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Day of Rage: commemorating Nakba day in Ni’lin

Protestors in Ni'lin running away from tear gas

15th May 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, Al Khalil Team | Ni’lin, Occupied Palestine On Friday 15th May 2015, hundreds of Palestinians from all over the West Bank traveled to Ni’lin for a mass protest commemorating the 1948 Nakba (‘catastrophe’). The local villagers were ...

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Tear gas and fire threaten Ni’lin demo

Demonstrators facing the Israeli army

04th May 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, Khalil Team | Ni’lin, Occupied Palestine During the weekly Friday demonstration on 1st May, 2015 in the occupied West Bank village of Ni’lin, Israeli occupation forces fired more than two hundred tear gas ...

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Ni’lin filled with tear gas during demonstration against continued loss of land and isolation

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11th April 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, Ramallah Team | Ni’lin, Occupied Palestine Israeli forces began firing tear gas and rubber-coated steel bullets even before Friday’s protest had begun, as the people of Ni’lin were gathering near the local school to begin ...

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Ni’lin demonstrators met with senseless violence

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23th March 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, Ramallah Team | Ni’lin, Occupied Palestine On the 20th of March, during Ni’lin’s weekly Friday demonstration, Israeli occupation forces attacked protestors with about 20 rounds of tear gas canisters shot with the ‘venom’ tear gas launcher ...

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Palestinian protesters honor Tristan Anderson on 6th anniversary of his shooting

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16th March 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, Ramallah Team | Ni’lin, Occupied Palestine During last week’s Friday demonstration in Ni’lin the inhabitants of the village commemorated the anniversary of US activist Tristan Anderson’s shooting during a protest in the village six years ago. At ...

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Violence in Ni’lin village: Repression, tear gas and arrests

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19th January 2015 | International Solidarity Movement, Ramallah team | Ni’lin, Occupied Palestine The soldiers surrounding Ni’lin did not wait; they began firing tear gas as soon as the villagers walked down into their olive groves. Those who had braved the cold, ...

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Trial of American activist maimed by Israeli military to begin

Tristan with his parents, Mike and Nancy Anderson in their home in Grass Valley, California.

5th December 2014 | International Solidarity Movement| Occupied Palestine Tristan Anderson’s civil trial against the Israeli Military will begin on Sunday 7 December at 10:00, Jerusalem District Court. Tristan Anderson was critically injured after being shot in the head with a ...

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Israeli forces shot tear gas and live ammunition inside the village of Ni’lin

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28th September 2014 | International Solidarity Movement | Ni’lin, Occupied Palestine On Friday the 26th of September, Palestinians, Israelis and ISM activists demonstrated against the illegal settlements and apartheid wall that exist on land belonging to the Palestinian village of Ni’lin. The ...

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Tear gas, rubber-coated steel bullets, and arrests

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19th September 2013 | International Solidarity Movement | Occupied Palestine Every week, several villages across the West Bank demonstrate against the Israeli occupation of Palestine. This week, ISM activists attended protests in the villages of Bil’in, Ni’lin, and Nabi Saleh. During the demonstration ...

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Israeli forces shoot 20-year-old with live ammunition during Ni’lin demonstration

A Red Crescent paramedic attends to the injured youth (photo by ISM).

18th July 2014 | International Solidarity Movement, Ramallah | Ni’lin, Occupied Palestine Today at the weekly demonstration in the village of Ni’lin near Ramallah, the Israeli military shot live ammunition at protesters. Palestinians, Israeli activists, and internationals marched through the olive groves belonging to the village, demanding ...

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