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“My land is like my identity…I will always replant my trees” – farmer resists as 500 olive trees uprooted in Beit Dajan

24th April 2013 | International Solidarity Movement, Beit Dajan, Occupied Palestine By Team Nablus On the 22nd April 2013, 500 trees belonging to Beit Dajan villager Jamal Kanaan were uprooted by the Israeli military; making a total of six times ...

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Beit Dajan gears up for continued resistance

by Robin 15 March 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank On the 14th of March 2012 two internationals from ISM went to Beit Dajan to talk about the recent upstart of demonstrations in the village. We met with Naser ...

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After much injustice, Beit Dajan debuts its peaceful resistance

A Palestinian protester argues with an Israeli soldier during clashes between locals and Israel military, at a protest against the closure and for the removal of a gate at the entrance of Beit Dajan village, that has been shut since 2011, near Nablus.  | Photo courtesy of  Alaa Badarneh / EPA

by Jonas Weber 9 March 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank Several hundred villagers gathered today in Beit Dajan to the first ever demonstration against the roadblock that has been obstructing access to the village since the beginning of the second ...

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