one of her e-mails to her daughter Corrie’s mother wrote “Palestinians have really been invisible to me.” The same is true for many Britons—but Corrie’s death and the play “My Name is Rachel Corrie” have gone some way in changing that.
www.wrmea.com /archives/July_2005/0507080.html   (2626 words)

 Oh, That Liberal Media: Celebrating Rachel Corrie   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The bias on the Corrie story is particularly repugnant when contemplating the recent horrific bus bombing in Israel.
First off, Rachel Corrie's parents lie in this article saying that they were pushed into political activism by the death of their daughter (or mini-terrorist sympathizer), Rachel.
However, I wish to say that whatever bad judgement that Rachel Corrie used, first of all, I wish to say that demonizing her and expressing joy over her unfortunate death is a totally insulting and inappropriate thing to do.
www.thatliberalmedia.com /archives/001661.html   (720 words)

 Corrie Family History 998 - 2002
The CORRIE surname is a territorial one, having been derived from the extensive Corrie lands - some of which are now included in the parish of Hutton & Corrie in Dumfriesshire, Dumfries, Scotland.
The Corries were the hereditary keepers of the castle of Loch Doon in 1306.
Noel Anthony Corrie married Estelle Mian in 1956 in Trinidad & the couple migrated to Venezuela in 1961 (photo).
www.corriebusinessgroup.com /research/corrie.php   (3260 words)

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Rachel Corrie was killed in the Gaza Strip in Palestine on March 16, 2003, trying to prevent the demolition of the home of a Palestinian pharmacist, his wife, and three young children.
The Rachel Corrie Foundation for Peace and Justice was recently established by members of Rachel’s family and community to continue the kind of work that she began and hoped to accomplish.
The Rachel Corrie Foundation for Peace and Justice continues the work that Rachel Corrie began and hoped to accomplish, and carries out that work with her vision, spirit, and creative energy in mind.
www.rachelcorriefoundation.org   (442 words)

 The Weatherfield Recorder
Corrie's Blanche Hunt was seen downing six gins while Emily Bishop showed she can still keep up the pace with five sherries.
Corrie's scripted different endings in the past as in the case of Deidre in court but have never gone so far as actually filming them before.
Corrie's thrilling scene centred around Mike's illegitimate son Mark Redman, played by Paul Fox, springing the shocking surprise that he had been sleeping with the bride-to-be, Linda Sykes, played so brilliantly by Jacqueline Pirie.
www.corrie.net /kabin/recorder.html   (12821 words)

 Corrie: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Geography is the scientific study of the locational and spatial variation in both physical and human phenomena on earth....
Two corries formed close to each other can erode the separating rock until it forms a knife-edged ridge known as an arete arete (landform) quick summary:
When three or more corries are formed around the summit of a mountain, EHandler: no quick summary.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/c/co/corrie.htm   (997 words)

 MIFTAH--A Tribute to Rachel Corrie
Rachel Corrie stands in front of an Israeli army bulldozer wearing an orange jacket so that she can be easily identified and seen.
Rachel Corrie uses a loudspeaker as she stands between an Israeli bulldozer and a Palestinian physician's house in the southern Gaza town of Rafah.
Alice, a friend of Rachel Corrie, holds her friend's passport as she break down upon hearing the news of Rachel's death at Najar hospital.
www.miftah.org /Display.cfm?DocId=1866&CategoryId=23   (561 words)

 Israelis cleared in activist Corrie's death
THE AP Rachel Corrie, 23, of Olympia, a member of the International Solidarity Movement, is pictured in front of an approaching Israeli bulldozer.
Other members of her group, the Palestinian-led International Solidarity Movement, and other witnesses said Corrie stood 100 feet in front of the bulldozer and was in the driver's sight as he moved closer.
"Rachel Corrie was injured as a result of earth and building material falling on her when she tried to climb on a pile of earth while work was being carried out by an armored Israel defense forces bulldozer," the army said in a statement.
seattlepi.nwsource.com /local/128478_corrie27.html   (708 words)

 Rachel Corrie, Continued
At the time of Corrie's death (5pm), Smith describes Corrie as "sitting, with arms waving" (no megaphone), and another colleague holding the megaphone from a distance.
Thus, the AP photo and caption fails to note the two most essential factors in determining visibility or lack thereof: 1) Corrie was no longer standing, but had changed to a sitting position, and 2) she was no longer in possession of attention-grabbing megaphone.
When publishing such a photo, AP is obligated to explain details of chronology; in the absence of any information, readers presume that since the bulldozer appears 8-10 feet away from Corrie, the photographer must have snapped the picture moments before the bulldozer hit her.
www.honestreporting.com /articles/critiques/Rachel_Corrie3_Continued.asp   (1085 words)

