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Al Ma’asara demonstrates the meaning of peace

by Ramon Garcia 9 March 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank The people of Al Ma’sara gathered after praying time to march to their land, confiscated for the nearby illegal settlement. Approximately 70 internationals were present, most of them ...

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Israel to demolish two houses near Bethlehem

28 January 2012 | WAFA News Agency Israeli forces delivered home demolition notices to two Palestinian homeowners in al-Ma’sara, a village south of Bethlehem, under the pretext that they were built without a permit in an area under full Israel ...

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Al Ma’asara refuses the road to illegal settlement activity

Marching

10 December 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank This weeks’ demonstration in the village of Al-Maasara was attended by approximately forty peaceful protesters with twenty Palestinians and twenty internationals. As always during the protests in Al Ma’asara the protesters were ...

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New Israeli military tactic: Headbutting in Al- Ma’asara

Demonstration at al Ma'sara

by Alistair George 28 October 2011 | International Solidarity Movement, West Bank The Israeli military violently obstructed a peaceful demonstration against the Israeli separation wall in Al-Ma’sara, near Bethlehem, today. Around 25 Palestinians and a similar number of international observers ...

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Interviews from Al Ma’asara resistance

13 June 2011 | Al Masara Resistance Interview with Hasan Brijia, a member of the Popular Struggle Committee I am Hasan, 43 years old and father of 7 children. I currently work in the Ministry against settlements and the Wall, ...

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Israeli forces attack weekly West Bank demonstrations

Nabi Saleh

22 October 2010 | International Solidarity Movement Today in the village of An-Nabi Salah, the weekly non-violent demonstration took place against the illegal settlement Hamish. Unlike other villages taking part in non-violent resistance, many women, young girls and children participate ...

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