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Fencing match

Avi Issacharoff | Ha’aretz 1 January 2010 BIL’IN-NA’ALIN – Friday, 11 A.M. There is another hour until the onset of the weekly ritual. The participants are in face-off mode. On the “Israeli” side of the fence, south of the village ...

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Free Abdallah Abu Rahmah

Popular Struggle Coordination Committee On the night of International Human Right Day, Thursday December 10th, at 2am, Abdallah Abu Rahmah was arrested from his home in the West Bank city of Ramallah. Seven military jeeps surrounded his house, and Israeli ...

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Bil’in organizer Abdallah Abu Rahmah remanded until the end of legal proceedings

Popular Struggle Coordination Committee 10 January 2010 For immediate release: Abdallah Abu Rahmah, coordinator of the Bil’in Popular Committee Against the Wall, was remanded until the end of legal proceedings today in an Israeli military court. Abu Rahmah is charged ...

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Your Palestinian Gandhis exist… in graves and prisons

Alison Weir | Counterpunch 8 January 2010 Dear Bono, In your recent column in the New York Times, “Ten for the Next Ten,” you wrote: “I’ll place my hopes on the possibility — however remote at the moment — that…people ...

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A message of non-violent resistance from within Israeli prison

Majida Abu Rahmah | The Huffington Post 9 January 2010 On Tuesday, January 5, I attended the trial of my husband Abdallah Abu Rahmah in an Israeli military detention camp. Ofer Military Base is a dark and dehumanizing place, but ...

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Three injuries at weekly demonstration in Bil’in

8 January 2010 Three residents were injured today in Bil’in along with dozens who suffered gas inhalation in a protest against the Wall and settlement building. The demonstration was called by the Popular Committee Against the Wall in Bil’in and ...

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Abdallah Abu Rahmah: No army, no prison and no wall can stop us

Free Abdallah Abu Rahmah January 6, 2010 To all our friends, I mark the beginning of the new decade imprisoned in a military detention camp. Nevertheless, from within the occupation′s holding cell I meet the New Year with determination and ...

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My Husband: Jailed for Protesting Israel’s Wall

Majida Abu Rahmah | Huffington Post 4 January 2010 On International Human Rights Day in last year, my husband Abdallah Abu Rahmah was in Berlin receiving a medal from the World Association for Human Rights. This year on the same ...

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Two young men from Bil’in arrested in order to testify against Popular Committee member still held by Israeli military

3 January 2010 For immediate release: Hamouda Imad Yassin (16) and Ibrahim Khalil Yassin (16), two young men from Bil’in, who were arrested on 29 December 2009 during a night raid on the West Bank village, are still being held ...

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Bil’in demonstrators call for the end of the Siege of Gaza

Bil’in Popular Committee Against the Wall and Settlements 1 January 2010 Residents of Bil’in gathered today after the noon prayers to demonstrate against the Israeli occupation and the Apartheid Wall on to commemorate the first anniversary of the brutal Israeli ...

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