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Military judge orders to keep Bil’in organizer jailed

22 November 2010 | Popular Struggle Coordination Committee Abdallah Abu Rahmah Abdallah Abu Rahmah was scheduled to be released from prison last Thursday, after having served the one-year prison term he was sentenced to. He remains in jail after the ...

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Eid without a father and husband

16 November 2010 | Evie Soli, International Solidarity Movement An interview with the wives of Abdallah and Adeeb Abu Rahma Al Eid is a holy time of the year for Muslims. Families gather and visit each other over the four ...

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Civil resistance to bring down the Walls

1 November 2010 | Ayed Morrar, Huffington Post Budrus, a documentary film now debuting across the US, tells the story of a successful protest campaign by unarmed Palestinian civilians against Israel’s military occupation in my small West Bank village. Our ...

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Bil’in organizer sentenced to 18 months

Adeeb Abu Rahmah sentenced to 18 months

21 October 2010 | Popular Struggle Coordination Committee Adeeb Abu Rahmah, a protest leader from Bil’in, was sentenced to 18 months imprisonment by the Military Court of Appeals, for his involvement in organizing demonstrations. The decision dramatically aggravates the one-year ...

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Bil’in’s Abdallah Abu Rahmah sentenced to a year in prison

11 October 2010 | Popular Struggle Coordination Committee Bil’in protest organizer Abdallah Abu Rahmah was sentenced to 12 months imprisonment today, for his involvement in his village’s unarmed struggle against the wall. Abdallah Abu Rahmah was sentenced today to 12 ...

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Action Alert: We stand with Abdallah Abu Rahmah

Jewish Voice for Peace 4 October 2010 Seized in the night. Tortured. Held without trial, then tried in a military court where you have no rights; convicted on the coerced confessions of minors, you are facing a sentence of years ...

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Why Israel imprisoned my best friend

2 September 2010 | Mohammed Khatib, The Electronic Intifada When I was a boy I was still allowed to travel in Israel. I went to the beach and swam in the sea, something that most Palestinian children living in the ...

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