ISM Media Office
At 2:30 am, two jeeps and 20 soldiers invaded Bil’in, taking photos and walking through the village. They went to a family’s home and asked questions. In addition, they stopped Abdullah, who had gotten up to investigate, and asked him what was going on in Bil’in.
The soldiers also asked the two internationals whether they lived in the village and what organization they were working with. They told Abdullah they knew who he was, but they weren’t going to arrest him.
As of this writing, a jeep has prevented the two internationals and Abdullah from following the soldiers, some of whom are still in the village.