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Photo story: Prisoner solidarity protest in village of Bil’in

13th June 2014 | International Solidarity Movement, Ramallah team | Bil’in, Occupied Palestine

Today, Bil’in held its weekly protest in solidarity with the Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike. As part of the protest, and in support of the current situation in Brazil, due to the football world cup, some of the protesters dressed as prisoners and decided to hold a game of football, using the apartheid wall as the goal. The Israeli army then shot large amounts of tear gas canisters and rubber-coated steel bullets, trying to prevent the “prisoners” from playing the game of football.

Three journalists were injured today, two by tear gas canisters and one by a rubber-coated steel bullet. Last week at the Bil’in demonstration, Israeli soldiers attacked one journalist and stole his camera, another journalist also had his camera confiscated by Israeli forces.

Protesters gather as demonstration begins (photo by ISM).

Protesters gather as demonstration begins (photo by ISM).

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Photo by ISM

Photo by ISM

Photo by ISM

Photo by ISM

Photo by ISM

The football match begins (photo by ISM).

The football match begins (photo by ISM).

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Photo by ISM

Photo by ISM

Photo by ISM

Photo by ISM

Photo by ISM

Photo by ISM

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Photographer was injured after being shot with a tear gas grenade (photo by ISM).

Photographer was injured after being shot with a tear gas grenade (photo by ISM).

Photo by ISM

Photo by ISM

Photo by ISM

Photo by ISM