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A decade of civil disobedience in my West Bank village

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2nd March | Abdallah Abu Rahma – originally posted on Haaretz | Bil’in, Occupied Palestine On February 20, 2005, we, residents of the West Bank Palestinian village of Bil’in, set forth, accompanied by supporters from around the world, and marched to the west side of the ...

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Settlers hit activists at peaceful roadblock protests in the West Bank

Settlers hit activists at peaceful roadblock protests in the West Bank

by Davey Brandi and Ellie 3 December 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank On two different occasions while Palestinians, accompanied by international activists, peacefully blocked roads leading to illegal settlements to demonstrate against the occupation and settlements, settlers purposefully ...

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A melancholy Martin Luther King Day in Bil’in

17 January 2010 | The Huffington Post, Majida Abu Rahmah My family endured another heartbreaking setback last Tuesday in the case of my husband, Abdallah Abu Rahmah. Although Abdallah’s prison sentence ended November 18th, the Israeli Military Court of Appeals ...

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