 Rachel Corrie   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The death of Rachel Corrie, and the response that her case has - and has not - received, reveal several disturbing, indeed immoral and criminal, truths.
Even back then when she was running around half-crazed and just seemed like any young girl who didn't know what she wanted to do with her life, she was still volunteering her time and really involved with social issues, it seemed, I don't know, I was mostly just interested in her romantically.
The J Man: People who know of Corrie only through the events of her death might assume she was a *fanatic radical* who lived and breathed political activism 24 hours a day.
hometown.aol.com /thejman99/corrie.html   (1501 words)

 Gallery - Corrie ten Boom Museum - Photos
The Corrie ten Boom Museum is located in Haarlem, Holland.
Corrie credited her family's strong Christian faith as the motivation for their rescue efforts.
A sign on the side of the museum recounts the fate of Corrie's family after the home was raided by the Nazis and the family members arrested.
fcit.coedu.usf.edu /holocaust/resource/gallery/CTBOOM.htm   (325 words)

 Photo story: Israeli bulldozer driver murders American peace activist
On 16 March 2003 in Rafah, occupied Gaza, 23-year-old American peace activist Rachel Corrie from Olympia, Washington, was murdered by an Israeli bulldozer driver.
Rachel Corrie lies on the ground fatally injured by the Israeli bulldozer, Rafah, Occupied Gaza, 16 March 2003.
In addition to the killing of Rachel Corrie by the bulldozer driver, Israeli troops have shot and killed several other internationals in different incidents during the Intifada: German doctor Harald Fischer, Italian cameraman Rafaeli Ciriello, and British United Nations worker Iain Hook.
www.ccmep.org /2003_articles/Palestine/031603_photo_story.htm   (1239 words)

 ei: CORRIE, Rachel -- Peace Activist
Rachel Corrie was a 23-year-old American peace activist from Olympia, Washington, who was crushed to death by an Israeli bulldozer on 16 March 2003, while undertaking nonviolent direct action to protect the home of a a Palestinian doctor, his wife, and three children from demolition.
On 16 March 2003, Photo story: Israeli bulldozer driver murders American peace activist, a report about the killing of Rachel Corrie was progressively published by EI founders Nigel Parry and Arjan El Fassed, as details of the events unfolded.
The life and circumstances of the death of Rachel Corrie became a huge international news story and continue to evoke an enormous amount of interest around the world.
electronicintifada.net /bytopic/people/8.shtml   (660 words)

 Rachel Corrie
Rachel Corrie, a peace activist that died bravely for her beliefs.
On the killing of Rachel Corrie and its aftermath
The Investigate the Tragic Death of Rachel Corrie Petition
www.wdirewolff.com /rachel_corrie.htm   (236 words)

The paper says that Corrie bosses were stunned by Bradley’s shock decision to leave the soap and a Corrie source said: “It was a big shock”.
Corrie’s Rupert Hill (the lovely Jamie Baldwin), has teamed up with Adam Woodyatt, who plays Ian Beale in rival soap EastEnders for a charity cycle ride.
Corrie might not have won the show on the quantity of awards handed out but last night's telly highlights shows that Corrie remains far ahead of the soap game in terms of the quality of its cast.
www.corrieblog.tv   (2449 words)

 Rachel Corrie Memorial Website
Rachel Corrie: Answers needed Seattlepi.com Monday, August 15, 2005 Hurndall's shooter, ex-sergeant Taysir Hayb, is now the first Israeli soldier to be convicted of manslaughter since the start of the intifada five years ago.
Silencing Rachel Corrie speech given by Elizabeth Corrie, Rachel Corrie's cousin, at a forum in Atlanta held on September 22.
Rachel Corrie was killed when an Israeli Army bulldozer crushed her during an operation in March of this year.
www.criticalconcern.com /rachelcorrie.html   (3078 words)

 A Tribute to Corrie ten Boom… the first woman watch and clockmaker in the Netherlands
Corrie ten Boom accompanied by Pam Rosewell, at her home in Orange, California, shortly before she died.
Anneke and I visited with Corrie in her garden at her home in Haarlem, Netherlands on one of our trips back to the farm.
Be sure to visit “Corrie’s Corner” at As Time Goes By for memorabilia of the life of Corrie ten Boom.
www.metrocast.net /~timegoes/corrietenboom.htm   (519 words)

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