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Three shot with live ammunition during Nabi Saleh protest

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22nd November 2014 | International Solidarity Movement, Ramallah team | Nabi Saleh, Occupied Palestine Israeli forces shot and injured three Palestinians participating in a weekly Friday demonstration in the village of Nabi Saleh.  Soldiers fired .22 caliber bullets, a form of live ammunition ...

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Video: Israeli soldiers celebrate shooting an 18-year-old

Photo by ISM

12th August 2014 | International Solidarity Movement | Hebron, Occupied Palestine On August 9th in Hebron, Israeli soldiers celebrated shooting an 18-year-old Palestinian youth in the leg with live ammunition. The Canadian volunteer, Vern, who witnessed the soldier firing, stated, “After the ...

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Journal: Clashes in Hebron

Photo by Vern, ISM volunteer

9th August 2014 | International Solidarity Movement, Vern | Hebron, Occupied Palestine As ISM volunteers were heading back from al-Masara village yesterday, we were dropped at off at Bab Al-Zawiye, the city center of Hebron. We observed a clash between Palestinian youths and ...

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10-year-old child shot in chest with live ammunition

6th August 2014 | International Solidarity Movement, Khalil team | Hebron, Occupied Palestine    In al-Khalil (Hebron) on Sunday August 3rd, a 10-year-old Palestinian boy was walking to his home near the illegal settlement of Kiryat Arba when the Israeli military shot him ...

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Live ammo used as ‘crowd dispersal’

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31st July 2014 | International Solidarity Movement, Vern | Occupied Palestine On July 29th, Palestinian activists from the Human Rights Defenders Group, as well as several ISM volunteers, went to the Almezan Hospital in Hebron, and met some of the Palestinians recently shot ...

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Walking to Qalandia

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25th July 2014 | International Solidarity Movement | Qalandia, Occupied Palestine We began walking in a crowd, full of men, women, and children. I couldn’t began to estimate how many people were gathered, at least 10,000. The mood was cheerful, people ...

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