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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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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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